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XXIX Congresso Annuale SISN
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Italian Neutron Scattering Conference 2018

Mercoledì 4 Luglio | Giovedì 5 Luglio | Venerdì 6 Luglio
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Mercoledì 4 Luglio 2018

Università di Parma, Campus Universitario Area Scienze
Centro Congressi S. Elisabetta

OLTRE 30 ANNI DI COLLABORAZIONE ITALIANA CON
ISIS NEUTRON AND MUON SOURCE (UK)

14.00  Registrazione

14.15  Benvenuto e saluti

      Fabio Bruni, Presidente SISN
      Roberto Fornari, Pro Rettore con delega per la Ricerca – Università di Parma

14.30  Keynote lecture

ISIS: past, present and future

Robert McGreevy, ISIS-STFC

15.15  Neutron diffraction for cultural heritage studies: the Italian Neutron Experimental Station INES@ISIS
Antonella Scherillo, ISIS-STFC

15.45  When symmetry and neutrons help understanding materials properties
      Fabio Orlandi, ISIS-STFC

16.15  Giornate Didattiche, Summer & Advanced School SISN
      Eleonora Guarini, Università di Firenze

16.30  Coffee Break & Poster Session

17.00  Fingerprints of Mn12, the forefather of molecular nanomagnets
      Paolo Santini, Università di Parma

17.30  Neutron techniques and the study of arms and armour
      Alan Williams, The Wallace Collection

17.50  Carbon nanostructures for energy-storage applications
      Daniele Pontiroli, Università di Parma

18.20  The analysis of some Indo-Persian daggers from the Wallace Collection at the Italian Neutron
    Experimental Station, ISIS, Didcot, and their results
      David Edge, The Wallace Collection

18.40  Conclusioni

 

Gli interventi in questa sessione saranno in inglese. La partecipazione alla sessione è libera.

 

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Giovedì 5 Luglio 2018

Università di Parma, Campus Universitario Area Scienze
Centro Congressi S. Elisabetta

 8.30  Registrazione

I sessione scientifica

 9.00  Evidence of a low temperature dynamical transition in concentrated microgels
      Andrea Orecchini, Università di Perugia

 9.30  Can multiple neutron scattering be computed without knowing the scattering law?
       Ubaldo Bafile, IFAC-CNR

 9.50  Ice XVII: structural and dynamical properties of the new form of porous ice
       Leonardo Del Rosso, IFAC-CNR

10.10  Anisotropy of CoII transferred to the Cr7Co polymetallic cluster via strong exchange interactions
      Elena Garlatti, ISIS-STFC

10.30  Magnetic Exchange and Crystal Field excitations of asymmetric Lanthanide dimers: An INS insight
      Riaz Hussain, Università di Parma

10.45  The effects of manufacturing processes on historical ceramic morphology studied by Small Angle
    Neutron Scattering
      Sandro Zorzi, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

11.00  Coffee break

II sessione scientifica

11.30  Directional insertion of cone-shaped channel protein in model membranes by neutron reflectometry
    and electrophysiology
      Laura Cantù, Università di Milano

12.00  Physico-chemical insights into Cardiolipin-containing Lipid Bilayers
      Giuseppe Vitiello, Università di Napoli “Federico II”

12.20  Neutron reflectivity of layers formed by nanoparticle-surfactant complexes at the oil/water interface
      Davide Orsi, Università di Parma

12.40  Short-time self-diffusion of immunoglobulin under different crowding conditions
      Marco Grimaldo, Institut Laue-Langevin

12.55  Presentazione XP Power
      Simone Torti, XP Power Italia

13.10  Pranzo & Poster Session

III sessione scientifica

14.30  Neutron and synchrotron-based techniques for material science
      Barbara Rossi, Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste

14.50  Modelling Option USANS upgrade: the project OPUS for LoKI@ESS and the upgrade of D11@ILL
      Claudia Mondelli, CNR-IOM

15.10  Irradiation facilities for neutron detector testing and calibration
      Roberto Bedogni, INFN-LNF

15.30  The VESPA project: Phase I completed
      Stefano Bellissima, IFAC-CNR

15:50  Update sui progetti italiani per ESS

16.30  Coffee break

17.00  Assemblea dei Soci SISN

20.30  Cena Sociale

      Ristorante “Il Cortile”,
      Borgo Paglia 3, Parma

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Venerdì 6 Luglio 2018

Università di Parma, Campus Universitario Area Scienze
Centro Congressi S. Elisabetta

IV sessione scientifica

 9.00  Hydrogen Bond Length as a Key to Understanding Sweetness
      Maria Antonietta Ricci, Università di Roma Tre

 9.20  Trehalose Protectant Activity for peptide hydration
      Michael Di Gioacchino, Università di Roma Tre

 9.35  Neutron scattering on gelatin: relevance for analog modelling
      Silvia Brizzi, Università di Parma

 9.50  Neutron scattering for sustainable energy materials: investigations of proton dynamics in acceptor
    -doped barium zirconates
      Daria Noferini, JCNS @ Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum

10.10  Hydrogen dynamics in complex borohydrides
       Luca Silvi, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin

10.30  On the slowing down of 14 MeV fusion neutrons: a spectrometry benchmark and future perspectives
      Antonino Pietropaolo, ENEA

10.45  BRISP_X: a project for the upgrade of the BRISP spectrometer at the ILL
      Ferdinando Formisano, CNR-IOM

11.00 Coffee break

11.30

Gli accordi con ILL e ISS: c’è un futuro per la neutronica italiana?

Tavola Rotonda moderata da Fabio Bruni.

13.00 Conclusioni e saluti

 

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Poster

  • Probing Structure and Mobility of Proteins in the Amorphous State at Low Hydration
    Ester Chiessi, Università di Roma Tor Vergata
  • The analysis of some Indo-Persian daggers from the Wallace Collection at the Italian Neutron Experimental Station, ISIS, Didcot, and their results.
  • BRISP_X: a project for the upgrade of the BRISP spectrometer at the ILL
    Ferdinando Formisano, CNR-IOM
  • David Edge, The Wallace Collection

  • In-situ gas-sorption neutron studies at ISIS
    Mattia Gaboardi, Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste
  • Unravelling the origin of high temperature magnetic bistability in dysprosocenium by inelastic neutron scattering
    Emilio Macaluso, Università di Parma
  • Upgrades at the high-resolution backscattering spectrometer SPHERES
    Daria Noferini, JCNS @ Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum
  • Investigation on suitability of consolidant and protective products on Sicilian calcarenites using Small Angle Neutron Scattering
    Luca Silvi, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin
  • Neutron techniques and the study of arms and armour
    Alan Williams, The Wallace Collection

 

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