Jul 10 – 12, 2024
Building 8600
US/Eastern timezone

About the workshop

Neutron scattering plays a fundamental role in investigating the structure and dynamics of quantum materials. Nevertheless, a comprehensive grasp of these materials often necessitates a multi-faceted approach. The workshop's primary goal is to foster collaboration within the scientific community, facilitating mutual education among practitioners of different techniques. This will result in a deeper understanding of each technique's strengths, weaknesses, limitations, recent advancements, and future directions. Furthermore, it may serve as a wellspring of inspiration for the development of new instruments and creative applications for existing neutron devices.

Confirmed Speakers:

Miaofang Chi (Oak Ridge National Lab)

Pat Clancy (McMaster University)

Raphael Hermann (Oak Ridge National Lab)

Xianglin Ke (Michigan State University)

Wonhee Ko (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

Graham Luke (McMaster University)

Jeffrey Lynn (NIST Center for Neutron Research)

Michael Manley (Oak Ridge National Lab)

Hu Miao (Oak Ridge National Lab)

Hendrik Ohldag (Laurence Berkley Lab)

Brenden Ortiz (Oak Ridge National Lab)

Rob  Schurko (Florida State University)

John Singleton (Los Alamos National Lab)

Matthew Stone (Oak Ridge National Lab)

Yishu Wang (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

Stephan Rosenkranz (Argonne National Lab)


The workshop is organized by the scientists in the Neutron Scattering Division:

Songxue Chi  (chis@ornl.gov )
Tao Hong   (hongt@ornl.gov)
Wei Tian ( tianwn@ornl.gov )
Qiang Zhang (zhangq6@ornl.gov)

There is no registration fee. Registration closes on May 13, 2024. We will accept 50 participants. Acceptance to the workshop is based on information provided when registering. Those accepted are expected to arrange for their own travel and accommodation.

Lunch is provided.

The conference venue will be Building 8600, Room C-156, at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 37830, USA.

Building 8600
Room C-156