All posters

Poster session 1

P1.1 - Investigation of the complex magnetization stairs in the noncentrosymmetric cerium-based intermetallic compounds CePdSi3 and CePtSi3
Yoichi Ikeda, Tohoku University, Japan

P1.2 - Lattice dynamics and coupled quadrupole-phonon excitations in CeAuAl3
Benqiong Liu, Juelich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) at MLZ, Germany

P1.3 - Magnetic excitations in CeCuxAl4-x and polarized neutron inelastic scattering on CeCuAl3 single crystal
Milan Klicpera, Charles University, Czech Republic

P1.4 - Critical scattering in classical and nearly quantum critical systems
Heiko Trepka, MPI for Solid State Research, Germany

P1.5 - Time of flight MIEZE spectrometer
Niels Geerits, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

P1.6 - A portable EPR system for absolute 3He polarimetry
Takashi Ino, KEK, Japan

P1.7 - A compact High-Tc superconducting film precession device for high angle spin-echo spectroscopy studies
Robert Dalgliesh, STFC, UK

P1.8 - Larmor, recent results, progress and future plans
Robert Dalgliesh, STFC, UK

P1.9 - Development of polarization devices in the polarised neutrons group at ISIS
Gino Cassella, ISIS Excitations and Polarised Neutrons Group, UK

P1.10 - POLREF: Time of flight polarised neutron reflectometer
Andrew Caruana, ISIS, STFC, UK

P1.11 - Polarizing neutron optics from NOB Nano Optics Berlin
Thomas Krist, NOB Nano Optics Berlin GmbH, Germany

P1.12 - SEMSANS calculation and realisation with RF flippers
Michel Thijs, TU Delft – RID, The Netherlands

P1.13 -Alternative configurations for Larmor diffractometers
Thomas Keller, Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research, Germany

P1.14 - Study of a compact neutron supermirror transmission polarizer on silicon
Vladislav Syromyatnikov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia

P1.15 - Novel sputtering facility at PNPI
Evgeny Moskvin, NRC KI - PNPI, Russia

P1.16 - Zoom, a polarised small angle neutron scattering instrument at Isis target station 2
Diego Alba Venero, ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, UK

P1.17 - First experimental test of 3He neutron spin filter for TOF-MIEZE spectroscopy
Hirotoshi Hayashida, Comprehensive Research Organization for Science and Society, Japan

P1.18 - KWS-1 SANS instrument with polarization analysis
Artem Feoktystov, Jülich Centre for Neutron Science at MLZ, Germany

P1.19 - MARIA – The high-intensity polarized neutron reflectometer of JCNS
Egor Vezhlev, JCNS, FZ-Juelich, Germany

P1.20 - KOMPASS – the polarized cold neutron triple-axis spectrometer at the FRMII
Dmitry Gorkov, Physikalisches Institut der Universität zu Köln, Germany

P1.21 - Polarized neutron reflectometry carried out at the time-of-flight neutron reflectometer REFSANS using a 3He spin filter
Wolfgang Kreuzpaintner, Technische Universität München, Germany

P1.22 - Development of a Portable High-Tc Wide-angle Spherical Neutron Polarimetry Device at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Chenyang Jiang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

P1.23 POLI: multifunctional single crystal diffractometer with polarized neutrons at MLZ
Hao Deng, RWTH Aachen University and Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) at Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ), Germany

P1.24 - Development of a spherical neutron polarimetry apparatus at the NIST Center for Neutron Research
Jacob Tosado, University of Maryland, USA

P1.25 - Development of neutron instrumentation at NcNeutron - Norwegian Center for Neutron Research
Raul Victor Erhan, Institute for Energy Technology, Norway

P1.26 - An instrument as perfect neutron polarizer
Wolfgang Treimer, University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany

P1.27 - Setup for polarized neutron diffraction using a novel high-Tc superconducting magnet at instrument POLI at MLZ
Henrik Thoma, Physics Department TUM, Germany

Poster session 2

P2.1 - GISAS investigation on 3D magnetic nanoparticle assemblies in nanocomposits films
Wenhai Ji, JCNS-2, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany

P2.2 - Polarized neutron reflectometry study of thin Co films
Vasilii Matveev, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia

P2.3 - Very small-angle polarized neutron scattering and polarization analysis at focusing diffactometer KWS-3 of JCNS
Vitaliy Pipich, Jülich Centre for Neutron Science at MLZ, Germany

P2.4 - Reversible magnetoelectric switching by electrochemical lithium intercalation
Gesara Bimashofer, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland

P2.5 - A neutron depolarization measurement of a single crystal Fe by using a 3He neutron spin filter and magnetic super-mirrors
Takayuki Oku, J-PARC Center, JAEA, Japan

P2.6 Use chopper forming the spectrum in the polarized neutron experiment
Vladislav Syromyatnikov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia

P2.7 - Recent 3He program advancements at the NCNR
Shannon Watson, NIST, USA

P2.8 - First experimental test of SESANS based on time-gradient magnetic field at the pulsed neutron source IBR-2 reactor
Viktor Bodnarchuk, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia

P2.9 - Towards precessing spin neutron reflectometry
Nikolay Pleshanov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia

P2.10 - Isotope-identifying neutron reflectometry at the pulsed neutron reactor IBR-2M
Vladimir Zhaketov, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia

P2.11 - Optimization and characterization of a magnetostatic cavity for a 3He neutron spin filter for CANDOR at NIST
Wangchun Chen, NIST and University of Maryland, USA

P2.12 - Magnetism studied with a polarized neutron scattering toolkit at the NCNR
Wangchun Chen, NIST and University of Maryland, USA

P2.13 - Magnetocaloric (Mn1-xTx)CoGe (T = Fe, Ni) - structural and magnetic transitions
Stewart Campbell, UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Australia

P2.14 - Phonon intensity cancellation by nuclear-magnetic interference and magnetovibrational scattering in the ferromagnetic compound MnFe4Si3
Stephane Raymond, CEA, France

P2.15 - Data analysis method for MIEZE-type spin echo spectroscopy at pulsed neutron source
Tatsuro Oda, Kyoto University, Japan

P2.16 - Neutron spin echo spectroscopy at the spallation neutron source
Piotr Zolnierczuk, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Outstation at SNS, USA

P2.17 - BornAgain: a simulation and fitting framework for nuclear and magnetic GISANS
Stefan Mattauch, JCNS, MLZ, Germany

P2.18 - Simplifying user interface for measuring polarized neutron differential cross sections
Andrei Savici, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

P2.19 - Frustrated magnetism of pharmacosiderite comprising tetrahedral clusters arranged in the primitive cubic lattice
Ryutaro Okuma, The University of Tokyo, Japan

P2.20 - Electric field control of chiral correlations above the multiferroic phase transition in Ni3V2O8
Sebastian Biesenkamp, University of Cologne, Germany

P2.21 - Frustration effects in the magnetic dynamics above T_N in h-YMnO3
Sofie Janas, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

P2.22 - Spin dynamics in the spin ice Ho2Ti2O7 as measured by MIEZE spectroscopy
Andreas Wendl, Technical University of Munich, Germany

P2.23 - Dynamics of PNIPAM-based microgels with different internal homogeneity
Olaf Holderer, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany

P2.24    Magnetic systems for storage, production and transport of polarized 3He for neutron scattering
Earl Babcock, Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) at Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ), Germany

P2.25 In-situ 3He polarization for JCNS instrumentation
Earl Babcock, Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) at Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ), Germany

 

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: [extended]
    8 May 2018
  • Registration deadline:
    8 June 2018
  • Proceedings deadline:
    19 October 2018