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January 15 to 17, 2020 Synchrotron SOLEIL

The 15th SOLEIL Users’ Meeting will take place on January 16th and 17th, 2020 at SOLEIL.
This invaluable forum for the synchrotron radiation users’ community will provide the opportunity to exchange and learn about the evolution of the machine and the beamlines. It will be also the occasion to share scientific, technical and practical issues about the synchrotron radiation use.

A thematic workshop will be held on Wednesday 15th of January, 2020 at SOLEIL:
‘Techniques for integrated biology at Synchrotron SOLEIL and its upgrade’

 

We invite you to register !

Presentation

thematic workshop will be held on Wednesday 15th of January, 2020 at SOLEIL:


‘Techniques for integrated biology at Synchrotron SOLEIL and its upgrade’

Motivated by the need to support rapid changes in innovative science as closely as possible, the Synchrotron SOLEIL is planning to enter a phase for a machine upgrade, which should improve the quality of the synchrotron beam, and hence should open a window for new technological and methodological developments using the advantages brought by these new radiation sources.

The timing appears then suitable to boost the beamline instrumentation and their associated facilities, laboratories, and infrastructure.

With the recent explosion of interest in cryo-electron microscopy and integrated methods, the contribution from synchrotron facilities to the biological community needs to be adapted to a quickly evolving field.

The biology and health scientific section, also known as « HelioBio », at Synchrotron SOLEIL regroups a large set of instruments with specific equipment dedicated to biological applications. To illustrate the foreseen novelties in synchrotron access modes proposed by the « HelioBio » community, one day workshop will be organised to present the prevalent technologies favored by the Synchrotron SOLEIL biology users, complemented by the state-of-the-art methodologies envisioned by the expert communities.

Preliminary programme

Preliminary program available soon

Contributions

Invited talks

Deadline for abstract submission: January 5th, 2020
Invited speakers are requested to submit their abstract:

 

Posters

Deadline for abstract submission: January 5th, 2020
A posters session will be held at SOLEIL on January 15th,2020.
Panels’ size: 180cm x 130cm

 

Abstract submission

If you wish to submit an abstract (for any kind of contribution), please click on one of the links here below:

 

In both cases, you are requested to use ONLY the template below (Word or .Rtf fileAny abstract not in compliance with the template will be sent back to the author).

The size of the files is limited to 4 Mo.

File Download the template (17.2 KB)

 

Committees

Scientific Committee

Leonard CHAVAS, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Frédéric JAMME, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Pierre MONTAVILLE, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Matthieu REFREGIERS, Synchrotron SOLEIL

 

Local Organizing Committee

Margaux BOBET, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Clémentine ESNARD, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Frédérique FRAISSARD, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Jean-Marc LUCACCHIONI, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Sylvie PAVAN, Synchrotron SOLEIL

Presentation

The 15th SOLEIL Users’ Meeting will take place on January 16th and 17th, 2020 at SOLEIL.

This invaluable forum for the synchrotron radiation users’ community will provide the opportunity to exchange and learn about the evolution of the machine and the beamlines. It will be also the occasion to share scientific, technical and practical issues about the synchrotron radiation use.

The 2 plenary lectures will deal with the following themes related to recent and future synchrotron sources use:

  • Condensed matter
  • Chemistry / Reactivity

 

Scientific communications will be presented during parallel sessions, selected from submitted abstracts (deadline for submission: November 22nd, 2019).

A social programme will be held at SOLEIL on the afternoon of January 16th, in conjunction with the posters session and commercial exhibitions. Then, a visit of beamlines, as well as 2 round table discussions and the buffet will take place at SOLEIL.
The Roger Fourme prize award (student poster best prize) will be held before the buffet.

 

Two tutoriols will be organized at SOLEIL on Friday January 17th, 2020:

  • CHEMOMETRY IN QUICK XAS 
    The number of participants is limited to the first 25 registered participants
  • SOFTWARE TRAINING CRYSPY
    The number of participants is limited to the first 20 registered participants

Confirmed invited speakers

Sessions plénières 
G. IZZET - Chimie/Réactivité
P. LOUBEYRE - Matière condensée
 

Sessions parallèles
C. AIME - Laboratoire de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Paris - France
A. BORDAGE - Institut de Chimie Moléculaire et des Matériaux d'Orsay - France
'Photomagnetism in Prussian Blue Analog : Benefits from a multi-beamlies investigation'
S. BOYE PERONNE - Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d'Orsay - France
'VUV photoionization of small radicals on the DESIRS beamline: spectroscopy and cross section determination'
S. CARENCO - Laboratoire de Chimie de la Matière condensée de Paris - France
'Lanthanide oxysulfide nanoplates: growth mechanism and reactivity from ex situ and in situ spectroscopies'
M.F. DEVAUX - F. GUILLON - Unité de Recherches Biopolymères Interactions Assemblages - France
'Synchrotron time lapse imaging of lignocellulose biomass hydrolisis'
P. DUDIN - Synchrotron SOLEIL - St Aubin - France
'Science and technique of NanoARPES'
Y. FAGOT REVURAT - Institut Jean Lamour, Vandoeuvre-Les-Nancy - France
'Electronic properties of SiO/GeO ultra-thin films from ARPES and DFT calculations'
M. HAVENITH - Université Bochum - Allemagne
'THz measurements to study solvation under extreme conditions'
M.A. MARTIN DRUMEL - Institut des Sciences Moléculaire d'Orsay - France
'Toward broadband THz spectroscopy at ultra-high resolution on the AILES beamline of SOLEIL'
C. NICOLAS - D. CEOLIN - Synchrotron SOLEIL - St Aubin - France
H. OUGHADDOU - Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d'Orsay - France
'New 2D materials : silicium and phosphorene'
V. PERRICHOT - Synchrotron SOLEIL - St Aubin - France
'Amber fossils revealed by synchrotron imaging'
P. ROY - Synchrotron SOLEIL - St Aubin - France
C. SAUTER - Laboratoire de Réactivité de l'ARN - France
'Microfluidic chips for crystal growth and serial X-ray analysis'
S. SCHOEDER - Synchrotron SOLEIL - St Aubin - France
'PUMA, a new beamline optimised for cultural heritage research'
A. SOMOGYI - Synchrotron SOLEIL - St Aubin - France

Preliminary programme

Terms of payment

PLEASE NOTE: Order forms are not accepted except for CEA and CNRS.
The registration fees paiment is due on the registration date basis.

 

Payment by cheque:
Would you please write it out to “Synchrotron SOLEIL” and write at the verso the following reference:
SOLEIL Users Meeting: SUM20 / 69190604

Thank you for sending your cheque at the address, here below, together with the registration confirmation sheet or the e-mail of confirmation:
Synchrotron SOLEIL
Bureau des Utilisateurs de SOLEIL
L'Orme des Merisiers
Saint Aubin - BP 48
91192 GIF SUR YVETTE Cedex

 

Payment by bank transfer:
Thank you for transmit your payment by bank transfer to the following account number:
BNP Paris Bas
International Bank Account Number (IBAN): FR76 3000 4025 5200 0106 0374 407
Bank Identification Code (BIC): BNPAFRPPIFO
Synchrotron SOLEIL
With mentionning your name and the users meeting reference: SUM20 / 69190604.

Your registration will be definitive as soon as your payment will be received.

 

Payment by credit card:
A payment online is possible.
You just have to select this mode of payment when registrating and to follow instructions.
Or, if you are already registered, click here.

 

For CEA and CNRS participants:
Please send an order form to the following address: SUM2020@synchrotron-soleil.fr
Please indicate the name(s) of the participant(s) and the service code Chorus Pro

 

 

Contributions

Invited talks

Deadline for abstract submission: January 5th, 2020
Invited speakers are requested to submit their abstract:

 

Oral communication

Deadline for abstract submission: November 22th, 2019
You will be informed about the selection results from the Scientific Committee.

 

Posters

Deadline for abstract submission: January 5th, 2020

A posters session will be held at SOLEIL on January 16th,2020.
Panels’ size: 180cm x 130cm

 

Abstract submission

If you wish to submit an abstract (for any kind of contribution), please click on one of the links here below:

 

In both cases, you are requested to use ONLY the template below (Word or .Rtf fileAny abstract not in compliance with the template will be sent back to the author).

The size of the files is limited to 4 Mo.

File Download the template (17.2 KB)

 

Best student's poster prize - Roger Fourme Prize

The best poster presented by a student will receive a prize offered by SOLEIL.
This is a mission to a congress up to 1000€ (with original tickets).

The candidates will be avaluated on the following criteria:

  • Clear presentation
  • Scientific interest
  • Originality
  • Visual aspects

The poster oral presentation in front of the jury shoud not exceed 5 minutes. 

The Award will be held on 2020/01/16 evening, during the buffet at SOLEIL.
For the Best Poster Award, the attendence of the candidate is requested.

Committees

Scientific Committee

BIOLOGY – HEATH CULTURAL HERITAGE, ARCHAEOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT, GEOSCIENCES

Benoît MASQUIDA
UMR 7156 GMGM - CNRS - Université de Strasbourg

Rozenn LE HIR
INRA - Centre de Versailles-Grignon

Noemi CARMONA-TEJERO
Université Complutense – Madrid

Rémi MARSAC
Université de Rennes 1 - Campus de Beaulieu - Rennes

DILUTED MATTER MATTER & MATERIAL PROPERTIES: STRUCTURE, ORGANISATION CHARACTERISATION, ELABORATION

Renaud GUILLEMIN
LCPMR - Paris

Pierre ASSELIN
Université Pierre et Marie-Curie - CNRS

Karine PROVOST
Institut de Chimie et des Matériaux de Paris-Est - Thiais

Anne CHARRIER
Centre Interdisciplinaire de Nanoscience de Marseille

ELECTRONIC AND MAGNETIC PROPERTY OF MATTER – SURFACES AND INTERFACES CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICO-CHEMISTRY - REACTIVITY IN SITU - SOFT MATTER

Thomas MAROUTIAN
Université Paris-Sud

Emmanouil FRANTZESKAKIS
Université Paris-Sud

Nicolas DELSUC
ENS Département de Chimie - Paris

Asma TOUGERTI
Unité de Catalyse et de Chimie du Solide - Université de Lille

 Local Organizing Committee

Auriane ALLAL-WILLMES, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Margaux BOBET, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Clémentine ESNARD, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Frédérique FRAISSARD, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Jean-Marc LUCACCHIONI, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Sylvie PAVAN, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Amaury TEYSSEDRE, Synchrotron SOLEIL
Stéphanie YAO, Synchrotron SOLEIL

Ine the framework of SUM2020, two tutoriols are organized at SOLEIL on Friday January 17th, 2020, from 02:00 pm to 05:00 pm:

  • CHEMOMETRY IN QUICK XAS - The number of participants is limited to the first 25 registered participants
    'X-ray spectroscopy simulations using Crispy and Quanty', beamline ROCK.
    Organized by Valérie Briois (Synchrotron SOLEIL) 

 

  • SOFTWARE TRAINING CRYSPY - The number of participants is limited to the first 20 registered participants
    Beamline MARS
    Organized by Myrtille Hunault (Synchrotron SOLEIL) and Marius Retegan (ESRF)

 

Chemometry in QUICK-XAS

With the advent of 3rd generation synchrotron radiation facilities allowing a sub-second time resolution in the monitoring of kinetics by X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS), the experimentalist can now access to a deeper and more accurate temporal description of the chemical species involved in such processes provided that the bottleneck of the data analysis has been overcome. Indeed, users at the time-resolved XAS beamlines have to face with a huge amount of data in a couple of minutes making the common strategy of XAS data evaluation, reduction and analysis quite inefficient. New tools must be proposed to the users to interactively optimize the outcome of an experiment carried out at the beamline. In this framework, chemometric tools combining Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Multivariate Curve Resolution optimized with Alternating Least Square (MCR-ALS) fitting are emerging as a powerful method to quantify and extract spectra of intermediate species from XAS spectra of evolving mixtures upon reaction [1-6]. At the ROCK beamline, a user-friendly interface has been recently developed to handle the huge amount of data collected upon reaction monitoring. Normalized matrices of several hundred absorption spectra are quickly generated after data recording which are directly suitable as input files for MCR-ALS analysis available on Matlab platform using free toolboxes developed by the Tauler’s group [7].

In this tutorial, after a short introduction to the chemometric methods applied to XAS, a practical session with the skills used at the ROCK beamline for the chemical speciation determined by MCR-ALS fitting of a Quick-XAS data set recorded upon reaction will be carried out.

As the practical required computers and Matlab platform, the number of attendees is limited to 25.

[1] W. Cassinelli, L. Martins, A. R. Passos, S. H. Pulcinelli, C. V. Santilli, A. Rochet, V. Briois, Cat. Today 229, 114 (2014).
[2] J. Hong, E. Marceau, A. Khodakov, L. Gaberova, A. Griboval-Constant, Jean-Sebastien Girardon, C. La Fontaine, V. Briois, ACS Catal. 5, 1273 (2014).
[3] H.W. P. Carvalho, S. H. Pulcinelli, C. V. Santilli, F. Leroux, F. Meneau, V. Briois, Chem. Mater. 25, 2855 (2013).
[4] A. Rochet, B. Baubet, V. Moizan, C. Pichon, V. Briois, Comptes Rendus Chimie (2016) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crci.2016.01.009.
[5] A. Voronov, A. Urakawa, W. van Beek, N. E. Tsakoumis, H. Emercih, M. Ronning, Analytica Chimica Acta, 840, 20, (2014).
[6] M. Staniuk, O. Hirsch, N. Kränzlin, R. Bölhen, W. van Beek, P. M. Abdala, D. Koziej, Chem. Mater. 26, 2086 (20134).
[7] J. Jaumot, A. de Juan, R ; Tauler, Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst.140, 1, (2015).

Software training CRYSPY

The goal of this tutorial is to familiarize the participants with the simulation of core-level spectra using semi-empirical multiplet approaches. Following a short introduction of the theoretical aspects, a hand-on training will be given. This will include examples of simulationg X-ray absorption (XAS) and resonant inelastic X-ray scattering (RIXS) spectra for transition metals and rare earths.

All simulations will be performed using Crispy (http://www.esrf.eu/computing/scientific/crispy), a modern user interface for the Quanty software package (http://www.quanty.org).

The participants are asked to bring their laptops.

The number of attendees is limited to 20.

Thematic Workshop

Click here to register!

Type of registration Open Deadline
Registration October, 2019 January 05th, 2020
Abstracts submission - Invited talk October, 2019 January 05th, 2020
Abstracts submission - Oral communication October, 2019 November 22nd, 2019

The thematic workshop is waived of registration fees.
Therefore, you are requested to take in charge yours meals.

Users'Meeting

Click here to register!

Type of registration Open Deadline
Registration October, 2019 January 05th, 2020
Abstracts submission - Invited talk October, 2019 January 05th, 2020
Abstracts submission - Oral communication October, 2019 November 22nd, 2019
Abstracts submission - Poster October, 2019 January 05th, 2020

 

Registration fees

The registration fee is 100,00€ (including V.A.T).
It includes: attendance at the users meeting, buffets, lunches and coffee break, and transfers by bus.

Type of participant Amount (including V.A.T)
Researcher, institutionnel, post-doc 100,00€*
Student, Invited speaker, Organisation Committee member, SOLEIL staff Free

*As we would like to have a maximum of attendees, we propose, for the participants of a laboratory, the following rule:

  • from 1 to 4 participants: 100,00€ (including V.A.T)
  • from 5: 50,00€ (including V.A.T) - payment by check only

 

Terms of payment

PLEASE NOTE: Order forms are not accepted except for CEA and CNRS.
The registration fees paiment is due on the registration date basis.

 

Payment by cheque:
Would you please write it out to “Synchrotron SOLEIL” and write at the verso the following reference:
SOLEIL Users Meeting: SUM20 / 69190604

Thank you for sending your cheque at the address, here below, together with the registration confirmation sheet or the e-mail of confirmation:
Synchrotron SOLEIL
Bureau des Utilisateurs de SOLEIL
L'Orme des Merisiers
Saint Aubin - BP 48
91192 GIF SUR YVETTE Cedex

 

Payment by bank transfer:
Thank you for transmit your payment by bank transfer to the following account number:
BNP Paris Bas
International Bank Account Number (IBAN): FR76 3000 4025 5200 0106 0374 407
Bank Identification Code (BIC): BNPAFRPPIFO
Synchrotron SOLEIL
With mentionning your name and the users meeting reference: SUM20 / 69190604.

Your registration will be definitive as soon as your payment will be received.

 

Payment by credit card:
A payment online is possible.
You just have to select this mode of payment when registrating and to follow instructions.
Or, if you are already registered, click here.

 

For CEA and CNRS participants:
Please send an order form to the following address: SUM2020@synchrotron-soleil.fr
Please indicate the name(s) of the participant(s) and the service code Chorus Pro

 

 

Access to SOLEIL

If you come by car:
  • Geographical address:
    Synchrotron SOLEIL
    L’Orme des Merisiers
    Rond-point du Golf de Saint Aubin
    91190 Saint Aubin

 

  • Location coordinates:
    Latitude : 48.711922
    Longitude : 2.146156
    Intersection between RD306 and D128

 

If you come by public transports:
  • From PARIS and CHARLES-DE-GAULLE Airport:
    RER B direction to SAINT-RÉMY-LÈS-CHEVREUSE and stop at:
    - 'MASSY-PALAISEAU' station - BUS n°91-06 B ou C direction to SAINT-QUENTIN GARE, stop at 'L’ORME DES MERISIERS'
    - 'LE GUICHET' station - walk to the bus station, take bus n°9, direction to SACLAY, stop at 'L’ORME DES MERISIERS'
    - 'GIF SUR YVETTE' station, take bus n° 10, stop at 'SAINT AUBIN'
  • From ORLY Airport - ORLYVAL train:
    Stop at ANTONY, take the RER B (then same as above) or BUS n°91-10 direction "Christ / N306, Saclay", stop at "L'ORME DES MERISIERS" (around 1h - end of service at 9 p.m.).

List of hotels (not limited)

Maison d'Hébergement de SOLEIL - priority to students
L'Orme des Merisiers - 91190 GIF / YVETTE
Tel: +33(0)1 69 35 82 00 - hebergement@synchrotron-soleil.fr 

Hôtel Les Chevaliers des Balances - près de SOLEIL
Place de la Mairie - 91190 SAINT-AUBIN
Tél.: +33 (0)1 69 41 20 55 - Fax: +33 (0)1 69 85 50 75
E-mail: leschevaliersdesbalances@gmail.com
Web: www.leschevaliersdesbalances.fr

Hôtel Le Village**
4 rue Neuve - 91190 GIF-SUR-YVETTE
Tél.: +33 (0)1 69 28 82 51 - Fax: +33 (0)1 69 28 53 93
E-mail: hotel.le.village@wanadoo.fr
Web: http://hotellevillage.fr/

Hôtel d'Orsay - près du RER B
2 rue François Leroux - 91400 ORSAY
Tél.: +33 (0)1 64 86 17 47 - Fax: +33 (0)1 64 86 17 48
E-mail: hotel.orsay@orange.fr

Hôtel B&B
Plateau du Moulon - 91190 GIF-SUR-YVETTE
Tél.: +33 (0) 892 78 80 91 - Fax: +33 (0)1 69 35 34 59
Web: http://www.hotel-bb.com/

Hôtel Résidhome Massy**** - près de la gare TGV Massy et du RER B
7 rue Christophe Colomb - 91300 MASSY
Tél.: +33 (0)1 69 81 62 62 - Fax: +33 (0)1 69 81 62 63
E-mail: paris.massy@residhome.com
Web: http://www.residhome.com/aparthotel-147.html

Hôtel du Lion** - à Paris, près du RER B
1 avenue du Général Leclerc - 75014 PARIS
Tél.: +33 (0)1 40 47 04 00 - Fax: +33 (0)1 43 20 38 18
E-mail: contact@hotel-lion.com
Web: http://www.hotel-lion.com/

Hôtel de Senlisse** - à Paris, près du RER B
7-9 rue Malebranche - 75005 PARIS
Tél.: +33 (0)1 43 29 93 10 - Fax: +33 (0)1 43 29 00 24
E-mail: hoteldesenlis@wanadoo.fr
Web: http://www.paris-hotel-senlis.com/

For any information (concerning the Users' Meeting and/or the Thematic Workshop), please contact :SUM2020@synchrotron-soleil.fr

SOLEIL User Office
L’orme des Merisiers
St Aubin - BP 48
91192 Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex
FRANCE