Scientific Opportunities for the Dynamic X-ray Scattering (DXS) Instrument at LCLS-II-HE

Scientific Opportunities for the Dynamic X-ray Scattering (DXS) Instrument at LCLS-II-HE, November 17, 2021

 

Scientific Opportunities for the Dynamic X-ray Scattering (DXS) Instrument at LCLS-II-HE

Virtual Workshop due to COVID-19
Wednesday, November 17, 2021

As the LCLS-II-HE (HE) upgrade project is nearing its CD-2/3 approval, the preliminary designs of experimental stations are being developed with the help of the user community. With unprecedented average spectral flux (photons/s/meV) promised by the HE upgrade, one of the most exciting projects is the Dynamic X-ray Scattering (DXS) instrument, featuring X-ray Inelastic X-ray Scattering (IXS) and Photon Correlation Spectroscopy (XPCS) end stations. 

 

To create a forum for the scientific community to discuss potential science applications that could be enabled by DXS, we are initiating a series of meetings. The first of these meetings will be held on November 17, 2021. In addition to the introduction of the preliminary instrumentation plans, there will be three plenary talks to set the stage for the follow up meetings. The follow-up meetings will be announced as the plans solidify, and will be focused on topical areas that are expected to refine and guide the instrumentation plans.

 

There is NO Registration Fee, but the registration form needs to be filled out to get into the Zoom link.