Advanced Imaging and Probing for Energy Application

When:
May 8, 2019 all-day
2019-05-08T00:00:00+02:00
2019-05-09T00:00:00+02:00
Where:
CSSB Lecture Hall, Building 15 | DEUTSCHES ELEKTRONEN-SYNCHROTRON DESY | D-22603 HAMBURG | Germany

08 May 2019, DESY (Hamburg, Germany)

Are you a company specialized in the energy sector? Do you want to explore how large-scale Research Infrastructures can support in your new products’ development?

Save the date for the ‘’Advanced Imaging and Probing for Energy Application’’ event, which will take place at DESY (Hamburg, Germany) on 08 May 2019. The event aims to bring together industry representatives from the energy sector as well as academics’ representatives interested in collaborating with industry to find solutions to their challenges.

For industrial R&D specialist, characterisation and imaging tools become useful when standard means fail and a trial and error approach is too expensive.

Special probes such as synchrotrons, neutron sources and high energy laser sources make processes visible that are otherwise impossible to observe. This enables, for example, the characterisation of materials, imaging components and even some systems during operation to gain understanding on how exactly they function. These tools and probes provide greater insight that could lead to better or even game-changing products.

During the event, participating companies will be introduced to a breadth of technologies available for them as well as their application and examples from research projects.

Moreover, information about the procedures to access those facilities and funding support (local, national and EU) which might be available will be presented.

Discussion topics will include energy storage, generation, transmission and conversion.

The event’s program and registration can be found here.

Author: CERIC-ERIC

CERIC-ERIC is an integrated multidisciplinary Research Infrastructure open for basic and applied users in the fields of materials, biomaterials and nanotechnology. With a single entry point to excellent facilities, it allows structural investigation, analysis and synthesis of materials, using photon, electron, neutron, and ion based techniques.

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