Soft X-ray Inelastic Scattering Workshop
June 11, 2010
Location: Brookhaven National Laboratory, Bldg. 703 Large Conference Room
Workshop Organizers: Kevin Smith (Boston Univ.), Yong Cai (BNL), John Hill (BNL)
The intent of this workshop is to prepare a proposal for a soft x-ray inelastic scattering undulator beamline at NSLS-II. It is intended that the beamline will have a resolving power of up to 100,000 at 1 keV and operate between 150 eV and 1.5 keV. It is expected that there be two endstations, one capable of an energy resolution of 10 meV, and a second to operate at more moderate resolutions, namely around 200 meV. Both would be momentum-resolved instruments. The science case for both endstations will be centered around strongly correlated electron systems, catalysis and energy storage problems and atomic and molecular science. The purpose of the workshop is to review this motivating science, the enabling technology, the beam characteristics, and to develop the vision for the beamline. All interested parties are invited to attend and to contribute their ideas to the agenda.
Note: for those wishing to attend who do NOT have a valid BNL ID badge:
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Last Modified: May 2, 2014