[Neutron] BNC webinar - Neutron Imaging in Energy Research (Nikolay Kardjilov)

László Bottyán bottyan.laszlo at wigner.hu
Sun Jan 17 13:09:22 CET 2021

Dear Colleagues, Users, Supporters and Fans of BNC,

We would like to draw your attention to the upcoming webinar of the series 
organized by the Budapest Neutron Centre (BNC) on the research, development 
and new trends in renewable energy including important contributions 
from neutron techniques all over the world.

The BNC webinars are given biweekly by local and international experts in 
English on Wednesday afternoons.

The next presentation will be given on:

20 January, 2021   14:00-14:45 + discussion (CEST)  by

Nikolay Kardjilov (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin) with the title:

               "Neutron Imaging in Energy Research"

Zoom video link (open from 13:30):


Zoom meeting ID: 893 5723 0887              Password: 565497

Details on the seminar series are available in the 'News'
section of the BNC home page at https://www.bnc.hu/home

Please join the presentation then the discussions following the webinar. The 
webinar videos are recorded and can be played back at www.bnc.hu.

Please forward this information through your own channels to colleagues 
who might be interested.

With best regards,  BNC Management


Imaging techniques based on neutron beams are rapidly developing and have 
become versatile non-destructive analysing tools in many research fields. Due 
to their intrinsic properties, neutrons differ strongly from electrons,
protons or X-rays in terms of their interaction with matter: they penetrate 
deeply into most common metallic materials while they have a high sensitivity 
to light elements such as hydrogen, hydrogenous substances or lithium. This 
makes neutrons perfectly suited probes for research on materials that are used 
for energy storage and conversion, e.g. batteries, hydrogen storage, fuel 
cells, etc.

This talk will focus on recent applications of neutron imaging techniques in 
the field of energy research, illustrated by examples selected from
different areas.

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