Scientific Programme

Plenary Speakers

X-Rays and Neutrons as essential tools for Lithium battery research
Christian Masquelier, Universite de Picardie Jules Verne Amiens, France

Microstrain broadening
Andreas Leineweber, Max Planck Institute Stuttgart, Germany

Non-stoichiometry in correlated oxide materials studied by in situ diffraction methods
Monica Ceretti, Institut Charles Gerhardt, Montpellier, France

From studying the structure and microstructure of crystals formed in nature,
to forming new bio-inspired materials
Boaz Pokroy, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Neutron Diffraction: Current Achievements at a Long Pulse Neutron Source
Denis Kozlenko, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia

Accurate and Reliable Molecular Crystal Structures from XRPD and DFT-D:
State-of-the-art and Future Directions

Jacco van der Streek, University of Copenhagen, Denmark


MS1              Total Scattering Techniques and Disorder

MS2              Ab initio Structure Solutions

MS3              Biological and Molecular Materials

MS4              Combined Methods for Structure Analysis:
                    Electron diffraction, Powder diffraction & Tomography

MS5              Energy Materials

MS6              Progress in instrumentation

MS7              Diffraction line profile analysis, stress, strain and texture

MS8              In situ, in operando studies

MS9              Nanomaterials, surfaces and interfaces

MS10            Neutron Structural and Magnetic Scattering

MS11            Structure and properties of functional materials

MS12            Diffraction under pressure