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Professor Dr Daa Hrivňakova   Dáa Hrivňáková (Engineering MetallurgyFaculty of Materials Technology, Slovak Tech. University, Slovakia (Slovak Republic))
General scientific interests: magnetism, powder diffraction, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: magnetic property, material science, metal physics, phase transformation, powder metallurgy.
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General scientific interests: catalysis, computer graphics, computing, data collection and processing, databases, defects, direct methods, disorder, drug design, dynamical diffraction, ferroelectrics, glasses, hydrogen bonding, inorganic compounds, materials science, metalloproteins, metals, neutron scattering, organometallic compounds, oxides, physical crystallography, polymers, powder diffraction, Rietveld method, semiconductors, small-angle scattering, superconductors, synchrotron radiation, thin films, X-ray diffraction, XAFS, zeolites.
Detailed scientific research interests: - microstructural investigations, - structure of, - structure of amorphous materials by, -EXAFS absorption spectroscopy by, -Invited university lecturer in, alloys, and Rietveld method, by X-ray diffraction, by X-ray profile Fourier analysis, EXAFS, intermetallic compounds, Reverse Monte-Carlo simuulation, solid state physics, supported metal catalysts, synchrotron radiation facility, X-ray RDF, XANES.
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Mr Carlos Dario Miranda   Carlos Darío Miranda (Chemistry, Instituto de Investigaciones en Tecnología Química, Argentina)
General scientific interests: materials science, neutron scattering, powder diffraction, Rietveld method, structure determination.
Detailed scientific research interests: Conductivity, Crystallochemistry, Crystallography, Defect chemistry, Differential scanning calorimetry Temperature-programmed reduction, Impedance spectroscopy, Infrared spectra, Mechanochemistry, Neutron coherent scattering, Nonstoichiometric oxides, Perovskites, Rietveld, Rietveld refinement, Scanning electron microscopy, Soft chemistry synthesis, Thermogravimetric analysis, Solid electrolytes, Solid Oxide Fuel Cells, Solid-state chemistry, Solid-state physics, Synchrotron radiation, Thermodilatometry, Transition-metal oxides, X-ray diffraction.
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Professor Yuriy Perlovich   Yuriy Perlovich (Physical Problems of Material Science, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (State University), Russian Federation)
General scientific interests: alloys, instrumentation, materials science, metals, neutron scattering, oxides, phase transitions, powder diffraction, residual stress, small-angle scattering, texture, twinning, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: crystallogrphic texture and accompanying substructure nonuniformity., Physics of plastic deformation and recrystallization,, Regularities of substructure inhomogeneity of metal materials,, X-ray methods for studies of real metal materials with taking into account their.
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Dr Shin-ichi Sato   Shin-ichi Sato (Hassamu 3-3-3-17, Nishi-ku, Sapporo, Japan)
Detailed scientific research interests: diffraction crystallography, martensites, metal physics.
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