Nanoprobe Beamline at NSLS-II
February 15, 2008
The Nanoprobe beamline is one of the six planned project beamlines for NSLS-II. In this workshop we intend to a) develop the scientific and technical case for a nanoprobe beam which will be summarized in a Letter of Intent (LOI), and b) to form a Beamline Advisory Team (BAT) to guide the design of this beamline.
The main goal of the Hard X-ray Nanoprobe (HXN) beamline is the production and use of a nanometer sized hard x-ray beam. The uses of such a small beam are multi-disciplinary, and is anticipated to include scientific subject areas such as materials, biological and environmental. Each of these subject areas, and other subject areas that the workshop attendees will bring to our attention, will have different requirements in order to utilize the nanobeam effectively. Clarifying these issues and communicating them to the NSLS-II staff responsible for HXN design, will be started at this workshop, but will be the main responsibility of the BAT.
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