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Monday, 25 September 2017
MA-XRF workshop

Tuesday, 26 September 2017
ICXOM24 conference
08:15

08:45
Registration
Welcome
Chair: Alessandra Gianoncelli (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Room: Oceania ABC
08:45
Alfonso Franciosi - Elettra Director and President
Welcome
09:00

09:10
Zachary Lapin - Associate Editor, Nature Communications
Publishing with Nature Communications
X-ray Microscopy
Chair: Maya Kiskinova (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Room: Oceania ABC
09:10
Burkhard Kaulich - Diamond Light Source Ltd
I08-SXM: The Scanning X-ray Microscopy Facility at the Diamond Light Source
09:50
Hyunjoon Shin - Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, POSTECH
A scanning soft x-ray microscope in absorption and fluorescence modes at the Pohang Light Source (PLS)
10:10
Yong Chu - Brookhaven National Laboratory
Nanoscale Multimodal Imaging Capability of the Hard X-ray Nanoprobe at the NSLS-II
10:30

10:50
Marie-christine Zdora - Diamond Light Source, University College London
X-ray phase-contrast imaging and metrology using periodic and random wavefront modulators
10:50

11:20
Conference picture & Coffee break
X-ray Microscopy and X-ray Fluorescence
Chair: Maya Kiskinova (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
11:20
Juergen Thieme (NSLS-II, USA)
X-ray Fluorescence Imaging and Spectroscopy with High Spatial Resolution at NSLS-II
12:00
Laurence Lemelle - LGL-TPE, ENS de Lyon
Analytical requirements for quantitative X-ray fluorescence nano-imaging of metal traces in solid samples
12:20
Augusto Marcelli - Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare - Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati
Focusing and Diffraction Properties of Micro-Channel Plates for Transmitted X-ray Radiation
12:40

13:00
Chiara Gramaccioni - Univ. of Cosenza, CNR-Nanotec, Univ. Sapienza, Roma.
Nanotomography and X-Ray Fluorescence Microscopy for quantitative Iron concentration map in inflamed cells
13:00

14:50
Lunch
Detectors
Chair: Ralf Menk (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Room: Oceania ABC
14:50
Peter Siddons (BNL, USA)
Multi-element Germanium Detectors for Synchrotron Applications
15:30
Giovanni Bellotti - Politecnico di Milano and INFN Milano
ARDESIA: 4-Channels Fast SDD X-ray Spectrometer for Synchrotron Applications
15:50

16:10
Shaul Barkan - Hitachi High-Technologies
Seven-Element SDD with Optimized Packing Factor to Reduce Scattering Background
16:10

16:40
Coffee break
Detectors and Instrumentation
Chair: Ralf Menk (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Room: Oceania ABC
16:40
Alessandro Migliori - International Atomic Energy Agency
X-ray microanalytical activities at the IAEA Nuclear Science and Instrumentation Laboratory
17:00

17:20
Arthur Woll - Cornell University
Fast switching between 2D and direct, 3D XRF imaging using Collimating Channel Arrays and the Maia detector
17:10

19:00
Drinks and Poster Session

Wednesday, 27 September 2017
ICXOM24 conference
Tomography
Chair: Gerd Schneider (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany)
Room: Oceania ABC
08:30
Marco Di Michiel - ESRF, France
Time resolved X-ray diffraction computed tomography for studying real systems under operando conditions
09:10
Emanuel Larsson - Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany
Evaluation of the XTM setup at the P05 Imaging Beamline at PETRA III using a sample of Nanoporous gold
09:30
Anton Maksimenko - Australian Synchrotron
Extreme Imaging with the synchrotron pink beam
09:50
Nicola Viganò - CWI, Netherlands
Inspecting sub-grain level deformation in poly-crystals
10:10

10:30
Anton Davydock - Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany
P03 nanofocus end-station for material science
X-ray Optics
Chair: François Polack (Soleil, Paris, France)
Room: Vulcania I
08:30
Christian David - PSI, Switzerland
Diffractive X-ray Optics for Synchrotrons and Free Electron Lasers
09:10
Pavel Dudin - Diamond Ltd, UK
Fresnel zone plates for nanoARPES
09:30
Jakob Soltau - Institute for X-Ray Physics, Goettingen, Germany
Imaging with Nanometer Resolution from 8 to 100 keV using Multilayer Zone Plates (MZP)
09:50
Evgeny Nazaretski - NSLS-II, USA
Fabrication and characterization of monolithic multilayer Laue lens nanofocusing optics for hard x-ray microscopy
10:10

10:30
Anatoly Snigirev - Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal university, Russia
Development of X-ray refractive optics for new diffraction limited X-ray sources
10:30

11:00
Coffee break
Tomography and Materials Science
Chair: Lucia Mancini (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Room: Oceania ABC
11:00
Andrea Sorrentino - ALBA Light Source, Spain
Visualizing batteries discharge products at Mistral
11:20
Luigi Allocca - Istituto Motori - C.N.R., Italy
3-D structure of a gasoline spray by polycapillary X-ray micro-tomography
11:40
Samuel Flewett - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile
Three-dimensional characterization of magnetic multilayer thin films using resonant soft X-ray scattering
12:00

12:20
Irina Snigireva - ESRF, France
Hard X-ray in-situ full-field microscopy for material science
Data Analysis for XRF and CT
Chair: Chris Ryan (CSIRO, Australia)
Room: Vulcania I
11:00
Martin De Jonge - Australian Synchrotron, Australia
Fully-fractionated microprobe analysis
11:20
Matthias Alfeld - Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS, LAMS, France
Matrix Factorization for the near real time analysis of XRF imaging data
11:40
Mirna Lerotic - 2nd Look Consulting, Croatia
Analyzing 4D Tomographic X-Ray Spectromicroscopy Data with Mantis
12:00

12:20
Rongchang Chen - Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, CAS, China
Monochromatic beam based quantitative dynamic micro computed tomography
12:20

14:00
Lunch
Detectors and Instrumentation
Chair: Peter Siddons (BNL, USA)
Room: Oceania ABC
14:00
Anna Bergamaschi - PSI, Switzerland
Advances in hybrid pixel detectors for photon science
14:40
Stefan Brandstetter - Dectris Ltd, Switzerland
EIGER and PILATUS3 CdTe detector systems for advanced X-ray studies
15:00
Chris Ryan - CSIRO, Australia
Maia Mapper: High definition XRF imaging in the lab
15:20
Jeffrey Davis - PNDetector
High Speed, Simultaneous XRD-XRF Mapping
15:40
Benedikt Günther - Chair of Biomedical Physics, TUM; Max-Plank-Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany
The Munich Compact Light Source: Performance upgrades and biomedical research
16:00
Robert Mroczka - The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland
Micro-X-Ray fluorescence spectrometer with X-ray single bounce gold capillary optics for light element analysis
16:20

16:40
Dariush Hampai - INFN - LNF, Italy
Volume Elemental Mapping in Confocal Geometry for Spectroscopy Studies of Biological Samples
Ptychography and Phase Contrast
Chair: Georgios Kourousias (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Room: Vulcania I
14:00
Michael Jones - Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Is the future bright for simultaneous X-ray ptychography and fluorescence microscopy?
14:40
Bjoern Enders - Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Higher dimensional ptychography at the ALS
15:00
Jan Garrevoet - DESY, Germany
Simultaneous XRF and Ptychographic imaging of FCC Particles
15:20
Qing Wu - Bern University of the Arts, Switzerland
Understanding the structure and aging of Zwischgold
15:40
Margie Olbinado - European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, France
Ultra high-speed X-ray phase-contrast imaging using single-pulse synchrotron radiation
16:00

16:40
Juliane Reinhardt - DESY, Germany & Australian Synchrotron
(Resonant) Hard X-ray Ptychography for High-Sensitivity Imaging with Chemical Contrast
17:10

19:00
Coffee break and Poster Session

Thursday, 28 September 2017
ICXOM24 conference
Life Sciences
Chair: Gerald Falkenberg (DESY, Germany)
Room: Oceania ABC
08:30
Lorella Pascolo - University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy
Elemental imaging at micro and nanoscale in toxicology research: from occupational diseases to reproductive medicines
09:10
Maria Grzelak - AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow, Poland
X-ray fluorescence imaging as a tool for recognition of different types of the ovarian cancer tissues
09:30
Erika Sales - Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil
Characterization of cortical bone demineralization by X-ray-based techniques: A micro and nano scale study
09:50
Gert Nuyts - University of Antwerp, Belgium
X-ray based micro- and nanoimaging of nanoparticles in exposed biota
10:10

10:30
Carlo Meneghini - La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy
Investigating differences in Nanoscale distribution of trace metals in biominerals
X-ray Optics and FEL
Chair: Marco Zangrando (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Room: Vulcania I
08:30
François Polack - Soleil, Paris, France
X-ray optics, state of the art and current issues
09:10
May Ling Ng - SLAC, Stanford University, USA
Stitching capabilities at the LCLS Metrology Laboratory
09:30
Angel Rodriguez Fernandez - Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
Diagnostic of Forward Bragg Diffraction Hard X-ray beams for Self-Seeding applications SwissFEL
09:50
Mikhail Lyubomirskiy - DESY, Germany
Hard X-ray interferometers fabricated by Si planar technologies
10:10

10:30
Simone Sala - University College London, UK
Wavefront sensing using ptychography at FELs
10:30

11:00
Coffee break
Life Sciences and Environment
Chair: Lorella Pascolo (University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy)
Room: Oceania ABC
11:00
Katarina Vogel Mikuš - University of Ljubljana and Joseph Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Imaging of chemical composition in plant tissues: revealing physiological mechanisms to improve food quality and safety
11:40
Zou Finfrock - Canadian Light Source Inc.
Confocal X-Ray Fluorescence Microscopy at the Advanced Photon Source Sector 20
12:00
Christopher Heirwegh - Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
A first look at the quantification capabilities of the prototype Mars 2020 Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry
12:20

12:40
Alexandre Simionovici - ISTerre, Univ. Grenoble Alpes
QESA - Quarantine Extraterrestrial Sample Analyses: methodology and setup
X-ray Optics and FEL
Chair: Christian David (PSI, Switzerland)
Room: Vulcania I
11:00
Alexander Firsov - Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Germany
Diffractive/Reflection optical elements. From Bragg reflection to total external reflection
11:20
Corey Hardin - SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA
Wavefront preserving mirrors at LCLS
11:40
Kazushi Sumitani - Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute
Development of kinoform lenses made of quartz for microbeam X-ray diffraction
12:00
Jörn Volkher Wochnowski - Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Luebeck
Coated Hollow Capillaries as X-Ray Optics
12:20

12:40
Elisa Kornemann - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Miniaturized X-ray zoom lens
12:40
Lunch
Optics system
Chair: Ralf Menk (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Room: Vulcania I
14:15
Jared Sachs - XOS
Optimized High Energy Performance of Polycapillary Optics for µXRF Analysis
14:30
Malcolm Lindqvist - Excillum AB, Sweden
Polycapillary Optic for Liquid-Metal-Jet X-Ray Tubes
14:45
Luca Peverini - Thales SESO SAS
Optimized High Energy Performance of Polycapillary Optics for µXRF Analysis
15:00
Visit to Elettra and Kyma

Friday, 29 September 2017
ICXOM24 conference
Full-field and tomography
Chair: Juergen Thieme (NSLS-II, USA)
Room: Oceania ABC
08:30
Gerd Schneider - Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany
Nanoscale spectroscopy and tomography with the HZB full-field transmission X-ray microscope
09:10
Fabio Alessio Vittoria - University College London, UK
Beam tracking phase tomography with laboratory sources
09:30
Tomas Zikmund - CEITEC BUT, Brno University of Technology
Comparison of CCD and sCMOS Detector for Sub-micron Resolution in Lab-based X-ray Computed Tomography
09:50
Phil Cook, ESRF, France
X-rays, microscopy, and rock and roll
10:10

10:30
Pawel Wrobel - AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow
The Full-Field XRF Imaging System For Investigation Of Paintings
10:30

11:00
Coffee break
Cultural Heritage
Chair: Franco Zanini (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Room: Oceania ABC
11:00
Loic Bertrand - IPANEMA CNRS MCC UVSQ MNHN
Discrimination of organic compounds in ancient and historical materials with in situ synchrotron-based X -Ray Raman scattering
11:20
Paula Allegro - Institute of Physics, University of São Paulo
Monte Carlo simulation and EDXRF analysis of the pigments used in “Natura Morta” (1946) by Mario Mafai
11:40
Wantana Klysubun - Synchrotron Light Research Institute
Synchrotron XRF/XAS Applications on Heritage glasses in Thailand
12:00
Martin Radtke - Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und –prüfung (BAM)
The Bernstorf Gold u2013 A Challenge to the Flexibility of SRXRF
12:20

12:40
Karen Cloete - iThemba Laboratory for Accelerator Based Sciences, National Research Foundation
In-air PIXE, MeV-SIMS, and DAPNe-MS: a multidimensional analytical approach for unlocking chemical information in scalp hair
Room: Oceania ABC
12:40

13:00
Alessandra Gianoncelli (Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste)
Concluding remarks

Confirmed Invited Speakers

The following scientists have already agreed to give invited talks:

Anna Bergamaschi (PSI, Switzerland) - Advances in hybrid pixel detectors for photon science

Christian David (PSI, Switzerland) - Diffractive X-ray Optics for Synchrotrons and Free Electron Lasers

Burkhard Kaulich (Diamond Light Source, UK) - I08-SXM: The Scanning X-ray Microscopy Facility at the Diamond Light Source

Marco di Michiel (ESRF, France) - Time resolved X-ray diffraction computed tomography for studying real systems under operando conditions

Lorella Pascolo (University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy) - Elemental imaging at micro and nanoscale in toxicology research: from occupational diseases to reproductive medicines '

François Polack (Soleil, Paris, France) - X-ray optics, state of the art and current issues

Juliane Reinhardt (DESY, Germany) - (Resonant) Hard X-ray Ptychography for High-Sensitivity Imaging with Chemical Contrast

Gerd Schneider (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Germany) - Nanoscale spectroscopy and tomography with the HZB full-field transmission X-ray microscope

Pete Siddons (BNL, USA) - Multi-element Germanium Detectors for Synchrotron Applications

Juergen Thieme (NSLS-II, USA) - X-ray Fluorescence Imaging and Spectroscopy with High Spatial Resolution at NSLS-II

Michael Jones (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia) - Is the future bright for simultaneous X-ray ptychography and fluorescence microscopy?

Katarina Vogel Mikuš (University of Ljubljana and Joseph Stefan Institute, Slovenia) - Imaging of chemical composition in plant tissues: revealing physiological mechanisms to improve food quality and safety

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