Invited Speakers :

  • André Authier (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie, Paris) Early Days of X-ray Diffraction and the Birth of the Dynamical Theory
  • Anton Barty (DESY) Serial crystallography with X-ray free electron lasers
  • Dina Carbone (Max IV) X-ray Nanobeams : a great tool for nanoscience
  • Peter Cloetens (ESRF) X-ray nano-tomography through nano-focusing
  • Ana Diaz (Swiss Light Source) X-ray ptychography: from technique development to applications
  • Johan Gustafson (Lund Univ.) High-energy surface X-ray diffraction applied to model catalysis
  • Martin Holt (Argonne National Lab.) Strain Imaging of Nanoscale Semiconductor Heterostructures with X-ray Bragg Projection Ptychography
  • Christoph Kirchlechner (MPI Düsseldorf) In situ micromechanics: An overview on µLaue based experiments
  • Erik Lauridsen (Denmark) Diffraction Contrast Tomography on a 3-D Laboratory X-ray Microscope
  • Alessandro Olivo (University College London) Current state of development and future perspectives of edge-illumination
  • Paul Tafforeau (ESRF) Phase contrast imaging of fossils: how synchrotrons revolutionized palaeontology
  • Maria Tsoutsouva (ESRF) Defect characterisation of 'mono-like' silicon for photovoltaic applications using quantitative X-ray diffraction imagin
  • Thomas van de Kamp (KIT) Time-resolved in vivo tomography for tracking morphological dynamics