12-17 September 2010
CERN
Europe/Zurich timezone
The conference is now over. Thanks to all for their participation. <p> The talks from the various sessions are all online.

Invited Speakers

Invited Speakers


Introductory Plenary Lecture

Michelangelo Mongano (CERN) “Physics at the Large Hadron Collider of CERN”

A: Theory: Hyperfine Interactions, Nuclear Moments

Peter Blaha (TU Vienna) “Development and applications of the Wien Code”

Vladimir Kelloe (U. Bratislava) “Electric field gradient calculations by quantum chemical methods”

B: Magnetism and Magnetic Materials - Bulk and thin Layers

Rainer Sielemann (Helmholtz Zentrum – Berlin) “Magnetism in Ion Implanted Oxides: A Status Report".


C: Semiconductors, Metals and Insulators

H.H. Klauss (TU Braunschweig) “MuSR studies of High Tc superconductivity in iron pnictides ”

D: Biology, Chemistry, Medicine

Lars Hemmingsen (U. Copenhagen) “PAC in Bio systems”

E: Lattice Dynamics, Ion-Solid Interaction

I. Sergueev (ESRF, Grenoble) “Synchrotron radiation based TDPAC”

F: Surfaces, Interfaces, Thin Films, Nano-structures

Yutaka Yoshida (Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology) “Development and applications of a Mössbauer camera”

G: Atoms and Ions

Wilfried Nörthershäuser (U. Mainz) “Recent developments in collinear laser spectroscopy at ISOLDE”

H: Resonance Methods

Bostjan Zalar (I. Josef Stefan) “NQR Studies in Li-doped potassium tantalite (KTL)”

I : Coherent Phenomena, Synchrotron Radiation, Quantum Optics

Ko Mibu (Nagoya Institute of Technology) “Investigations on thin Fe films and Heusler alloy films using synchrotron-radiation-based Mössbauer spectroscopy"

Simon Connell (U. Johannesburg) “Quantum Diffusion of Muonium in Diamond”

J: Nuclear Moments, Nuclear Polarization, Nuclear Models, Fundamental Interactions

Nathal Severijns (K.U.Leuven) “Recent progress on Low Temperature Nuclear Orientation technique and NMRON”

K: New Directions and Developments in Methodology

Andrew MacFarlane (U British Columbia) “Beta detected NMR: a New Depth-resolved Probe of Materials at the Nanoscale"