International Conference on X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure

Program

Time

AEST

 
0730 - 0815 Opening Ceremony

How X-ray spectroscopy in heterogeneous catalysis will benefit from the new generation synchrotron sources?

Amelie Rochet
0815 - 0830 Live Q&A with Amelie Rochet
0830 - 0840 Catalysis
M1.1: Metal nodes of Ni-MOFs as catalytic precursors for olefin oligomerization
Christian Lopes, UFRGS
Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
M1.2: Nonadiabatic small polarons produced by Ti ions in Cr1.8Ti0.2O3+z particles: A study by XANES
Martín Saleta, Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica
0840 - 0850 In-situ
M1.3: Time resolved in situ monitoring of mechanochemical transformations by X-ray spectroscopy (XAS) Paulo De Oliveira, Universidade De São Paulo
Software Data Analysis
M1.4: Araucaria: A Python library to analyze XAFS spectra
Marco Alsina, University of Talca
0850 - 0900 Instrumentation Inc. Lab Based XAS/XES Systems and New Beamline Technology
M1.5: Towards advanced data acquisition strategies for high-resolutionspectroscopic needs at the ISS beamline
Denis Leshchev, Brookhaven National Lab
Energy Storage
M1.6: Parallel and Serial Reduction
Pathways in Complex Oxide Lithium-ion Battery Anodes
Kent Griffith, Northwestern University
0900 - 0910 Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
M1.8: Electrochemical Reaction Mechanism of High-Entropy Oxides in Li-ion Batteries
Otavio Marques, Illinois Institute of Technology
0910 - 0920 Instrumentation Inc. Lab Based XAS/XES Systems and New Beamline Technology
M1.9: A Laboratory-Based Double Spectrometer for Simultaneous Measurements of P Kα and Kβ for Air-Sensitive Samples
Jared Abramson, University Of Washington
In-situ Methods
M1.10: 3D structure determination of active Pt clusters on an α-Al2O3(0001) surface during CO oxidation by operando PTRF-XAFS technique
Bang Lu, Hokkaido University
0920 - 0930 Instrumentation Inc. Lab Based XAS/XES Systems and New Beamline Technology
M1.11: A laboratory-based X-ray absorption system with synchrotron-like performance
Yiyao Tian, Sigray, Inc.
New Methods and Combination of Techniques
M1.12: The XAS Resource Workbook (XAS-RW): An Open-Source Instructional Guide for New XAS Users
Charles Cardot, University Of Washington
0930 - 0940 Catalysis
M1.13: An In-situ XAFS Study of Olefin Oxidation on Titanium Silicalite
Luke Harvey, The University Of Newcastle
Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
M1.14: Chemical composition dependent local lattice distortions in high entropy alloys by a combination of XAFS and XRD
Yuanyuan Tan, Institute of Mechanics
0940 - 0950 Catalysis
M1.15: Carbon Supported Rhodium and Iridium Hybrid Catalysts for Selective Hydrosilylation of Alkynes
Max Roemer, The University of Sydney
Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
M1.16: New on the Physics Menu: Superconducting Sandwiches!
Andrew Chan, University of Auckland
0950 - 1000 Catalysis
M1.17: Inducing Synergy in Bimetallic RhNi Catalysts for CO2 Methanation
Helena Yuan Wang, RMIT University
Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
M1.18: Machine-learning assisted identification of atomic properties from X-ray spectroscopies
Yiming Chen, University Of California San Diego
1000 - 1030 1000 - 1005
Nanoprobe
Martin De Jonge, ANSTO

1005 - 1025
XAS, XES and XFM capabilities of the new Australian medium energy X-ray beamline
Chris Glover, ANSTO

1025 - 1030
Live Q&A
1030 - 1130 Poster Viewing Time
1130 - 1530 BREAK
1530 - 1540 Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
M2.1: Dimerization of nickel ions in ZnWO4-NiWO4 solid solutions as-evidenced by EXAFS spectroscopy
Georgijs Bakradze, University of Latvia
Atoms and Molecules
M2.2: Temperature and time-resolved XANES studies of novel valence tautomeric cobalt complex
Svetlana Shapovalova, Southern Federal University
1540 - 1550 Chemically Specific Imaging with XAS
M2.4: Local atomic structures of borate glasses: X-ray absorption analysis and computer modeling
Alexandra Ermakova, Southern Federal University
1550 - 1600 Software Data Analysis
M2.5: Virtual Laboratory at European XFEL: teaching, training and experimental planning
Alexander Guda, Southern Federal University
Nanotechnology
M2.6: Recognition of bimetallic PtCu nanaparticles architecture using EXAFS
Daria Tolchina, Southern Federal University
1600 - 1610 Energy Storage
M2.7: Laboratory operando XAS study of iron(II) fluoride based conversion cathode material for Li-ion batteries
Viktor Shapovalov, Southern Federal University
X-ray Microscopy and Tomography
M2.8: Visualization of Structural Heterogeneities in Spinel Lithium Nickel Manganese Oxide Particle by Ptychography-XAFS
Hideshi Uematsu, Tohoku University
1610 - 1620 Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
M2.9: Determining a Robust Long- and Short-Range Order Structural Model for ‘Stuffed’ Pyrochlores as Solid Electrolytes
Bryce Mullens, The University of Sydney
In-situ Methods
M2.10: First results of in-situ X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy study on charging-discharging cycles of lithium-ion battery at Indus-2 SRS
Abharana N, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
1620 - 1630 BREAK
1630 - 1715 A chemist view of electronic structure: Lessons from laboratory and synchrotron x-ray spectroscopy
Serena DeBeer
1715 - 1730 Live Q&A with Serena DeBeer
1730 - 1740 Environmental Science
M3.1: Migration and speciation of anthropogenic uranium in natural soils
Simon Bayle, Université Côte D'azur
Instrumentation Inc. Lab Based XAS/XES Systems and New Beamline Technology
M3.2: Newly established X-ray spectroscopy user endstation at ELI-Beamlines
Anna Zymaková, ELI Beamlines
1740 - 1750 Magnetism
M3.3: Determination of the magnetism in spinel ferrites by site occupancy and valence
Julia Lumetzberger, University Linz
Life Science, Biology, Biochemistry and Medicine
M3.4: The interaction of plutonium with iron storage protein, ferritin
Cyril Zurita, Institut De Chimie Nice
1750 - 1800 New Methods and Theory
M3.5: Simulating x-ray optical activity in quartz using first principle calculations
Solal Lellouche, IMPMC
Magnetism
M3.6: Kondo effect and crystal field properties of rare earths explored by XMCD measurements at ultra-low temperature
Weibin Li, SOLEIL Synchrotron
1800 - 1810   Energy Storage
M3.8: Structural insight into the electroactivity of a CuS-based composite electrode material for all-solid-state lithium battery
Angelo Mullaliu, Helmholtz Institute Ulm; Karsruher Institute für Technologie
1810 - 1820 Radioactive and Nuclear Materials
M3.10: Expanding the working range of actinide M5-edge HR-XANES spectroscopy: Speciation of 1 ppm-140 ppm neptunium adsorbed on clay
Bianca Schacherl, Karlsruhe Insititute of Technology
1820 - 1830 New Methods and Combination of Techniques
M3.11: Unraveling the depths of complex alloys with grazing exit XANES
Cafer Tufan Cakir, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung
In-situ Methods
M3.12: In situ HERFD-XANES and X-ray scattering studies on the non-classical formation of CoO nano-assemblies in solution
Lukas Grote, University of Hamburg
1830 - 1840 Atoms and Molecules
M3.14: Structural characterization of deep eutectic solvents and their mixtures with water and methanol
Matteo Busato, Università di Roma “La Sapienza”
1840 - 1850 New Methods and Theory
M3.15: Revisiting the FEFF-based EXAFS fit through a Supervised Machine Learning Approach
Andrea Martini, University Of Turin
Surfaces and Interfaces
M3.16: Caught while dissolving: interfacial solvation properties of the Mg2+ ion revealed by Operando soft X-ray absorption spectroscopy at ambient pressure
Francesco Tavani, Università di Roma “La Sapienza”
1850 - 1900 Catalysis
M3.17: Operando Laboratory-based XANES analysis at Multiple K edges of CO2 Hydrogenation Catalysts
Nina S. Genz, Utrecht University
In-situ Methods
M3.18: Rearrangement of the electronic structure induced by oxidation of titanium probed by means of X-ray spectroscopy methods
Klaudia Wojtaszek, Institute Of Nuclear Physics PAS
1900 - 1910 Nanotechnology
M3.19: Microliter-stirred sample setup for X-ray spectroscopy analysis of nanomaterials in suspension
Rafał Fanselow, Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences
X-ray Raman and Soft Edges
M3.20: X-ray absorption spectroscopy at SOLARIS for industrial applications
Piotr Ciochoń, National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS
1910 - 1920 Atoms and Molecules
M3.21: X-ray absorption spectroscopy of (3,4,5)p element hydrides
Robert Hauko, University of Maribor
Catalysis
M3.22: Unraveling the evolution of the local-coordination environment and metal oxidation state in a Mn-Mo bimetallic catalyst during exposure to a reactive atmosphere by temperature-resolved XAS
Wilson Henao, Instituto de Tecnología Química (ITQ)
1920 - 1930 Life Science, Biology, Biochemistry and Medicine
M3.23: X-ray Absorption Fine Structure as an in situ method of nanothermometry for intracellular hyperthermia
Alvaro Munoz Noval, University Complutense of Madrid
1930 - 1940 Earth and Environmental Sciences
M3.25: Strontium and Cesium Geochemistry in Clayey Soils, and the Impacts of Silica Grout
Pieter Bots, University of Strathclyde
Environmental Science
M3.26: Important role of open copper sites on adsorption of various molecules in Cu-BTC metal organic framework
Iuliia Mikulska, Diamond Light Source Ltd.
1940 - 1950 New Methods and Theory
M3.27: Soft XAS as a tool for locating protons in organic crystal structures: A Classical Electrostatic model of Hydrogen Bonding and Brønsted Proton Transfer
Paul Edwards, University of Leeds
Life Science, Biology, Biochemistry and Medicine
M3.28: X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopic study of the interactions of new phosphorescent dyes under biological conditions
Kartika Wardhani, The University of Sydney
1950 - 2000

Time

AEST

 
0700 - 0730  
0730 - 0815 Taking Roads Less Traveled to Uncover the Structure of Rust Minerals: Ferrihydrite
Kevin Rosso
0815 - 0830 Live Q&A with Kevin Rosso
0830 - 0840
0840 - 0850 Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T1.3: Local atomic structure of porous InxGa1-xSb films modified by ion irradiation
Charles Bolzan, UFRGS
In-situ
T1.4: In-situ / operando XAS characterization of ZSM-5 supported Mo catalysts to identify the pathway to the active species for methane dehydroaromatization
Nirmalendu Patra, Stanford University
0850 - 0900 Software Data Analysis
T1.5: An algorithm for deglitching XAS data
Samuel Wallace, Northwestern University
Chemically Specific Imaging with XAS
T1.6: Chemically Mapping Uranium Oxide Stoichiometry in Spent Nuclear Fuel Focused Ion Beam Sections using Oxygen K-edge Spectromicroscopy
Alexander Ditter, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
0900 - 0910 Electro Catalysis
T1.7: Evidence of Irreversible Dynamic Changes of Mixed Metal Oxides During Oxygen Evolution Reaction from X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
Jiyun Hong, Slac National Accelerator Laboratory
Software Data Analysis
T1.8: Multivariate Curve Resolution for in situ XAS: general strategy and constraint selection
Denis Leshchev, Brookhaven National Lab
0910 - 0920 Instrumentation Inc. Lab Based XAS/XES Systems and New Beamline Technology
T1.9: A new HERFD-XAS imaging spectrometer at SSRL beam line 6-2
Nicholas Edwards, Slac National Accelerator Laboratory
Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T1.10: Molar Normalization and the Emergence of Isosbestic Points in Solution Phase Valence-to-Core X-ray Emission Spectroscopy of Battery Electrolytes
Diwash Dhakal, University of Washington
0920 - 0930 Catalysis
T1.11: In situ XAS investigation for the working structure of stable Ni catalyst in CO2 dry reforming of CH4
Wenjie Yang, The University of Sydney
Spectroscopies at XFEL Sources, Time-Resolved and Ultrafast Techniques
T1.12: Advances In Time-Resolved Laser Pump X-ray Multi-probe Absorption Spectroscopy at the APS
Eli Kinigstein, Argonne National Lab
0930 - 0940 Catalysis
T1.13: XANES analysis of the nickel phosphide catalysts by theoretical approaches
Md Harun Al Rashid, Hokkaido University
Chemically Specific Imaging with XAS
T1.14: XANES Studies of Brain Zinc Homeostasis and Its Role During Cognitive Decline and Ageing
Ashley Hollings, Curtin University
0940 - 0950 Electro Catalysis
T1.15: Structure investigation of Pt nanoclusters deposited on flat carbon support – A model catalyst for fuel cell electrode by operando BCLA / HERFD+BI-XAFS method
Kaiyue Dong, Hokkaido University
Life Science, Biology, Biochemistry and Medicine
T1.16: Speciation studies of Ru(II) anticancer complexes in biological systems with infrared and x-ray absorption spectroscopies
Thomas Stewart, The University of Sydney
0950 - 1000 Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T1.17: Study of the electronic structure of Pt-based bimetallic systems by HERFD-XAS and XES
Jiatang Chen, Keio University
Catalysis
T1.18: Selective Deoxygenation of Biomass Volatiles into Light Oxygenates Catalysed by S-Doped, Nanosized Zinc-Rich Scrap Tyre Char with In-situ Formed Multiple Acidic Sites
Qiaoqiao Zhou, Monash University
1000 - 1010 Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T1.19: Dielectric response of BaTiO3 electronic states under AC fields via microsecond time-resolved X-ray absorption spectroscopy
Seiya Kato, Hiroshima University
New Methods and Combination of Techniques
T1.20: Unsupervised Machine Learning and Chemical Classification in X-ray Absorption Spectroscopies
Samantha Tetef, University of Washington
1010 - 1020 New Methods and Theory
T1.21: Full-potential multiple scattering calculations in EXAFS regime
Yoshiaki Tamura, University of Toyama
Earth and Environmental Sciences
T1.22: Tracing the fate of metals during passive and accelerated mineral carbonation of mine tailings.
Jessica Hamilton, ANSTO - Australian Synchrotron
1020 - 1030 Software Data Analysis
T1.23: Assessing the accuracy of Reverse Monte Carlo method for EXAFS data analysis
Fabio Iesari, Aichi Synchrotron Radiation Centre
1030 - 1130 Poster Viewing Time
1130 - 1530 BREAK
1530 - 1540 Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T2.1: XAS and RXES studies of phase transitions in CuMo1-xWxO4 solid solutions
Inga Pudza, University of Latvia
Catalysis
T2.2: Evolution of Ru-sites in homogenous hydrodeoxygenation catalyst by Ru K-edge XANES analysis using machine learning approaches
Elizaveta Kozyr, Southern Federal University
1540 - 1550
1550 - 1600 New Methods and Theory
T2.5: Application of machine learning algorithms for quantitative analysis of XANES spectra
Alexander Guda, Southern Federal University
Catalysis
T2.6: In situ monitoring of Pd NPs growth in UiO-66: FTIR and XAS study
Andrei Tereshchenko, Southern Federal University
1600 - 1610 In-situ
T2.8: Insight into the charging-discharging of magnetite electrodes: In situ XAS and DFT study
Chandari Nayak, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
1610 - 1620 New Methods and Combination of Techniques
T2.9: A novel multimodal probe for optical fluorescence, vibrational spectroscopy and XFM imaging
Jiarun Lin, The University of Sydney
Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T2.10: Crystallization of transition-metal oxides in aqueous solution studied using in-situ XAFS
Sang-wook Han, Jeonbuk National University
1620 - 1630 BREAK
1630 - 1715 Unveiling the Nature of Active Site in Heterogeneous Metal Catalysis
Junling Lu
1715 - 1730 Live Q&A with Junling Lu
1730 - 1740 Environmental Science
T3.1: Impact of Al and Si ions on the structural organization of Fe-OM nanoaggregates
Anthony Beauvois, Sorbonne Université
 
1740 - 1750 Magnetism
T3.3: Mo4Ce4Al7C3 nanolamellar ferromagnetic Kondo lattice studied with XANES and XMCD
Maxime Barbier, ESRF
New Methods and Theory
T3.4: How temperature impacts the multipole transitions probed in XAS and XRS
Steven Delhommaye, Sorbonne Université
1750 - 1800 Magnetism
T3.5: Magnetic properties of binary ferrofluids investigated by RIXS-MCD spectroscopy
Malika Khelfallah, IMPMC
Radioactive and Nuclear Materials
T3.6: New developments at the MARS beamline of Synchrotron SOLEIL
Myrtille O.J.Y. Humault, SOLEIL Synchrotron
1800 - 1810 Catalysis
T3.7: Effect of interfacial structure on catalytic properties of bimetallic nanoparticles
Akhil Tayal, Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron
Instrumentation Inc. Lab Based XAS/XES Systems and New Beamline Technology
T3.8: Energy Dispersive X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy with an Inverse-Compton X-ray Source
Juanjuan Huang,Technical University Of Munich
1810 - 1820 Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T3.9: Operando synchrotron studies of high-capacity Mn-hexacyanoferrate for energy storage applications
Angelo Mullaliu, Helmholtz Institute Ulm; Karsruher Institute für Technologie
Instrumentation Inc. Lab Based XAS/XES Systems and New Beamline Technology
T3.10: Laboratory optical pump soft X-ray probe NEXAFS spectroscopy on organic thin films
Adrian Jonas, Technical Universtity Berlin
1820 - 1830 Spectroscopies at XFEL Sources, Time-Resolved and Ultrafast Techniques
T3.11: Femtosecond energy transfer in Fe(II)-Co(III) photocatalyst directly observed with X-ray emission spectroscopy
Tae-kyu Choi, European Xfel
Instrumentation Inc. Lab Based XAS/XES Systems and New Beamline Technology
T3.12: Laboratory-XAFS and its application fields at the Technische Universität Berlin
Sebastian Praetz, TU Berlin
1830 - 1840 New Methods and Combination of Techniques
T3.13: Principal Component Analysis as the key for the XANES Spectral Decomposition problem: when the Transformation Matrix is better than the MCR-ALS approach
Andrea Martini, University Of Turin
Instrumentation Inc. Lab Based XAS/XES Systems and New Beamline Technology
T3.14: A software-based solution for continuous scan measurements at XAFS beamline at Elettra
Danilo Oliveira De Souza, Elettra-sincrotrone Trieste S.c.p.a.
1840 - 1850 New Methods and Combination of Techniques
T3.15: A new internally heated diamond anvil cell system for time resolved optical and x-ray measurements.
Yimin Mijiti, University Of Camerino
Life Science, Biology, Biochemistry and Medicine
T3.16: Prospective copper(II) anticancer compounds’ examination with the X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
Wiktoria Stańczyk, Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN
1850 - 1900 X-ray Scattering, Electron Spectroscopy, Photo-in & Photon-out Spectroscopy
T3.17: Temperature driven self-doping of magnetic polarons in magnetite
Hebatalla Elnaggar, Utrecht University
New Methods and Theory
T3.18: Relativistic corrections to phase shift calculation in the GNXAS package
Nodoka Hara, University of Toyama
1900 - 1910 XAS in the Medium Energy Range
T3.19: The new beamline SOLABS for X-ray spectroscopy in the tender energy range at SOLARIS
Alexey Maximenko, National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS
New Methods and Combination of Techniques
T3.20: Exploration of sub-fs dynamics in matter with the concept of X-ray chronoscopy
Wojciech Błachucki, Institute Of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy Of Sciences
1910 - 1920 Environmental Science
T3.21: Speciation analysis in selenium biofortified wheat plants exposed to cadmium pollution
Nithyapriya Manivannan, Alba Spanish Light Source
In-situ Methods
T3.22: Monitoring and quantifying morphological and structural changes in electrode materials under operando conditions
Marcus Fehse, Cicenergigune
1920 - 1930 Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T3.24: X-ray absorption spectroscopy study of CuO at high pressure: Unveiling the correlation between local, vibrational and electronic structure.
Vera Cuartero, Centro Universitario de la Defensa
1930 - 1940 In-situ Methods
T3.25: Study of the mechanism of nucleation of platinum nanoparticles through X-ray absorption spectroscopy using a continuous flow microfluidic device
Sylvia Britto, Diamond Light Source Ltd
Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T3.26: Combined EXAFS and XPDF analysis of calcium methoxide short-range structure
Thokozile Kathyola, University of Leeds
1940 - 1950 Catalysis
T3.27: Electrochemical Redox Couples: A Combined XAS and Modulation excitation study
Armando Ibraliu, University of Manchester
Materials Science and Energy-Related Materials
T3.28: Oxygen vacancy driven orbital reconstruction at the surface of TiO2 core-shell nanocrystals
Vinod K. Paidi, Pohang Accelerator Laboratory
1950 - 2000 Closing Ceremony