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CPP 2: Focus: Soft Matter and Nanocomposites - New opportunities with advanced neutron sources I
Montag, 16. März 2020, 09:30–13:00, ZEU 222
Neutrons are an essential tool in science and research for probing the structure and dynamics of matter from the mesoscale to the nanoscale and from seconds to nanoseconds. To characterize soft matter nanocomposites, nanoparticles and nanomaterials structure and dynamics of such materials can be studied to probe aspects of safety on health and environment of such new materials. Deuterated molecules allow to highlight polymer interactions or interaction of drugs and peptides. Time resolved measurements can follow the self-assembly of colloids to clusters and nano-sized structures or conformational changes in complex biological macromolecules. Neutron scattering methods are versatile to study such aspects in particular with the advent of the new European Spallation Source and future compact accelerator based neutron sources. The supposed focus session will review the possibilities for experiments with neutrons in soft matter and nanocomposites at current and the status of Research and Development on ESS and compact accelerator driven neutron sources. It will discuss the scientific and technical challenges by this new development in neutron access in the German and European scientific landscape. Organized by: Stephan Förster (FZ Jülich), Thomas Gutberlet (FZ Jülich), Peter Müller-Buschbaum (TU München) and Walter Richtering (RWTH Aachen).
|09:30||CPP 2.1||Hauptvortrag: The Bright Future for Research with Neutrons in Europe — •Thomas Brückel|
|10:00||CPP 2.2||Reducing the recording time of neutron spectroscopy measurements to investigate kinetic processes — •Christian Beck, Marco Grimaldo, Felix Roosen-Runge, Olga Matsarskaia, Frank Schreiber, and Tilo Seydel|
|10:15||CPP 2.3||Low Background Instrumentation for Small-Angle Neutron Scattering — •Sebastian Jaksch|
|10:30||CPP 2.4||Evanescent wave simulations: challenges and opportunities for the interpretation of grazing incidence scattering experiments — •Tetyana Kyrey, Marina Ganeva, Judith Witte, Regine von Klitzing, Stefan Wellert, and Olaf Holderer|
|10:45||CPP 2.5||ESS Testbeamline V20 - Pilot Experiments for Future Neutron Source — •Oliver Löhmann, Peter M. Kadletz, Regine von Klitzing, and Robin Woracek|
|11:00||CPP 2.6||UppCANs: Bringing neutrons to the users — •Maximilian Wolff|
|11:15||15 min. break|
|11:30||CPP 2.7||Hauptvortrag: Connecting dynamics and phase behavior of proteins: The neutron perspective — •Frank Schreiber|
|12:00||CPP 2.8||Protein Denaturing Studied by Neutron Scattering: Static and Dynamic Behaviour — •Olga Matsarskaia, Lena Bühl, Christian Beck, Felix Roosen-Runge, Marco Grimaldo, Ralf Schweins, Fajun Zhang, Tilo Seydel, and Frank Schreiber|
|12:15||CPP 2.9||Hauptvortrag: Antimicrobial peptides, their mechanisms of action and self- assembly revealed by scattering techniques — Josefine Eilsø Nielsen, Nico König, and •Reidar Lund|
|12:45||CPP 2.10||Quantifying Nerve fibers in the Brain Section by Small Angle Scattering — •Santanu Maiti, Henrich Frielinghaus, Martin Dulle, Markus Axer, and Stephan Förster|