[Neutron] MLZ Conference on Mobility
MLZ Conference 2022 "Neutrons For Mobility"
mlz-conference at mlz-garching.de
Thu Mar 31 15:38:54 CEST 2022
In the name of the Scientific Programme Committee, we would like to
bring to your attention the upcoming *conference on mobility organized
by the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ)*, to be held in Lenggries
(Bavarian Alps, near Munich) from May 31th to June 3rd 2022.
Mobility is a fundamental ingredient of today's society. While it shapes
our lives at the global and local scales, it also is responsible for
about a quarter of the overall CO_2 emissions and it is the fastest
growing source of global emissions.
Improving the efficiency of energy use in transportation is thus an
essential part of the present fight against the climate change.
Technological and scientific advances in this field come from seemingly
diverse areas, including for example high temperature resistant or light
weight structural materials, hydrogen storage and conversion systems,
batteries, CO_2 capture and synthetic fuels.
This MLZ Conference aims to bring together the heterogeneous community
of researchers working in the related fields and to foster
The list of keynote and invited lectures illustrates the breadth of the
encompassed topics: from climate and societal issues (Prof Daniela
Jacob, GERICS) to industrial challenges (Dr Christian Weimer, Airbus)
through scientific challenges and technological opportunities offered by
a wide variety of material classes (Prof. Jennifer Rupp (TUM), Dr.-Ing.
Steffen Neumeier (FAU Nürnberg-Erlangen), Prof. Giovanni Bruno (BAM),
Prof. Andreas Schönhals (BAM)).
Among other methods, neutron scattering, radiography/tomography and
analytical methods based on neutron activation analysis play an
important part in the research in this field. An overview of the current
state of the art in addressing these questions will be presented by
Prof. Andreas Schreyer (ESS).
We welcome contributions in the fields of:
* batteries and fuel cells
* electrodes, membranes
* light structural materials
* synthetic fuels
* CO_2 /pollutant capture
* chemical aspects, kinetics, phase transformations
* hydrogen: production, storage, conversion into power
* high-temperature materials
Deadline for abstracts: 19/04/2022
Notification of abstract acceptance: 26/04/22
Deadline for registration: 30/04/2022
For more information please visit MLZ Conference “Neutrons for Mobility
*Keynote and invited speakers will be: *
Prof. Dr. Daniela Jacob (Head of the Climate Service Center Germany
Prof. Jacob will give an After Dinner Talk on Tuesday May 31th.
Title: Time to act!
Prof. Dr. Andreas Schreyer (Scientific Director of the ESS)
Title: to be announced
* Dr. Steffen Neumeier (Department of Materials Science and
Engineering of the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg)
Title: Superalloys for mobility applications – In-situ
characterization at high temperatures for optimized properties
Dr. Christian Weimer (Head of the Materials branch of Airbus)
Title: Future challenges in materials characterisation &
analytics moving towards further circularity, higher functionalization
and decarbonisation in Aviation
Prof. Dr. Jennifer Rupp (Associated Professor for Solid-State
Electrolyte Chemistry at the Technical University of Munich)
Title: Design of Solid State Battery Materials and Prototypes
Prof. Dr. Giovanni Brunno (Group Leader at BAM -Federal Institute
for Material Testing and Research) (Invited)
Title: Explaining Deviatoric Residual Stresses and Load
Transfer in Aluminum Alloys and Composites with Complex Microstructure
Prof. Dr. Andreas Schönhals (BAM -Federal Institute for Material
Testing and Research) (Invited)
Title: Inelastic and quasielastic neutron scattering on
microporous polymer membranes for green separation processes”.
Dr. Jean-François Moulin
German Engineering Materials Science Centre (GEMS)
at Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ)
Lichtenbergstr. 1, 85747 Garching bei München, Germany
phone: +49-89-158860-762; email:jean-francois.moulin at hereon.de
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