DENIM 2015

Budapest, Hungary

DENIM IV, hosted by the Budapest Neutron Centre, was held from September 7th to 9th, 2015.


T01 – Shane Kennedy – Development of Neutron Instrumentation Opportunities and Challenges

T02 – Iain Sutton – 80 years of Neutron Choppers

T05 – Gerrit Günther – Shielding Concept for Background Optimization of the Neutron Time-of-Flight Spectrometer NEAT

T06 – Andreas Ofner – Using Lead as construction material

T07 – Sylvain Desert – PA20 collimator design of a multi-purpose collimator for SANS and GISANS at LLB

T08 – Sergey Klimko – Development of the curved NRSE flippers for Multi-MUSES spectrometer at LLB

T09 – Romuald Hanslik – Polarizer changer for KWS1

T10 – David Anderson – 3D Printing and Neutron Scattering

T11 – József Janik-Design and constructions of an in-situ cell for neutron diffraction studies

T12 – Peter Keller – Possible unmagnetisable materials to modify the sample area

T14 – Christian J Schmidt – The 10B based Jalousie neutron detector

T15 – Markus Köhli – The CASCADE Project – a multi-layer 10B neutron detection system

T16 – János Orbán – High resolution detector based on solid boron converter

T17 – Ed Binkley – Analizer Development for the CANDoR Instrument

T18 – Adam Magi – Novel Signal Processing for Event Recording and Qualification in a Large Area TOF PSD System

T19 – Matteo Corbo Neutron Detection Electronics from CAEN

T20 – Valeria Antonelli-CFRP chopper discs-state of the art and long term perspective

T22 – Matthias Weinzierl-Design and certification of the chopper disks for the NEAT II TOF spectrometer- A lesson learned

T27 – Rob Connatser-ESS- Current Status

T28 – Jozsef Janik_Budapest Cold Neutron Source

T29 – Andras Szalay-Manufacture of experimental control rods by explosive powdercompaction

T30 – Giuseppe Aprigliano – Neutron Crystallography Beamline at ESS

T31 – Stewart Pullen – Progress update for the preliminary design of ODIN

T32 – Jim Nightingale – IMAT Design Evolution

T33 – Scott Olsen – Optimising neutron beam instrument designs for ease of use, maintenance and future upgrades

T35 – Massimo Rogante – Engineering knowledge and applied research managing support in the neutron field for industrial companies and scientific institutions

T36 – David Anderson – The Past, Present and Future of DENIM