“Demands of European neutron users in materials science for the instrumentation of the upcoming PIK neutron science centre”

Session 1:Welcome and Introduction
14:00–14:15Martin Müller (HZG, D), Welcome
14:15–14:30Alexander Ioffe (FZJ, D), Introduction to the CREMLIN project
14:30–15:00Sergey Grigoriev (PNPI, RU), The PIK reactor project and the Russian user community
Session 2:Current State in Instrumentation for Materials Science
15:00–15:30Helmut Schober (ILL, F), The instrument suite at the HFR at ILL with a focus on materials science
15:30–16:00Winfried Petry (TU Munich/MLZ, D), The instrument suite at the FRM II at MLZ with a focus on materials science
16:00–16:30Coffee break
16:30–17:00Andreas Schreyer (ESS, SE), Instrumentation for Materials Science with Neutrons*
17:00–17:30Christiane Alba-Simionesco (ENSA, EU), The ENSA view on the demands of European neutron users*
Session 3:Towards European Users’ Demand
17:30–18:00Evgeny Moskvin (PNPI, RU), The planned instrument suite at the PIK reactor
18:00–18:10Andreas Magerl (FAU, D), The “Travelling Seminars” in Russia and Germany
18:20Leave for dinner place
Session 3:Towards European Users’ Demand
09:00–09:30Daniel Chateigner (ENSICAEN, F), Materials Science with neutrons*
09:30–10:00Tobias Panzner (PSI, CH), The Pulse Overlap Time of Flight Diffractometer POLDI – A material science Strain scanner for in-situ uni- and biaxial mechanical testing
10:00–10:30Coffee break
10:30–11:00Roberto Coppola (ENEA, I), Experimental needs for neutron scattering methods in the investigation of advanced engineering materials
11:00–11:30Andreas Meyer (DLR, D), How Neutron Scattering improves the understanding of liquid alloys and their solidification
Session 4:Discussion
11:30–11:40Peter Staron (HZG, D), Summary
11:40–12:50Discussion: Recommendations for the PIK instrumentation
13:00–14:00Valedictory lunch snack

*Tentative title

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