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2019

28th July - 10th August 2019

A report by two participants can be found on the blog of the University Bayreuth.

A brochure about the TS 2018 with a detailled program and contributions from all participants can be found here (PDF document).

The Travelling Seminar 2019 will take ca. 12 German and ca. 12 Russian students on a summer school on the topic of Nanomaterials and Large Scale Research Centers'. Together with 4 professors from Russia and Germany, we will travel to Moscow, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk and Lake Baikal by Transiberian Railway, plane and bus.

The content of the summer school is about

  • Physics and chemistry of nanomaterials, synthesis and characterization
  • X-ray-and neutron scattering.

The overall aim is to give an introduction and show the application of scattering methods (X-ray, neutrons, XRD, PDF, SAXS, SANS, TEM, XAS, many more) to the field of nanomaterials.

All accomodation and travel is covered: for Germans the round tour from the departure airport in Germany; for Russians from Irkutsk to the departure airport in Moscow. Details on this will be revealed upon the selection of participants.

Application

In your applications, please include a CV as well as a motivation letter for participation (in English) accompanied by a prospective title of your talk.

Applications of German applicants should be directed to Prof. Mirjiam Zobel: mirijam.zobel[at]uni-bayreuth.de

Link to the poster (PDF document).

Preliminary program

Date
Place
Activity
Mon, 29th July
Departure to Irkutsk

Tue, 30th July
Irkutsk

Arrival and welcome dinner in the evening
Wed, 31th July

A.E. Favorsky Irkutsk Institute of Chemistry SB RAS (IIC SB RAS)


TS-2019 Opening session

Invited Talk (IT): Andrey Ivanov (Irkutsk Institute of Chemistry): Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Labtour

Professor Talk (PT): Mirijam Zobel (University of Bayreuth): Interaction of X-rays with matter

Thu, 1st July
Lake Baikal

Baikal Limnological museum

PT: Andrey Rempel (Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences & Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia): Nanomaterials

Fri, 2nd Aug
Lake Baikal

PT: Andrey Shibaev (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia): Introduction to SANS and GI-SANS/SAXS

PT: Andreas Magerl (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany): Quasielastic Scattering

Excursion (boat trip, slight hiking, group picnic)

Sat, 3rd Aug

Lake Baikal

Train: Irkutsk - Novosibirsk

Transfer from Hotel to Irkutsk

Trans-Siberian Train

Sun, 4th Aug
Train Irkutsk - Novosibirsk
Poster session in the train
Mon, 5th Aug
Institute for Nuclear Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk)

ITs: Konstantin Zolotarev (Institute for
Nuclear Physics): Introduction in theroy and application of synchrotron radiation

Nikolay Vinokurov (Institute for
Nuclear Physics): Novosibirsk Free Electron
Laser (NovoFEL), Terahertz radiation generation
and applications

Tour to NovoFEL or Synchrotron

Novosibirsk guided city tour

Tue, 6th Aug
Institute for Catalysis of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk)

ITs: Valeriy Bukhtiyarov (director of the IC SB RAS)

Yan Zubavichus (Institute for Catalysis): Nanomaterials and Large-scale Research Centers

Alexey Vedyagin (Institute for Catalysis): Application of metastable nanoalloys in three-way catalysis

Labtour

Wed, 7th Aug
Moscow

Bus-tour around Moscow

Thu, 8th Aug
National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”
(NRC KI)

Lectures and labtour in NRC KI

Fri, 9th Aug
Moscow State University (MSU)

Lectures and labtour in MSU

Closing session

Boat cruise and farewell dinner

Sat, 10th Aug
Moscow
Departure


Minor changes to the program may apply.



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