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     6th Nassau-Argonne International Mössbauer Symposium

        Thursday, January 13, 2011

Clive Wynter (Chair)

  8:30


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9:00

Registration and Breakfast

  9:00


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9:15

Welcome, Donald P. Astrab (President, Nassau Community College)

  9:15


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9:30

“Gopal Shenoy: 50 years in Science”, E. Ercan Alp (Argonne National Laboratory) “

  9:30


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10:00

“Pressure-Induced Invar Behavior in Pd3Fe” Brent Fultz (California Inst. of Technology)

 10:00


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10:30

“Electronic spin transitions of iron in the Earth’s deep mantle” Jung-Fu Lin (University of Texas at Austin)

 10:30


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10:45

Coffee break

 10:45     -  11:15 “The crucial role of Mössbauer spectroscopy in discovery of high pressure induced oxidation-reduction processes in Fe-oxides”, Moshe Pasternak, (University of Tel Aviv, Israel)

 11:15


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11:45

“Structural and electronic behaviour of EuO under high pressure”Jiyong Zhao (Argonne National Laboratory)

 11:45


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12:15

"Application of Mössbauer spectroscopy to the studies of clay mineral-microbe" Hailiang Dong (Miami University of Oxford, Ohio

 12:15


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13:30

Lunch break and poster session

         
Virender Sharma, (Chair)

 13:30


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14:00

“Synchrotron Nuclear Spectroscopy of Fe-S Clusters in Nitrogenase and Hydrogenase” Stephen Cramer (University of California- Davis)

 14:00


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14:30

"Vibrational Dynamics of Iron In Heme Enzymes", Timothy Sage (Northeastern University)

 14:30


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15:00

“NRVS studies of oxygen intermediates of non-heme iron sites” Caleb Bell (Stanford University)

 15:00


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15:15

Coffee break

 15:15


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15:45

“Recent research and development on in-beam Mössbauer spectroscopy utilizing high energetic 57Mn beams” Takashi Nagatomo (Nishina Center, RIKEN, Japan)

 15:45


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16:15

Mössbauer spectroscopy of Eu2+/Eu3+ in Nanosamples of Alkaline Earth Sulfides Using Nuclear Forward Scattering, Zameer Hasan (Temple University)

 16:15


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16:45

Mössbauer spectroscopy of europium-containing glasses Charles Johnson (University of Tennessee Space Institute)

16:45


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17:15

Tin(II) lone pair stereoactivity in fluoride and chloride fluoride disordered systems, George Denes, (Concordia University, Canada)

19:00


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Dinner

 


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Friday, January 14, 2011

 


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Ravi Kukkadapu (Chair)

  8:30


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9:00

Breakfast

  9:00


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9:30

“Seven years of Mössbauer exploration on the surface of Mars with MIMOS “Goestar Klingelhofer (Johannes Gutenberg-Universitat Mainz, Germany)

  9:30


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10:00

Properties of Martian Hematite at Meridiani Planum by Simultaneous Fitting”,David Agresti (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

 10:00


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10:30

“An  57Fe Mossbauer study of a series of Australian ordinary-chondrite meteorites: implications for weathering and classification.” Sean Cadogan (University of Manitoba, Canada)

 10:30


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10:45

Coffee break

 10:45


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11:15

“Mineralogical Transformations of Ferric Oxides into mixed Fe(II)-Fe(III) Compounds : Magnetite versus Green Rust” Ruby Christian (CNRS-Lyon, France)

 11:15


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11:45

“Mössbauer Spectroscopic Evidence for Structural Iron Reduction in Smectite by Bacteria and Dithionite, Joseph Stucki (Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)

 11:45


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12:15

Dennis Brown (Northern Illinois University)

 12:15


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13:15

Lunch break and poster session


Esen Ercan Alp (Chair)

  13:15    -

 13:45

“Local Probe information on Magnetic and Structural Transitions in Fe-pnictide Compounds given by Mossbauer Spectroscopy”, Elisa Baggio Saitovitch  (CBPF-Rio De Janeiro, Brazil)

 13:45


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14:15

"Synthesis of Nanotubes with Y-junction" Rama Balasubramanian (Roanoke College)

 14:15


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14:45

“Quasi In Situ Mössbauer Spectroscopic and XAFS Studies on FeB Nanoalloy for Heterogeneous Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ammonia Borane” Junhu Wang (MEDC, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China)

 14:45


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15:00

Coffee break

 15:00


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15:30

“Surface studies in epitaxially grown Fe3O4 thin layers”, Jose Marco, (Instituto de Química Física “Rocasolano”, CSIC, Madrid, Spain)

 15:30


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16:00

“Nuclear resonant phonon spectroscopy in antimonides and telluride’s”Raphael Hermann (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)

 16:00


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16:30

“Reflections on Future “ Gopal Shenoy  (Argonne National Laboratory)


  

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