09.03.2020 08:30 Uhr


10.03.2020 16:30 Uhr


Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung Haus 5, Ludwig-Erhard-Saal
Unter den Eichen 87
12205 Berlin


Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung

This workshop is thought as impulse for the industrial and materials science community around BAM to the use of such expensive but indeed invaluable tools. It aims at giving an overview of what is currently established and ready-to-go, and what is under development at such large scale facilities. A fan of techniques and materials science problems will be discussed, from imaging techniques to stress determination, hosting world experts in the field.


9th March 2020

08:30 - 09:00 UhrRegistration
09:00 - 09:10 Uhr


Giovanni Bruno, BAM, Germany

Session 1 - Residual Stress and Mechanical Behavior
09:10 - 09:35 Uhr

Residual stress in Additive Manufacturing

Alexander Evans, BAM, Germany

09:35 - 10:00 Uhr

Materials Science at FRM II

Michael Hofmann, FRM II, Germany

10:00 - 10:25 Uhr

Aluminum alloys fractal creep substructure and neutron diffraction

Ricardo Fernandez, CENIM, Spain

10:25 - 11:10 UhrCoffee Break & Networking
11:10 - 11:35 Uhr

Near surface X-ray diffraction stress analysis under synchrotron and laboratory conditions – a comparative study

Christoph Genzel, HZB, Germany

11:35 - 12:00 Uhr

Effect of microstructure on mechanical properties and residual stresses in interpenetrating aluminum-alumina composites fabricated by squeeze casting

Fabrizio Fiori, University Ancona, Italy

12:00 - 12:25 Uhr

Reversible and irreversible nature of microscopic residual stresses in structural materials

Gaspar Gonzalez-Doncel, CENIM, Spain

12:25 - 14:00 UhrLunch
Session 2 - Imaging
14:00 - 14:25 Uhr

Synchrotron X-ray tomography: Time resolved in-situ experiments and combining tomography and diffraction at the PSICHE beamline, Synchrotron SOLEIL

Andy King, Soleil, France

14:25 - 14:50 Uhr

Application of Neutron Tomography on Hydrogen Embrittlement Problems

Axel Griesche, BAM, Germany

14:50 - 15:15 Uhr

Neutron Imaging in Materials Science

Ingo Manke, HZB, Germany

15:15 - 16:00 UhrCoffee Break & Networking
16:00 - 16:25 Uhr

Applications of Neutron Imaging to the solution of problems in Materials Science

Burkhard Schillinger, FRM II, Germany

16:25 - 16:50 Uhr

Synchrotron X-ray Computed Tomography - Applications in Metrology and Material Science

Christian Gollwitzer, PTB, Germany

16:50 - 17:15 Uhr

The use of 3D-4D imaging to assist the development of novel Ti alloys tailored to additive manufacturing

Guillermo Requena, DLR, Germany

17:15 UhrEnd

10th March 2020

Session 3 - Applications
09:00 - 09:25 Uhr

Access to large scale facilities at industrial level

Grethe Vestergaard Jensen, DTI, Denmark

09:25 - 09:55 Uhr

Neutron Total Scattering and Disordered Materials

Gabriel Cuello, ILL, France

09:55 - 10:15 Uhr

What do we use Neutrons in Molecular Magnetism?

Javier Campo, ICMA, Spain

10:15 - 11:00 UhrCoffee Break & Networking
11:00 - 11:25 Uhr

Inelastic neutron scattering as a tool to investigate polymers of intrinsic microporosity for green membrane processes and electronic applications

Andreas Schönhals, BAM, Germany

11:25 - 11:50 Uhr

More of the same, please! Standardizing a perfectionist X-ray Scattering methodology for labs and synchrotrons

Brian Richard Pauw, BAM, Germany

11:50 - 12:15 Uhr

Neutron imaging and di raction for Heritage Science

Francesco Grazzi, CNRS, Italy

12:15 - 13:45 UhrLunch
Session 4 - Residual stress and mechanical behavior
13:45 - 14:10 Uhr

Plasticity of magnesium alloys

Gerardo Garcés, CENIM, Spain

14:10 - 14:35 Uhr

Effects of slip, twinning and phase transformation driven deformation on mechanical performance in metals

Joe Kelleher, ISIS, United Kingdom

14:35 - 15:00 Uhr

Stress analysis and high resolution diffraction with RTOF method at long-pulse neutron source

Gizo Bokuchava, FLNP, Russia

15:00 - 15:40 UhrCoffee Break & Networking
15:40 - 16:05 Uhr

A critical discussion of the residual stress determination by diffraction methods

Giovanni Bruno, BAM, Germany

16:05 - 16:30 UhrQuestion and Answer Session
16:30 UhrEnd


Large scale facility research, namely at Neutron Sources and Synchrotron Rings, offers world-class materials characterization. The superior properties of Neutrons (penetration capability, types of interaction) and the brilliance of Synchrotron sources indeed offer capabilities unequalled by lab equipment.

While access to both neutron and synchrotron facilities is neither cheap nor continuous (unlike some laboratory equipment), scientific arguments have to date been identified why we should use such sources and even expand their capacity. So, the European Spallation Source is upcoming and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility will be strongly upgraded.

The grand goal is that the industrial community could invest more (time and money) in such instruments, and leverage on their unique capabilities to solve technological problems, thereby increasing their impact on society.


The symposium will be hosted by BAM and will take place in Berlin on 9th to 10th of March, 2020.

Please note: Travel and accommodation costs shall be covered by the participants.

There is no participation fee for the event. Coffee breaks during the symposium will be provided by BAM.

We can host max 100 participants. A compulsory registration should be made by February 29th, 2020 at