Grenoble, 2nd to 4th May 2011
LECTURES WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE ESRF AUDITORIUM
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Successful innovation only starts with an invention or idea. Bringing it to fruition involves a deep understanding of many factors like growth and processing, scalability, manufacturing and machining, aging and shelf life. The unique properties of neutrons and synchrotron X-rays do not stop at simply analysing structure, but contribute to the entire innovation and product development chain, notably in the performance and properties of materials and the effects of processing. Non-destructive characterisation is possible in situ and even in operando, without alteration of the sample, and even from samples buried deep in support structures.
This training course will give industrial scientists and technologists a privileged insight into the opportunities afforded by neutron and synchrotron X-ray beams to supply detailed information on the structure, microstructure and properties of materials.
- Company Research Managers
- Industrial Scientists and Researchers
- Industrial Technologists
- Academic Scientists and Engineers collaborating with industrial partners
Jose Baruchel (ESRF), Andrew Harrison (ILL), Ed Mitchell (ESRF), Thilo Pirling (ILL), Jean-René Regnard (UJF & CEA Grenoble), Xavier Thibault (ILL)
Secretariat: Nadine Petricola (ESRF)
Contact the Organisers of HSC13: N. Petricola, J.Baruchel, A. Harrison, E. Mitchell, T. Pirling, J.R. Regnard, X. Thibault
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