4-8 September 2016
Peking University, Beijing, China
Asia/Shanghai timezone

Monday September 5, 2016

08:20-08:40

 Opening ceremony,       Chair: Zhiyu Guo

08:40-10:10

Session MO1

Industrial Applications - 1,      Chair: Yasushi Saito

08:40-09:10

MO11

ID1

LEHMANN, E

Recent Applications of Neutron Imaging Methods

09:10-09:30

MO12

ID12

Bücherl T

A feasibility study on reactor based fission neutron radiography of 200-l waste packages

09:30-09:50

MO13

ID34

DE BEER, F

PEM Water Electrolysis : Preliminary Investigations Using Neutron Radiography

09:50-10:10

MO14

ID71

TAKETANI, A

Observation of water distribution on under-film corroded steels by using RIKEN compact neutron source

10:50-12:30

Session MO2

Scientific Applications - 1,      Chair: Ulf Garbe

10:50-11:10

MO21

ID25

STROBL, M

Neutron Imaging: An Advanced Neutron Scattering Tool For Material Science

11:10-11:30

MO22

ID95

ARIF, M

NIST's capabilities for materials science research using neutron imaging

11:30-11:50

MO23

ID3

TRTIK, P

High-resolution neutron tomography of superconducting multifilament MgB2 wires

11:50-12:10

MO24

ID57

SATO, H

Mapping of inverse pole figure of crystalline grains by pulsed neutron transmission

12:10-12:30

MO25

ID65

BROOKS, A

A Comparison of X-ray and Neutron Grating-Based Interferometry of Batteries, Crystals, and Additive Manufacturing Samples

13:40-15:20

Session MO3

Industrial Applications - 2,     Chair: Daniel Hussey

13:40-14:00

MO31

ID56

TREMSIN, A

Microstructure of additive manufactured and conventional engineering materials studied by energy resolved neutron imaging

14:00-14:20

MO32

ID80

KAMIYAMA, T

Structural Change of Carbon Anode in a Lithium-ion Battery Product Associated with Charging Process Observed by Neutron Transmission Bragg-edge Imaging

14:20-14:40

MO33

ID6

OIKAWA, K

A comparative study of the crystallite size of bent steel plates usnig Bragg-edge transmission imaging, TOF neutron diffraction, and EBSD

14:40-15:00

MO34

ID86

ITO, D

Visualization of solidification process in lead-bismuth eutectic

15:00-15:20

MO35

ID32

WEI, G

Quantitative analysis of the hydrogen concentration in Zr alloy claddings by neutron imaging

16:20-18:00

Session MO4

Software & Simulations,      Chair: Anders Kaestner

16:20-16:40

MO41

ID10

SCHILLINGER, B

A freeware path to neutron computed tomography

16:40-17:00

MO42

ID8

WANG, H

Sparse-view Reconstruction of Dynamic Process by Neutron Tomography

17:00-17:20

MO43

ID18

HO, E

Overcoming the challenges in producing accurate quantification of neutron images

17:20-17:40

MO44

ID60

SATO, H

Further improvement of the RITS code for pulsed neutron Bragg-edge transmission imaging: correction of crystallitesize analysis result and consideration of background noise due to scattered neutrons

17:40-18:00

MO45

ID118

RADEBE, M

Towards evaluation of spatial resolution of digital neutron radiography and tomography facilities

 

Tuesday September 6, 2016

08:20-10:20

Session TU1

Facilities & Instrumentations - 1,     Chair: Thomas Bücherl

08:20-08:40

TU11

ID28

CHEN, D

Recent Progress of Neutron Imaging Facility and Applications at CARR

08:40-09:00

TU12

ID2

KICHANOV, S

Neutron radiography and tomography facility on the reactor IBR-2: applied research

09:00-09:20

TU13

ID37

LI, H

neutron imaging development at China Academy of Engineering Physics (CAEP)

09:20-09:40

TU14

ID98

KING, J

Design and Upgrades to the Mines Neutron Radiography Facility

09:40-10:00

TU15

ID61

KHAWEERAT, S

The early stage of neutron tomography for cultural heritage study in Thailand

10:00-10:20

TU16

ID62

CHRISTENSEN, S

Neutron Radiography using a High-Flux, Compact, Neutron Generator

10:50-12:30

Session TU2

Methods - 1,      Chair: Eberhard Lehmann

10:50-11:10

TU21

ID108

ABIR, M

Neutron focusing mirrors to enable high resolution neutron imaging at Idaho National Laboratory

11:10-11:30

TU22

ID19

REIMANN, T

Diffractive imaging of Skyrmion nucleation in MnSi using a micro-channel plate

11:30-11:50

TU23

ID42

SCHMIDT, S

3D Neutron Diffraction (3DND) methodology in time-of-flight mode

11:50-12:10

TU24

ID26

GROSSE, M

Which resolution can be achieved in praxis in neutron imaging experiments? – A general view

12:10-12:30

TU25

ID24

KHARFI, F

Affordable solution for better dynamic neutron imaging performance and capability

13:40-15:00

Session TU3

Scientific Applications - 2,     Chair: Frikkie de Beer

13:40-14:00

TU31

ID96

LAASS, M 

SCHILLINGER, B

Neutron tomography reveals the presence of two distinct species of the mammalian forerunner Diictodon (Therap- sida, Anomodontia) from the Late Permian of South Africa

14:00-14:20

TU32

ID45

SIM, C

Neutron tomography procedure for diagnosing root pathology and water quantification measurement of root embedded in soil

14:20-14:40

TU33

ID87

DANIELS, G

Observation of water absorption in dehydrated sand using fast neutron radiography

14:40-15:00

TU34

ID16

ZANOLLI, C

SCHILLINGER, B

Exploring hominin and non-hominin primate dental fossil remains with neutron microtomography

16:40-18:00

Session TU4

Scientific Applications - 3,     Chair: Winfried Kockelmann

16:40-17:00

TU42

ID79

SALVEMINI, F

GARBE, U

Archaeometric investigations on the neutron imaging station DINGO at ANSTO

17:00-17:20

TU43

ID58

GRAZZI, F

The ancient steel sword technology revealed through neutron imaging

17:20-17:40

TU44

ID63

FEDRIGO, A

Characterisation of ‘pattern-welded’ swords from the Viking Age - a neutron imaging study

17:40-18:00

TU45

ID109

SHIOTA, Y  KIYANAGI, Y

Crystallographic Analysis of a Japanese Sword by Using Bragg Edge Transmission Spectroscopy

 

Wednesday September 7, 2016

08:20-10:20

Session WE1

Facilities & Instrumentations - 2,     Chair: Markus Strobl

08:20-08:40

WE11

ID101

KOCKELMANN, W

IMAT: a new neutron imaging facility for materials science

08:40-09:00

WE12

ID103

WORACEK, R   STROBL, M

ToF Neutron Imaging at the ESS Testbeamline at HZB

09:00-09:20

WE13

ID74

CHEN, J

Neutron imaging research activities at China Spallation Neutron Source

09:20-09:40

WE14

ID84

SHINOHARA, T

Status of the Energy-Resolved Neutron Imaging System RADEN at J-PARC

09:40-10:00

WE15

ID77

KAESTNER, A

Bimodal imaging at ICON using neutrons and X-rays

10:00-10:20

WE16

ID22

MORGANO, M

Designing a guide system for neutron imaging: ODIN at ESS

10:50-12:30

Session WE2

Industrial Applications - 3,     Chair: Muhammad Arif

10:50-11:10

WE21

ID116

KARDJILOV, N

High-resolution and high-speed neutron imaging applications at the CONRAD-2 instrument

11:10-11:30

WE22

ID69

GARBE, U Industrial Application Experiments on the neutron imaging insturment DINGO

11:30-11:50

WE23

ID88

CRAFT, A

Applications of Neutron Radiography for the Nuclear Power Industry

11:50-12:10

WE24

ID73

SU, Y

Time-of-flight Neutron Transmission Imaging of Martensite Transformation in Bent Plates of a Fe-25Ni-0.4C Steel

12:10-12:30

WE25

ID104

SONG, G

Application of Time-Of-Flight Neutron Transmission at the Spallation Neutron Source to Characterize Additive Manufacturing Components

 

Thursday September 8, 2016

08:20-10:20

Session TH1

Facilities & Instrumentations - 3,     Chair: Nikolay Kardjilov

08:20-08:40

TH11

ID40

LEHMANN, E

Status and Perspectives of Neutron Imaging Facilities

08:40-09:00

TH12

ID23

HUSSEY, D

A Far-field Neutron Interferometer

09:00-09:20

TH13

ID66

SEKI, Y

Development of Pulsed Neutron Phase Imaging at J-PARC

09:20-09:40

TH14

ID110

ZHOU, J

A novel large area nTHGEM-based neutron imaging detector with time resolution

09:40-10:00

TH15

ID13

YANG, Y

Research on a large area neutron sensitive microchannel plate detector

10:00-10:20

TH16

ID72

NAGANAWA, N

Toward ultra high resolution position sensitive neutron detector using fine-grained nuclear emulsion

10:50-11:50

Session TH2

Methods - 2,     Chair: Dongfeng Chen

10:50-11:10

TH21

ID21

RAVENTOS, M

Image Subtraction: A method for scattering quantification and correction

11:10-11:30

TH22

ID90

SCHULZ, M

Neutron Depolarization Imaging on weak ferromagnets

11:30-11:50

TH23

ID67

KAI, T

Reliability Estimation of Neutron Resonance Thermometry using Tantalum and Tungsten