Thursday 22 September 2016

Day Programme
09:00Registration and coffee
Huub Kooijman (Shell)
09:40Early work on neutron diffraction in Petten
Cees Andriesse (Univ. Utrecht)
10:00Debye-Scherrer: An Accidental Invention
Jurrie Reiding
10:45Powder diffraction in direct space: How the Pair Distribution Function can complement powder diffraction
Reinhard Neder (Univ. Erlangen)
11:25Powder diffraction: providing one of the best views of the material world
Bill David (Univ. Oxford)
12:05lunch, posters, exhibition
13:30How much information can be deduced from a powder pattern: A tribute to Peter Debye and Hugo Rietveld
Robert Dinnebier (MPI Stuttgart)
14:10Debye and Rietveld in industrial applications
Jaap Louwen (Albemarle)
14:40Debye equation: How did it evolve?
Paolo Scardi (Univ. Trento)
15:20Tea and posters
15:50Neutrons And X-rays for battery materials
Marnix Wagemaker (TU Delft)
16:20Macromolecular Powder Diffraction: Past, Present, Future
Irene Margiolaki (Univ. of Patras)

Evening Programme
17:00Boat cruise leaving from STCA through Amsterdam canals
19:00 Dinner at restaurant along the IJ river.

The group photo