Monday, March 27, 2017, 11:00 am — Room 300, Chemistry Bldg. 555
With the transition from NSLS to NSLS-II the landscape of hard x-ray spectroscopy has dramatically changed. Resulting from the needs to understand not only a material but also its behavior within a complex device structure and ultimately to demonstrate its contributions to the functional characteristics of the device, the experimental demands are driving the development of the facilities, their operation and access conditions, and their embedding in a larger characterization and computation network at NSLS-II, the laboratory, and collaborators on the national and international level.
The talk will give a short overview on the status and plans of the facilities; it will also show on examples how the program focuses on specific areas in which future leadership is targeted. An important aspect of these discussions is a requirement-analysis describing the essential components allowing to use the developed tools in applied and industrial science.
Hosted by: Sanjaya Senanayake
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