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.
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).
|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
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|
Train: Irkutsk - Novosibirsk
Transfer from Hotel to Irkutsk
|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
Nikolay Vinokurov (Institute for
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
|Wed, 7th Aug||Moscow|
Bus-tour around Moscow
|Thu, 8th Aug||National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”|
Lectures and labtour in NRC KI
|Fri, 9th Aug||Moscow State University (MSU)|
Lectures and labtour in MSU
Boat cruise and farewell dinner
|Sat, 10th Aug||Moscow||Departure|
Minor changes to the program may apply.