UK Engineering Neutron User Meeting 2019
24 Sep 2019



The UK Engineering Neutron User Meeting 2019 will be held on the 24-25 September 2019 at Milton Hill House in Steventon.




We are pleased to announce that the UK Engineering Neutron User Meeting 2019 will be held on the 24-25 September 2019 (lunchtime to lunchtime) at Milton Hill House in Steventon OX13 6AF.
Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Update on new engineering instrument ε-MAP
  • Updates from ENGIN-X and IMAT
  • International Stress Engineering Centre (I-SEC) developments
  • Student Poster Session

24 September 2019
Chair: Saurabh Kabra (ISIS)
13.30 Zoë Bowden (ISIS Deputy Director & Head of ISIS Operations) – Opening address
13.40 Tung Lik Lee (ISIS) – Update on eMAP & ENGIN-X
14.00 Winfried Kockelmann (ISIS) - Update on IMAT
14:20 Stephen Nneji (ISIS) – Update on SSCANSS 2
14.40 John Bouchard (Open University) – Update on International Stress Engineering Centre (I-SEC)
15.00 Coffee

Chair: Winfried Kockelmann (ISIS)
15.40 Catrin Davies (Imperial College London) - Residual Stress prediction and measurements in 316L manufactured
by Selective Laser Melting
16.00 John Francis (University of Manchester) - TBC
16.20 Dong Liu (University of Bristol) – In situ characterisation of the elastic and inelastic deformation in nuclear
graphite using neutron diffraction
16.40 Diego Alba-Venero (ISIS) - In-situ precipitate grow, a SANS point of view
18.00 Dinner

25 September 2019
Chair: Joe Kelleher (ISIS)
9.00 Giovanni Romanelli (ISIS) – Visualization of the Catalyzed Nuclear-Spin Conversion of Molecular Hydrogen
Using Energy-Selective Neutron Imaging
9.20 Yiqiang Wang (CCFE) – The influence of nanoparticles on the creep behaviour of Eurofer97 steels
9.40 Foroogh Hosseinzadeh (Open University) – Validating the advances in the Contour Method using Neutron
10.00 Jiawei Mi (University of Hull) - Neutron diffraction and imaging studies of structural and functional materials
10.20 Coffee

Chair: Tung Lik Lee (ISIS)
11.00 Lei Tang (University of Birmingham) - Revealing strain-induced twinning and phase
transformation of FCC alloys via in situ neutron diffraction
11.15 Ruiyao Zhang (University of Leicester) - Using variant selection to facilitate  peak fitting in neutron
11.30 Stefanos Athanasopoulos (Lund University) – Studying granular media under load by TOF neutron diffraction
11.45 Sunil Anandatheertha (University of Coventry) - Crystallographic orientation dependent residual strain
accumulation in laser shock peened aluminium alloys
12.00 Lunch​
Contact: de Laune, Rosie (STFC,RAL,ISIS)