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Invited Speakers

Keynote speaker

M. Carbucicchio (Italy): Industrial Applications of Mössbauer Spectroscopy

Invited speakers (in alphabetic order)

T1 Catalysis (jointly organized by MEDC with the 32nd DICP Symposium on Mössbauer Characterization and Catalysis)

  1. K. Lazar (Hungary): Mössbauer Spectroscopy in Catalysis
  2. J. H. Rodriguez (USA) : Accurate Prediction of 57Fe Mössbauer Parameters Via Density Functional Theory: Prediction of Reaction Intermediates and Catalytic Cycles of Iron Enzymes
  3. E. Tabor (Czech Republic): Mössbauer Spectroscopy Study of the Iron Active Sites In Zeolites for N2O Decomposition
  4. T. Zhang (China) : Mechanistic Studies on Preferential Oxidation of CO in H2-rich Atmosphere over IrFe Catalysts

T3 Environment

  1. S. Forder (England): Mössbauer Studies of Materials used to immobilise Industrial Waste
  2. J.-M. R. Génin (France): Industrial Applications of Green Rusts Related Compounds and Minerals: from Corrosion to Mineralogy through Water Purification

T4 Magnetic Materials and Superconductive Materials

  1. I. Felner (Israel): Coexistence of Superconductivity and Magnetism in the Fe-As and Fe-Se New Magneto-Superconductors
  2. M. Ghafari (Germany): Influence of Interfaces on the Magnetic Hyperfine Field
  3. C. Q. Jin (China): The Pressure Induced Unusual Magnetic Phase Transition in Iron Pnictide Superconductors

T5 Biology & Biomedicine

  1. J. Galazka-Friedman and A. Friedman (Poland): Role of Iron in Neurodegenerations

T6 Mineralogy

  1. R. Kukkadapu (USA): Role of Fe-Minerals on Radionuclide Mobility in Subsurface

T8 Electrochemistry, Batteries, Sensors

  1. Y. Garcia (Belgium): New Sensors Based on Thermo and Photoswitchable Iron(II) Spin Crossover Materials
  2. J.-C. Jumas (France): Combined Operando Studies of New Electrode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries

T9 Applications Using Synchrotron Radiation

  1. R. Hermann (Germany): Investigation of Thermoelectic Materials Using Synchrotron Radiation
  2. K. Mibu (Japan):Studies on Spintronics-Related Thin Films Using Synchrotron-Radiation-Based Mössbauer Spectroscopy
  3. J. T. Sage (USA): Resonant X-Ray Absorption By 57Fe: A Site-Selective Probe Of Protein Structure And Elasticity

T10 Nanotechnology

  1. J.-M. Greneche (France): Applications of Magnetic Nanostructures and Relevance of Mössbauer Spectrometry
  2. N. Kojima (Japan): Study on the Structure and Electronic State of Size-Controlled Gold Nano-Particles by Means of 197Au Mössbauer Spectroscopy
  3. L. Machala (Czech Republic): Polymorphous Transitions of Nanometric Fe2O3 by View of Mössbauer Spectroscopy
  4. J. Okabayashi (Japan): Room-Temperature Ferromagnetism in Transition-Metal Co-Doped SnO2

T11 Metals & Alloys

  1. V. P. Filippov (Russian): Mössbauer Spectroscopy of Zirconium Alloys

T12 Methodology & Instrumentation

  1. Z. Klencsár (Hungary): MossWinn - Methodological Advances in the Field of Mössbauer Data Analysis
  2. G. Klingelhöfer (Germany): The Miniaturized Mössbauer Spectrometers MIMOS II & MIMOS IIA: Instrument Development and Applications

T13 Surface Modification

  1. J. F. Marco (Spain): Surface Studies in Ultrathin Binary Iron Oxide Films: Ancient Materials, New Opportunities
  2. K. Nomura (Japan): CEMS Study of Transparent SnO2 Films Doped with 57Fe

T14 New Glass and Amorphous Materials

  1. T. Nishida (Japan): New Conductive Glass with High Chemical Durability

T15 Rare Earth Materials

  1. E. Kuzmann (Hungary): 151Eu Mössbauer Study of Luminescent Y2O3: Eu3+ Core-Shell Nanoparticles
  2. A. Nakamura (Japan): Defect-Fluorite Oxides: Ln (Eu and Gd)-Mössbauer Spectroscopic Study Coupled with New Defect-Crystal-Chemistry Model