Programme

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

Key dates

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