Stress-strain measurements and data analysis
An in person event!
Gain an overview of the history, current state-of-the-art and future directions for stress-strain measurements using synchrotrons as well as hands-on experience of data analysis using actual synchrotron datasets.
Time: Tue 2021-10-19 - Wed 2021-10-20
Location: Tekniska museet, Museivägen 7, 115 27 Stockholm
Obtaining stress-strain information is a common aim of material science experiments - also when using synchrotron instruments. Analysing synchrotron data sets is however often a challenge for researchers who are new to synchrotron experiments and a bottleneck for experienced synchrotron researchers.
By joining this workshop in person, through lectures, discussions and hands-on exercises, people can gain:
- An overview of current state-of-the-art in synchrotron stress-strain measurements and data analysis, which would be useful to both new and experienced synchrotron users (Day 1)
- A realistic feel for the data analysis process, using actual synchrotron data sets, for researchers who are new to synchrotron experiments (Day 2).
Tekniska museet, Museivägen 7, Norra Djurgården, Stockholm.
See more about the venue on the Tekniska museet's homepage .
How to get there
The programme has been organised so that people can make their own arrangements to travel on the day by train from Malmö, Lund, Göteborg, Linköping and the greater Stockholm region. Exit Stockholm Central Station via the Klarabergsviadukt and take bus 69 to Museiparken. Buses depart every 10 minutes and the journey time is 20 minutes.
19 October History, state-of-the-art and future directions
10:15 Arrival and morning coffee
10:45 Programme starts - see the full programme here
Session 1. Introduction, history and overview
Session 2. Stress/strain data analysis
Session 3. Applications and future experiments
17:00 End of day
20 October Hands-on data analysis
09:00 Introduction to the group work
Group work, with lunch and coffee breaks
16:00 End of programme
This is an in-person event so to ensure you get coffee/lunch please register here .
This event is co organised by the CeXS and the MetaLSF project. The MetaLSF project is sponsored by the EIT RawMaterials, which is cofunded by the European Union.