1 April 2019 09:30-18:00, Lyon, France


 Plenary 10h00 "What’s new in the non-conventional measurement techniques?"

Testimonials from industrial users of neutron and synchrotron light techniques
- Procter and Gamble (United-Kingdom), Eric ROBLES, Newcastle Innovation Centre
=> How Mechanistic Insights from Synchrotron X-ray and Neutron Characterisation Fuel Innovation In Fast-Moving Consumer Goods
- BASF (Germany), Bernd HINRICHSEN, Material Physics and Analytics department
=> BASF Research and Synchrotron Science, Current and Future Work
- TOTAL (France), Isabelle BETREMIEUX, Research and Development department
=> Analytical sciences at TOTAL: usage and perspective for neutrons and synchrotron techniques
Pitches from service providers (25 min in total): Finden (United-Kingdom), Novitom (France), Xploraytion (Germany), SAVED (France)
The nSOFT consortium at NIST: an American example of a fruitful collaboration scheme between industrial companies and a public large-scale facility.
Andrew JACKSON, Deputy Head of Neutron Instrument Division at European Spallation Source ESS (Sweden)
ILL and ESRF: services and partnerships for Industry
Edward Mitchell, Head of the ESRF Business Development Office
Caroline Boudou, ILL Industrial Liaison Officer

Lunch 12h15-13h15
Face to face meetings AND  tutorials in parallel 13h15- 16h45

Flash Tutorials (30 min each, serial)
A) How neutron scattering can target the structure and the dynamics of food and their constituents under processes
Camille Loupiac, Lecturer at AgroSup Dijon and collaborator at Laboratoire Léon Brillouin, France
B) Nanoparticles: shedding light on how they behave and how they interact with their environment
Bernhard Hesse, Co-founder, Xploraytion, Germany
C) Using neutron and X-ray diffraction to understand ligand binding to protein targets
Zoë Fisher, Group Leader for Deuteration and Macromolecular Crystallisation at the European Spallation Source ESS, Sweden
D) What can X-ray imaging technologies bring to the efficiency evaluation of cosmetic & pharmaceutical formulations?
Barbara Fayard, Imaging expert at Novitom, France
E) Improvement in formulation: using X-rays and neutron to investigate the microstructure with varying external conditions
Isabelle Grillo, Scientist and instrument responsible at the Institut Laue-Langevin, France
F) Chemical tomography in materials
Antony Vamvakeros, Research Scientist at Finden ltd, United-Kingdom
G) X-ray synchrotron 3D imaging for industry: present and future possibilities
Elodie Boller, Industrial liaison engineer for synchrotron X-ray imaging at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, France
17h00 Envision the future - wrap-up & Apéritif Lyonnais
A view of Industry on large-scale instruments and working closely together.
Panel: BASF, PROCTER & GAMBLE, Finden, Xploraytion, Novitom, ESS, ILL, ESRF
Sponsorship & supporting organisations
Major supporting H2020 project: SINE2020
other supporting H2020 projects: CALIPSOplus, FILL2030

Supporting clusters: AXELERA, LYONBIOPOLE, ELASTOPOLE, Invest In Grenoble Alps, Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Entreprise

Regognised by learned societies: Société Chimique de France, EuChemS

L'Embarcadère, 13 quai Rambaud, Lyon, 69002, France

Organised by
Caroline Boudou, Institut Laue-Langevin
Sarah Kelleher, Institut Laue-Langevin
Stéphanie Monfront, Institut Laue-Langevin
Edward Mitchell, ESRF
Christian Pazos-Garcia, ESRF

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