“Bragg and Debye were right !”
University of Insubria and To.Sca.Lab, Italy
This presentation will cover more than 100 years of structural methods for crystalline matter, emphasizing the key steps which made it possible to define stable and efficient protocols for deriving otherwise inaccessible structural information at the atomic resolution. 20th century crystallographers paved the way to the obtention of structure, microstructure, morphology, and defectiveness of many functional materials, by devising theories and experiments which, in 2021, have been further optimized to an unprecedented level. Examples from the sagacious use of polycrystalline diffraction/scattering techniques for real materials, assisted by unmatched computational power, will be provided, and the complementarity of Bragg’s and Debye approaches will be highlighted.
Date: March 12, 2021 – (friday) – Time: 10:15 a.m.
link to access the youtube channel: https://youtu.be/MCJStI201pc