Symposium

C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis

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TopicC: Characterization

Particles play a decisive role both in modern composites and in well-established materials such as steel or concrete. Geometries and properties of particles affect the performance of filled rubbers in tires, enable functional printing, and prevent grain growth in metals, to name only a few. A common consequence is the necessity to measure the sizes, shapes, and properties of particles in a range of materials and in precursor dispersions. Such analysis is the basis of rational design and the understanding of failure mechanisms.

This symposium brings together research on particle analysis inside materials and in dispersion. It will focus on recent developments in advanced techniques for chemical particle analysis, measurements of size and shape distribution, quantification of colloidal behavior, including particle stability in different media, and surface chemistry, among other aspects.  

Topics will include: -Identification and characterization of particles in materials  

  • Characterization of particles in dispersion
  • Nucleation, growth and assembly of particles
  • Particle extraction from materials
  • Advanced electron microscopy
  • Synchrotron techniques
  • Optical analysis
  • Particle fractionation techniques from AUC to FFF
  • Surface characterization
  • Agglomeration and stability quantification
  • Structure formation
  • Modeling

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
WEB Characterization of fractal structures produced by flame spray pyrolysis

Mira Klinge Julian Ungerer Prof. Dr. Hermann Nirschl

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
WEB Microstructural and surface properties of mechanically dispersed cellulose nano fiber aqueous sol

Dr. Chika Takai-Yamashita Yuya Mabuchi Prof. Dr. Mamoru Senna Prof. Dr. Yutaka Ohya Prof. Dr. Masayoshi Fuji

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
WEB Multidimensional property characterization of nanoparticles by analytical ultracentrifugation

Dr.-Ing. Johannes Walter Simon Wawra Maximilian Uttinger Dr. Marcel Rey Prof. Dr. Nicolas Vogel Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Peukert

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
WEB Size Distribution and Chemical Composition Determination of Ti/NbCN Nanoparticles Extracted from Microalloyed Steels

Louis Weber Dr. Andreas Hegetschweiler Dr. Olga Borovinskaya Dr. Thorsten Staudt Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

Poster C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
A Particle Tracking Velocimetry method to measure size and charge distributions in tribocharged powder particles

Dr. Javier Perez-Vaquero Johann Landauer Prof. Dr. Heiko Briesen Prof. Dr. Petra Foerst

Poster C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Agglomeration of gold nanoparticles under microgravity conditions

Andrea Pyttlik Dr. Björn Kuttich Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Characterization of highly concentrated nanoparticle dispersions in evaporating droplets by in-situ Small Angle X-ray Scattering

Dr. Björn Kuttich Dr. David Doblas Thomas Kister Dr. Lola Gonzalez-Garcia Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Combined TEM and XRD analysis of size, shape and microstructural defects in CdSe nanocrystals

Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Neumann Christina Menter Ahmed Mahmoud Prof. Dr. Doris Segets Prof. Dr. David Rafaja

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Dispersion stability of AZO nanocrystals concerning their processing into functional thin films using small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS)

Julian Ungerer Mira Klinge Ann-Kathrin Thurm Prof. Dr. Georg Garnweitner Prof. Dr. Hermann Nirschl

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Experimental and numerical investigation of the fine particle fractionating using a cross-flow module with superimposed electric field

Dipl.-Ing. Philipp Lösch Dr. Kai Nikolaus Prof. Dr. Sergiy Antonyuk

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Inline Process Analytics for high solid content polymer samples using Photon Density Wave spectroscopy

Stephanie Schlappa Dr. Christian Peest Dr. Lena Bressel

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Insights into the synthesis of porous nanoparticles: from sputtering onto liquids to dealloying

Dr. Adrien Chauvin Dr. Anastasiya Sergievskaya Dr. Abdelaziz El Mel Dr. Cinthia Antunes Corrêa Prof. Pierre Yves Tessier Dr. Milan Dopita Dr. Stéphanos Konstantinidis

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Large-scale centrifugal separations of nanoparticles

Prof. Dr. Alexander Wittemann Dr. Claudia Simone Plüisch Rouven Stuckert

Poster C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Modelling of copper particle – copper wall collision at high velocities

Giedrius Jocbalis Prof. Rimantas Kačianauskas

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
Quantitative Characterization of Mixing in Multicomponent Nanoparticle Aggregates

Prof. Dr. Lutz Mädler Dr. Valentin Baric Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Koch

Lecture C01: Advanced Particle Characterization for Material Analysis and Synthesis
The role of molecular shell structure and core size in the colloidal stability of non-polar metal nanoparticles

Dr. Björn Kuttich Thomas Kister Prof. Dr. Tobias Kraus

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