DanScatt Annual meeting 2022 was held on 17 and 18 August in Copenhagen University with around 140 participators
The event started at 11:00 with the registration of the participants and sandwiches in H. C. Ørsted Institute.
At 12:00 Hennig Friis Poulsen welcomed everybody at the Lundbeck Auditorium.
Welcome with Henning Friis Poulsen
Multiple researchers presented their works on the event – see more below.
The event contained a PhD price for the best thesis, sponsored by Xnovo Technology. This year the winner was Jette Katja Mathiesen from the Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen for her thesis: When One Is Not Enough: From Mono- to Bimetallic Nanocrystals with a Look towards High-Entropy Alloys.
In the afternoon on 17th August, in the hall of H. C. Ørsted Institute the participants could show their posters and discuss with others over a glass of wine or beer!
At the end of the event, on 18 August, the 3 best posters were awarded: those of Kristine Krighaar, Rebecca Svart Silberg and Verena Markmann.
PhD poster winners
Further are the participants which presented their work as well as the topics they work on.
Prof. Anja Verena Mudring, Aarhus University
Andrea Kirsch, University of Copenhagen
Theodor Holstad, DTU
Theodor Holstad from DTU presented his work “Dynamic Dark-Field X-ray Microscopy – movies of ultrafast events
deep inside diamonds and other solids”.
Azadeh Shahsavar, Aarhus University
Shinji Kihara, University of Copenhagen
Shinji Kihara presented his work about Protein Corona and Gut Corona: Understand their Structures Using SAS Techniques.
Prof. Leila Lo Leggio, Univercity of Copenhagen
Ulla Gro Nielsen, University of Southern Denmark
Ulla Gro Nielsen from University of Southern Denmark presented her work in The chemical pathway from waste to resource and the materials needed to do this
Simon Wall, Aarhus University
Verena Markmann, DTU
Marcel Mudrich, Aarhus University
Marcel Mudrich presented his research in XUV spectroscopy and imaging of helium nanodroplets.
Shuai Wei, Aarhus University
Shuai Wei from Aarhus University talked about The first result of femtosecond X-ray diffraction experiments on Phase-Change Materials from EU-XFEL.
Kasper Steen Pedersen, DTU
Inês Catarina Batista Martins, Copenhagen University
Frederik Gjørup, Aarhus University
Frederik Grørup from Aarhus University presented his research in Time-resolved bulk powder diffraction – Studying the
sintering of hierarchical materials at several length scales.
Mark Johnson, ILL
Thomas Ursby, Lund University
Jacob Lass, Paul Scherrer Institut
Jonas Sandemann, Aarhus University
Jonas Sandemann from Aarhus University presented his research in Direct visualization of magnetic interactions in frustrated spinel ZnFe2O4.
Thank you all for coming and being part of DanScatt!