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#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 (

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 Webinars

Type Start Date End Date Name

Past Webinars

Type Start Date End Date Name
Seminar (hybrid) 27/06/2023 27/06/2023 The 2023 earthquake sequence in Turkey and how synchrotron imaging can help unravelling earthquake processes
Webinar 25/05/2023 25/05/2023 Fluid-rock interaction in subduction zones: lawsonite composition as a tracer of fluid sources
Seminar 13/03/2023 13/03/2023 Impact of Stress and Strain on Optical Spectra of Semiconductors, Stefan Zollner, New Mexico State University
ESRF Colloquium 13/01/2023 13/01/2023 Materials-Electrolyte-sensing Innovations Towards improved and Sustainable Battery Chemistries
ESRF Mini-Symposium 01/12/2022 01/12/2022 ESRF Mini-Symposium on Synchrotron Radiation for Sustainable Development
Symposium 22/11/2022 22/11/2022 CM01 cryo-EM symposium
ESRF Colloquium 28/10/2022 28/10/2022 The interfacial catalyst
ESRF webinar 18/07/2022 18/07/2022 How the speciation of arsenic affects its interaction with reactive iron minerals, Dr Jeffrey Paulo H. Perez
ESRF colloquium 10/06/2022 10/06/2022 Quantum computers: What are they? What are they supposed to do? Will they work? The point of view of a skeptic, Xavier Waintal, CEA GRENOBLE
ESRF Webinar 23/05/2022 23/05/2022 Coping with high data collection rate for data storage and analysis… The ID29 challenge