X-ray Scattering for Biological Applications at NSLS-II
June 2-3, 2010
Brookhaven National Laboratory, Bldg. 725, Seminar Room
Workshop Organizer: Lin Yang
The purpose of this workshop is to explore the scientific programs that will be hosted by the two biological X-ray scattering beamlines that we propose to develop at NSLS-II. One of these beamlines will take advantage of the NSLS-II source brightness and be specialized in three scientific areas: time-resolved solution scattering, membrane structures, and scanning-probe imaging of biological tissues. The other will be a highly automated, dedicated biomolecular solution scattering beamline. All members of the life science user community are invited to attend and contribute ideas to define the scientific programs as well as beamline prarameters. Some description and preliminary performance analysis of these two beamlines can be found here: bioSAXS-NSLSII.
Marc Allaire, BNL / Osman Bilsel, University of Massachusetts / Dax Fu, BNL / Tom Irving, IIT and APS / Stefan Judex, SUNY � Stony Brook / Shenping Liu, Pfizer / Andreas Menzel, SLS / Lois Pollack, Cornell University / Dan Raleigh, SUNY � Stony Brook / Jeff Ruberti, Northeastern University / Hiro Tsuruta, SSRL / Lin Yang, BNL / Sichun Yang, University of Chicago and Case Western
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Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Administrative Contact: Lydia Rogers, telephone: 631-344-4746; email: email@example.com
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