Photo: Researchers displaying their posters

The user science poster session provides a great opportunity to share your latest advances and results as well as network with colleagues to learn about new capabilities, technology and research results.  The next User Science Poster Session and competition was held on Thursday, September 27, 5-7 pm.

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2018 Joe Wong Outstanding Poster Award Competition (and thank you to the SSRL and LCLS UEC Judges)!


Bor-Rong Chen, Stanford University/SLAC SSRL:  Understanding Crystallization Pathways of Manganese Oxide Polymorphs Formation by Using in-situ X-ray Scattering

Valentina Rossi, University College Cork, Ireland:  Synchrotron-X-ray Fluorescence of Melanosomes Reveals Soft Tissue Anatomy of Fossil Vertebrates

Kelly Summers, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada:  8-Hydroxyquinolines in the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease:  Direct Interactions with the Amyloid Beta Peptide

See 2018 submitted posters


Congratulations to the recipients of the 2017 Joe Wong Outstanding Poster Award Competition!

Gauthier Deblonde, LBNL:  Shedding Light on the Transplutonium Element (Am, Cm, Bk, Cf) Solution Chemistry Using EXAFS - Beam Line 11-2

Izumi Ishigami, Albert Einstein College of Medicine:  Crystal Structure of CO-bound Cytochrome c Oxidase Determined by Serial Femtosecond X-ray Crystallography at Room Temperature

Ariana Peck, Stanford University:  Intermolecular Correlations are Necessary to Explain Diffuse Scattering from Protein Crystals

See 2017 submitted posters