Oral presentations

Authors of the missing presentations are invited to send to Wim Bouwman theirs in pdf to complete the presentations.

Monday, July 5  

 

Session 1  

Larmor labelling

Larmor labeling: History and Development   M.Theo Rekveldt (Reactor Institute Delft, Techn. Un. Delft)
Probing the Profile of Bloch Walls by Neutron Precession Frederic Ott (CEA/Saclay, IRAMIS, Laboratoire Leon Brillouin CEA/CNRS)
First Experiments with TOFLAR (Time Of Flight and LARmor precession) Markus Bleuel (Delft University of Technology)
Neutron Larmor diffraction experiments for materials science Julia Repper (TU Munchen - FRM II)
MIEZE on MnSi - Results and perspectives Robert Georgii (FRM II, Technische Universitat Munchen)

Session 2  

Frustrated and disordered systems

Coulomb Phases in the spin ices Ho2Ti2O7 and Dy2Ti2O7 T Fennell (Institute Laue Langevin)
Observations of the novel magnetic correlations in the Y doping dipolar spin ice Ho2-xYxTi2O7 Lieh-Jeng Chang (Quantum Beam Science Directorate, JAEA)
Novel magnetic order and excitations in high Tc copper oxides superconductors P. Bourges (Laboratoire Léon Brillouin)
The magnetic structure of beta-Mn Ross Stewart (STFC, ISIS)

Session 3  

Instrumentation and methods

Recent advances in XYZ polarization analysis at ISIS and the ILL Stephen Boag (Science and Technologies Facility Council, ISIS)
SEOP polarized 3He at the JCNS: PHe=80% maintained on neutron beam in tests Earl Babcock (Juelich Centre for Neutron Science @FRM 2)
Commissioning of the new Cryopad on POLI- HEiDi diffractometer in Garching V. Hutanu
Polarised 3He based polarisers and analysers for ANSTO instruments Wai Tung Lee (ANSTO)
Finding the Wording Ference Mezei (ESS, Lund)

Tuesday, July 6  

 

Session 4  

Strongly correlated electron systems and polarisation

Polarized neutron investigations on complex magnetic materials Kasuhisa Kakurai (JAEA, Quantum Beam Science Directorate)
Phonon anomalies and the BCS gap Nathalie Munnikes (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart)
Observation of chiral fluctuating state in Mn1-xFexSi above TC by polarized SANS Sergey Grigoriev (Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute)
Chirality, Skyrmions and the non-Fermi liquid state in MnSi Catherine Pappas (Neutron and Positron Methods, Delft University of Technology)
A-phase origin in gubic helimagnets Sergey Maleyev (PNPI)

Session 5  

Reports facilities

NMI3 polarized neutron projects: future and perspectives Alexander Ioffe (Julich Centre for Neutron Science at FRM II)
Current status and perspective of MIEZE/NRSE(VIN ROSE) development for J-PARC Masahiro Hino (Kyoto University)
DNS - A diffuse neutron scattering spectrometer with polarization analysis at FRM II Werner Schweika (Julich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS)
MARIA - The new high-intensity polarized neutron reflectometer of JCNS Stefan Mattauch (Julich Centre for Neutron Science)

Session 6  

Fundamental physics

Testing isotropy of the universe using the Ramsey resonance technique on ultracold neutron spins G Pignol (Technical University Munich)
Quantum mechanics studied with polarized neutron Yuji Hasegawa (Atominstitut, TU-Wien)
The Gooch-Hanchen Effect Ad van Well (Delft University of Technology)
Search for the neutron EDM by crystal-diffraction method. Test experiment and future progress Vladimir Voronin (Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute)
A resolution model for mode multiplets probed with NRSE Klaus Habicht (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin fur Materialien und Energie)

Session 7  

Magnetic nano-materials

Stroboscopic Polarized SANS for Studying Magnetization Dynamics in Nanomaterials Albrecht Wiedenmann (Institut Laue-Langevin) Joachim Kohlbrecher (PSI)
Investigation of magnetic nanostructures by means of longitudinal neutronpolarization analysis A. Michels (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Polarized SANS by iron oxide nanoparticles Sabrina Disch (Forschungszentrum Julich GmbH, Germany)
Polarization Analyzed SANS Determination of Core-Shell Magnetic Morphology within Structurally Uniform Magnetite Nanoparticles Kathryn Krycka (NIST Center for Neutron Research)

Wednesday, July 7  

 

Session 8  

Soft matter and films

Surface Diffusion Studies Using Neutron (and Helium) Spectroscopy Peter Fouquet (Institut Laue Langevin)
Dynamics of Confined Surfactant Membranes in Microemulsions near Planar Surfaces Henrich Frielinghaus (Julich Centre for Neutron Science)
Polarised Neutrons & Biomembranes (or why make things more difficult) Stephen Holt (ANSTO)
A New Polarized Neutron Reflectometer at Materials and Life Science Facility of J-PARC Masayasu Takeda (Quantum Beam Science Directorate, Japan Atomic Energy Agency)

Session 9  

Instrumentation and methods: SESANS

Introduction to Spin Echo Resolved Grazing Incidence Scattering (SERGIS) and Early Results Roger Pynn (Indiana University)
Spin-echo technique with time-gradient magnetic for small-angle neutron scattering and reflectometry Alexander Ioffe (Julich Centre for Neutron Science at FRM II)
Grating calibration measurements for a spin-echo reflectometer Jeroen Plomp (TNW TUDelft, ISIS, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
McStas-model of the Delft SE-SANS Linda Udby (University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute)
From 1 nm to 0.1 mm in one (SE)SANS-instrument Wim Bouwman (Delft University of Technology)

Session 10  

Thin films and multilayers

OffSpec, the ISIS Spin-Echo Reflectometer Robert Dalgliesh (ISIS, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton)
Determination of micromagnetic state in patterned films using offspecular scattering Brian Maranville (NIST Center for Neutron Research)
Specular and off-specular scattering of neutrons from Si-Fe multilayers Anke Teichert (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)
Temperature-dependent biquadratic exchange coupling in Co/CuMn multilayers Frank Klose (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation)
Manipulation of Uncompensated Moments in Trained Exchange Bias System Amitesh Paul (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)

Thursday, July 8  

 

Session 11  

Multiferroics and chirality

The role of neutron diffraction in the study of multiferroics. Graeme Blake (University of Groningen)
Inelastic-neutron-scattering investigation of the dynamical magnetochirality in quantum magnets Louis-Pierre Regnault (INAC-SPSMS-MDN, CEA-Grenoble)
Heredity and mutation of chirality during the growth of transition-metal monosilicides Vadim Dyadkin (Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute)
Field-Induced Chirality in Dy/Y Multilayer systems Dieter Lott (GKSS research center)

Session 12  

Imaging

Neutron Spin Phase Imaging Florian Piegsa (Institut Laue Langevin)
Quantum Criticality: Radiography with Polarised Neutrons Michael Schulz (FRM II, Technische Universitat Munchen)
Magnetic Field Imaging using Polarized Pulsed Neutrons at J-PARC Takenao Shinohara (J-PARC Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
Advances and challenges in polarized neutron imaging. Markus Strobl (HZB & University of Heidelberg)
Characterisation of novel magnetic materials using the USANSPOL technique Erwin Jericha (Atominstitut/TU Wien)