27-28 May 2019
ILL4
Europe/Paris timezone

Programme

MONDAY 27 MAY

 

9:00-11:00     Visit ILL-ESRF                                

                       

10:00              REGISTRATION STARTS

 

11:30-12:00  Welcome address:

 

Helmut Schober (ILL Director)

Francesco Sette (ESRF Director General)

Patrick Lévy (President of UGA)

Lord Llewellyn (Her Majesty's Ambassador to France)

 

Chaired by Robert Jacobs

12:00-12:30  Andrew Harrison

History of Oxford-Grenoble scientific partnership

 

12:30-14:00  WELCOME BUFFET

Chaired by Giovanna Fragneto

14:00-14:30  Robert K. Thomas

Neutrons and Surfaces: an Unlikely Tale of Two Cities

 

14:30-14:50  Timothy Ziman

Oxford scientists and the ILL, more than 30 years!

 

14:50-15:20  Elspeth Garman

20 years of Oxford-Grenoble collaboration on radiation damage research: what have we learned?

 

15:20-15:40  Matthew Bowler

Raoult's Law revisited: collaborative research between Oxford and Grenoble 130 years later

 

15:40-16:10  Coffee/tea break          

Chaired by Matthew Bowler / Edward Mitchell

16:10-16:30  Amini Massih-Reza

Supervised Learning with a focus on Deep-Learning

 

16:30-17:00  David Stuart

Virus crystallography in the early days of the ESRF

 

17:00-18:00   Round table

S. Cusack, E. Garman, A. Harrison, M. Johnson, Y. Lakhnech, M. C. Simiand, J. Susini

Present collaborations and perspectives for the future.

 

18:00-19:00  Aperitif                  

 

19:00 – Barbecue (ESRF chalet)                              

 

 

 

TUESDAY 28 MAY

Chaired by Jean-François Legrand

8:30-8:50       Helen Lawton Smith & Dimitris Assimakopoulos

Oxford and Grenoble: twin cities in divergent pathways?

 

8:50-9:10       Gilles Novarina

Is the technopolis enough to become a metropolis?


9:10-9:30      Emmanuel Bossy

An introduction to photoacoustic imaging


9:30-10:00     Robin Cleveland

Physical limits on the negative pressure inside a photoacoustic source

 

10:00-10:30  Jeffrey Penfold

Biosurfactant and biosurfactant / surfactant adsorption: meeting the environmental challenge

 

10:30-11:00  Coffee/tea break

Chaired by Carlo Petosa

11:00-11:20  Philippe Cinquin

Deep Care: AI for patient empowering with a participatory health project

 

11:20-11:50  Andrew Boothroyd

The EPN Campus and its extraordinary contribution to materials physics: A personal view from Oxford

 

11:50-12:10  Andrew Wildes

Misfits and dislocations: from Oxford to Grenoble


12:10-12:30  Elsa Lhotel

Pyrochlore oxides: Spin ice and the search for magnetic monopoles

 

12:30-13:00  Anthony Watts

Complementarity of isotopic labelling in biomembrane studies over 30+ years - NMR, neutrons, X-rays and XFELs 

 

13:00  BUFFET & FAREWELL

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