Webinars

#ESRFscience Live webinars

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The ESRF is organising a series of LIVE webinars on the latest ESRF research. Our scientists will show examples of recent results of experiments carried out at the ESRF and will present what science EBS, the new Extremely Brilliant Source, will enable.

Tune in via Zoom (Link to be communicated on this website for each online seminar) or via our YouTube channel to attend the webinar (https://www.youtube.com/user/LightforScience)

You will have the opportunity to ask our scientists any questions you may have via the Zoom ‘Q & A’ option.

The organisation of these webinars series is supported by STREAMLINE, a European project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870313.

Forthcoming Online Seminars

Type Start Date End Date Name
ESRF-ILL colloquium 11/02/2022 11/02/2022 The Emergence of Machine Learning as a Rupture Technology for Artificial Intelligence

Past Online Seminars

Type Start Date End Date Name
ESRF webinar 13/01/2022 13/01/2022 MHz X-ray Microscopy at European XFEL by Patrik Vagovic (XFEL)
ESRF Webinar 16/12/2021 16/12/2021 Geodynamic Modelling: Tectonics is a hologram
Industry Webinar 14/12/2021 14/12/2021 X-ray Bragg diffraction imaging (“topography”) at the ESRF: a unique tool to visualise and characterise defects in crystals
Webinar 30/11/2021 30/11/2021 Carac 2021
ESRF Webinar 19/10/2021 19/10/2021 Synchrotron X-rays Empowering Industrial R&D - ESRF, a toolbox for ligand-binding studies: which structural biology beamline for what kind of results?
Student Day 18/10/2021 18/10/2021 ESRF Student Day
ESRF Webinar 27/09/2021 27/09/2021 STREAMLINE Project Webinar
ESRF-ILL colloquium 24/09/2021 24/09/2021 "Observation of the transition to metal hydrogen", Paul Loubeyre - CEA, Arpajon
Industry webinar 05/07/2021 05/07/2021 Synchrotron scattering methods for soft materials industrial research and development
Industry webinar 15/06/2021 15/06/2021 A trip into the heart of industry materials with multiscale X-ray tomography