On December 14–17, Brookhaven National Laboratory will host a virtual workshop for industry researchers to showcase the capabilities and expertise available at U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facilities located at Brookhaven Lab. The workshop is designed to benefit both researchers who have previously used Brookhaven facilities for their work and those who are interested in learning about accessing them for the first time.
The workshop will inform researchers from industry about the leading-edge capabilities and expertise at Brookhaven facilities, and provide details about the mechanisms for accessing them. The workshop will also more broadly introduce participants to DOE programs designed to support industry research.
The workshop agenda will feature presentations from industry users of Brookhaven Lab facilities, question-and-answer sessions, and opportunities to directly hear from Department of Energy program managers for your questions. The workshop will provide a unique "facilities open house" format, where attendees will spend time remotely in the labs observing Brookhaven's capabilities in action and engaging in technical discussions with Brookhaven experts. The workshop will also provide an opportunity for attendees to remotely measure their own samples, collecting meaningful data to take home that day.
We have created a workshop program that focuses on researchers working in all major industry sectors, including energy storage, petrochemicals, microelectronics, advanced materials, advanced manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals. Attendees from companies of all sizes will benefit from learning how Brookhaven facilities can impact their R&D mission.
Note: If you are participating in the workshop and would like a sample analyzed, please complete the Sample Analysis Questionnaire.
John Hill (NSLS-II Director), Charles Black (CFN Director), Jun Wang (Industry Liaison Officer)
Priscilla Antunez (Co-Chair), Masa Fukuto, Sanjit Ghose, Ashley Head, Sooyeon Hwang, Jean Jakoncic, Andy Kiss, Ricarda Laasch, Lisa Miller (Co-Chair), Bruce Ravel, Aaron Stein, Sam Tenney, Ira Waluyo
Mercy Baez (Chair), Gretchen Cisco, Grace Webster
Carter Abney, Charles Black, Don DiMarzio, Yan Gao, John Hill, Eugene Lavely, Karren More, Stan Petrash, Poornima Upadhya, Jun Wang (Chair)
|September 3, 2020||Registration opens|
|November 18, 2020||Deadline to submit a request for sample analysis|
|December 17, 2020||Registration closes|
For the best remote meeting experience, we recommend joining the meeting with the Zoom for Government App. The App will automatically install when you join the meeting for the first time. However, you can also join the meeting using your favorite browser.
Webcast information will be provided to you prior to the start of the event. Please do not give out this connection information. It is only for registered attendees.