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Industrial use of spectroscopy at LSI

- a MetalBeams Seminar

Time: Tue 2021-11-30 12.45 - 16.30

Location: online

Language: English

Lecturer: various

MetalBeams is an initiative within SIP Metallic Materials, run by Jernkontoret, Swerim and RISE, to encourage the use of large-scale infrastructure (synchrotron x-ray and neutron sources) by the metals industry.

12.45

Meeting opened to allow connection check

13.00

Introduction to MetalBeams

Rachel Pettersson, Jernkontoret

13.10

View from Vinnova + questions

Maria Öhman, Vinnova

13.20

Overview of spectroscopy techniques

Konstantin Simonov, Swerim

13.45

Possibilities and future prospects

Conny Såthe, MaxIV,

14:10

Questions and discussion

14:20

Break

14:30

Application of APXPS for studies of the solid-liquid interface

Andrey Shavorskiy, MAX IV, Lund University

14:40

HAXPES for understanding complex alloys

Rebecka Lindblad, Uppsala University

14:50

Revealing lateral variations in the passive film on duplex stainless steel by HAXPEEM

Jinshan Pan, KTH

15:00

Thermally induced surface processes studied using MAXPEEM

Anders Mikkelsen, Lund University

15:10

Questions and discussion

15:20

Break

15:30

Quantitative XPS for composition and thickness determination of native oxides

Alfred Larsson, Edvin Lundgren, LU

15:40

Nano scale infrared spectroscopy for studies of coil coated steel-laboratory and synchrotron based measurements

Dan Persson, RISE

15:50

Characterization of chemical forms of metals in residual products using XAS

Jenny Rissler RISE

16:00

Questions and discussion

16:10

Survey on future areas of interest

Shirin Nouhi, Swerim

16:30

End of seminar

Please register here  by 26th November to get your meeting link.
 

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Last changed: Nov 25, 2021