Welcome to the Debye-Rietveld Celebration website! On this website you can read about the double anniversary in powder diffraction we celebrated with more than 100 participants all over the world. Please also refer to the menu items on the top of the page.

Thursday 22 September 2016

Day Programme
09:00 Registration and coffee
09:30 Welcome
Huub Kooijman (Shell)
09:40 Early work on neutron diffraction in Petten
Cees Andriesse (Univ. Utrecht)
10:00 Debye-Scherrer: An Accidental Invention
Jurrie Reiding
10:30 Coffee
10:45 Powder diffraction in direct space: How the Pair Distribution Function can complement powder diffraction
Reinhard Neder (Univ. Erlangen)
11:25 Powder diffraction: providing one of the best views of the material world
Bill David (Univ. Oxford)
12:05 lunch, posters, exhibition
13:30 How much information can be deduced from a powder pattern: A tribute to Peter Debye and Hugo Rietveld
Robert Dinnebier (MPI Stuttgart)
14:10 Debye and Rietveld in industrial applications
Jaap Louwen (Albemarle)
14:40 Debye equation: How did it evolve?
Paolo Scardi (Univ. Trento)
15:20 Tea and posters
15:50 Neutrons And X-rays for battery materials
Marnix Wagemaker (TU Delft)
16:20 Macromolecular Powder Diffraction: Past, Present, Future
Irene Margiolaki (Univ. of Patras)

Evening Programme
17:00 Boat cruise leaving from STCA through Amsterdam canals
19:00 Dinner at restaurant along the IJ river.

The group photo


The poster of the event in PDF format: