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MLZ Workshop: Automation in Diffraction

Europe/Berlin
Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), TU München

Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), TU München

Lichtenbergstraße 2 a, 85748 Garching
Anatoliy Senyshyn
Description

Level of automation in lab and large-scale facility experiments display enourmous increase in recent decades, where progress in diffraction studies of various kind is very remarkable. Relevance for automation in diffraction is driven by a multitude of reasons, ranging from improving efficiency in data collection and analysis, mail in and remote experiments to enabling more advanced and complex studies.

In order to adress them, we organise one day „noon-to-noon“ Workshop „Automation in Diffraction“ taking place in Garching b. München on March, 14-15, 2024. The goal is to gather diffraction specialists and to discuss the challenges and solution strategies towards automation in diffraction experiments with respect to increase of instrumental throughput, enhancement of rapid and remote access as well as mail in services in diffraction applications.

  • Thursday, March 14
    • Registration
    • 12:00 PM
      Lunch
    • 1
      Introduction
      Speaker: Juergen Neuhaus
    • 2
      Organisational details
      Speaker: Anatoliy Senyshyn
    • 3
      High-Precision Visual Servoing for the Neutron Diffractometer STRESS-SPEC at FRM II
      Speaker: Michael Hofmann
    • 4
      Automation at Macromolecular Crystallography - The High-Throughput Beamline P11 at PETRA III
      Speaker: Helena Taberman (DESY)
    • 5
      Automation in instrument control with NICOS
      Speaker: Jens Krueger
    • 6
      Synchrotron Powder Diffraction in High Throughput
      Speaker: Bernd Hinrichsen (Chemovator)
    • 2:30 PM
      Coffee break
    • 7
      Automation for kinetic studies
      Speaker: Christina Hoffmann (ORNL)
    • 8
      Automated data processing and feedback pipeline at Swedish Materials Science beamline
      Speaker: Zoltan Hegedues (DESY)
    • 9
      Powder Diffraction data processing at the European Spallation Source
      Speaker: Celine Durniak (European Spallation Source ERIC)
    • 10
      A high-throughput sample mounting, mail-in and metadata system for pair distribution function measurements
      Speaker: Anna Herlihy (Diamond Light Source)
    • 4:20 PM
      Coffee break
    • 11
      Reliability and High-Throughput: Applying Automation to Mass Produced as well as Tailormade Diffractometers
      Speaker: Michael Wharmby (P02.1, PETRA III, DESY)
    • 12
      In the beginning: Envisioning mail-in diffraction at 11-BM
      Speaker: Dr Brian Toby (APS)
    • 7:00 PM
      Dinner Zum Franziskaner

      Zum Franziskaner

      Residenzstraße 9, 80333 München
    • 13
      Adaptive Data Acquisition at the Hot Single Crystal Diffractometer HEiDi
      Speaker: Dr Martin Meven (RWTH Aachen University, Institute of Crystallography - Outstation at MLZ)
    • 14
      Automation at the MX beamlines of BESSY II
      Speaker: Tom Crosskey
    • 15
      EWOKS: a Meta Workflow System
      Speaker: Wout De Nolf (ESRF)
    • 16
      Flexible and fast analysis during in situ experiments
      Speaker: Mads Ry Jørgensen (Dept. of Chemistry & iNANO, Aarhus University / MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University)
    • 10:20 AM
      Coffee break
    • 17
      BL08W and BL04B2 beamlines at SPring-8
      Speaker: Jochi Tseng
    • 18
      Automated sample change systems for thermal neutron powder diffractometers at the FRMII
      Speaker: Christoph Hauf
    • 19
      Joint discussion and wrap up
      Speaker: Anatoliy Senyshyn
    • 12:10 PM
      Lunch
    • 20
      FRMII Guided Tour

      for interested participanst - valid ID and preliminary registration is needed