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LCLS-II Instruments Workshops, 19-22 March 2012

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Program

Workshop Chairs:


Request for short contributed talks:

We welcome attendees to present a single viewgraph describing a scientific opportunity and the instrumentation tools
needed to accomplish it.  The contributed presentations should be sent to Phil Heimann
paheim@slac.stanford.edu
and Jerry Hastings
jbh@slac.stanford.edu by Thursday, March 15, 2012.
 

 

LCLS II New Instruments Workshops, March 19-22, 2011
LCLS II New Instruments Workshops: Biology, Monday, March 19, 2011
Convener: Axel Brunger

Location: Redwood Rooms, Building 48
08:30am Welcome, Charge, LCLS-II Strategy - Jo Stohr (SLAC)
08:50am LCLS II update - David Schultz (SLAC)
09:15am LCLS-II Preliminary Instrument Suite - John Arthur (SLAC)
10:15am Break
10:35am Requirements for single molecule imaging
- Janos Hadju (Uppsala University and European XFEL)
11:10am Exploring the amyloid state of proteins by micro-
and nano-crystallography
- David Eisenberg (UCLA)
11:45am Time-resolved x-ray studies of biological systems: watching proteins function
on the chemical time scale
- Philip Anfinrud (NIH)
12:20pm Lunch
01:20pm Water Oxidation in Natural and Artificial Photosynthesis and Time-Resolved
X-ray Spectroscopy
- Vittal Yachandra (LBNL)
01:55pm Discussion Biology Instrumentation
Discussion leaders Axel Brunger (Stanford University and SLAC), Sebastien Boutet and Jerry Hastings (SLAC)
Discussion Viewgraphs
02:55pm Break
03:15pm Discussion Continued
05:15pm Summary
05:30pm Close
 
 
LCLS II New Instruments Workshops: Materials/Chemistry, Tuesday, March 20, 2011
Convener: Hermann Durr and Kelly Gaffney

Location: Redwood Rooms, Building 48
08:30am Welcome, Charge, LCLS-II Strategy - Jo Stohr (SLAC)
08:50am LCLS II update - David Schultz (SLAC)
09:15am LCLS-II Preliminary Instrument Suite - John Arthur (SLAC)
10:15am Break
10:35am Ultrafast X-ray Studies of Correlated Materials: Science Challenges and Opportunities
- Robert Schoenlein (LBNL)
11:10am Resonant X-ray Spectroscopy using Laser Light, in Theory
- Andreas Scherz (SLAC)
11:45am Dynamics at Interfaces and Surface Chemistry at LCLS-II - Martin Wolf (FHI Berlin)
12:20pm Lunch
01:20pm Discussion Soft X-ray Materials/Chemistry Instrumentation
Discussion leaders Hermann Durr, Joshua Turner and Jerry Hastings (SLAC)
Discussion Viewgraphs
02:20pm Break
02:40pm Discussion Continued
04:40pm Close
 
 
LCLS II New Instruments Workshops : Materials/Chemistry (continued), Wednesday, March 21, 2011
Convener: Hermann Durr and Kelly Gaffney

Location: Redwood Rooms, Building 48
09:00am Probing Water and other Liquids with LCLS-II
- Anders Nilsson (Stanford University and SLAC)
09:35am Ultrafast Excited-state Dynamics of Transition Metal-based Chromophores:
Fundamental Issues and Applications - James McCusker (Michigan State University)
10:10am Probing Ultrafast Electronic and Nuclear Coherence in Chemical Sciences
- Lin Chen (Northwestern University)
10:45am Break
11:05am Magnetism - Theo Rasing (Raboud University)
11:40am Perspective for High Resolution Inelastic Scattering
- Chi-chang Kao (SLAC)
12:15pm Lunch
01:15pm Discussion Hard X-ray Materials/Chemistry Instrumentation
Discussion leaders Kelly Gaffney, David Fritz and Jerry Hastings (SLAC)
Discussion Viewgraphs
02:15pm Break
02:35pm Discussion Continued
04:35pm Summary
04:50pm Close
 
 
LCLS II New Instruments Workshops: Atomic, Molecular and Optical, Thursday, March 22, 2011
Convener: Markus Guehr

Location: Redwood Rooms, Building 48
08:30am Welcome, Charge, LCLS-II Strategy - Jo Stohr (SLAC)
08:45am LCLS II update - David Schultz (SLAC)
09:15am LCLS-II Preliminary Instrument Suite - John Arthur (SLAC)
10:15am Break
10:35am Where is the strong-field regime for x-rays?
- Lou DiMauro (Ohio State University)
11:10am Time-Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy
- Albert Stolow (NRC)
11:45am Clusters Structure and Dynamics studied with X-ray FEL Pulses
- Thomas Moeller (TU Berlin)
12:20pm Lunch
01:20pm Self-amplification of x-rays in atomic and molecular gases
- towards stimulated x-ray Raman scattering with LCLS - Nina Rohringer (CFEL)
01:55pm Discussion Atomic, Molecular and Optical Instrumentation
Discussion leaders Markus Guehr, John Bozek, Christoph Bostedt and Jerry Hastings (SLAC)
Discussion Viewgraphs
02:55pm Break
03:15pm Discussion Continued
05:15pm Summary
05:30pm Close
 
 

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