Synchrotron radiation has evolved tremendously in recent decades in terms of sources, instrumentation, and applications in materials studies. The June 2016 issue of MRS Bulletin provides an overview of the state-of-the-art of synchrotron research as it relates to materials research. The articles in the issue focus on evolving and new techniques as well as applications including Laue microdiffraction, high-energy x-ray diffraction on battery materials, synchrotron radiation in high-pressure research, x-ray dark-field microscopy, and x-ray absorption spectroscopy applied to energy research. The talks in this webinar will complement the articles in the MRS Bulletin.
Talks will include:
Revealing what Lies Beneath: Microstructural Imaging using High-Energy X-rays Jonathan D. Almer, Argonne National Laboratory
Multitiscale 3D characterization with dark-field x-ray microscopy Hugh Simons, Technical University of Denmark