Update from the organisers

We are pleased to announce the Inelastic X-ray Scattering (IXS) Conference 2022 will be taking place in-person from 21st-26th August 2022 at Saïd Business School in the city of Oxford, UK.

We will be announcing confirmed key dates as well as programme updates as soon as we can.

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Welcome

Hosted by Diamond Light Source, the 12th International Conference on Inelastic X-ray Scattering, IXS2022 will be held at the Saïd Business School, Oxford (UK) from Sunday 21st to Friday 26th August 2022. It continues a series of meetings held biannually, most recently hosted by Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York (2019).

This conference will bring together scientists from all over the world interested in the use and development of inelastic x-ray scattering to address a broad range of materials science problems. IXS2022 is your opportunity to share new scientific discoveries and the latest developments in IXS instrumentation, experimental approaches and theories, and to discuss future directions in the field.

  • Oxford Ratcliffe Camera
  • Oxford City Centre
  • Saïd Business School
  • Nelson Mandela Lecture Theare, Saïd Business School
  • Diamond Light Source, UK

Topics covered at IXS2022:

  • Quantum materials
  • Energy materials & catalysis
  • Functional materials
  • Soft, glassy and biological materials
  • Theory
  • Time domain spectroscopy
  • Extreme and operando conditions
  • Novel instrumentation & methods

Key Dates

Call for abstracts January 2022
Early Bird Registration opens January 2022
Deadline for abstract submission - contributing talks/posters April 2022
Early Bird Registration closes May 2022
Registration closes July 2022

 

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