Presenting a poster is a great way to share your latest research advances and find out what's new from other users. This year, we are asking that just one individual register to present for each poster. Posters should be based on recent results from research done at LCLS or SSRL. This is a requirement if you wish to compete for a Joe Wong Poster Award.
Upload an .mp4 of your presentation, using PowerPoint, Zoom, or similar software. The first slide should be an image of your poster. From there you can include up to 4 more slides formatted however you like. Your entire presentation should not exceed 4 minutes and will be available for viewing by participants and judges throughout the Conference. Time will be provided for live questions and answers in a breakout session for your designated topic area (details TBD).
We look forward to your presentation!
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2020 Joe Wong Outstanding Poster Award Competition presented at the SSRL/LCLS Annual Users' Meeting (link is external) on September 30, 2020 (and thank you to the SSRL and LCLS UEC Judges)!
- Tiffany Slater, University College Cork, Ireland. D-5: Fossil feathers: testing their biochemical fidelity using a spectroscopic approach (link is external)
- Adrien Descamps, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA. D-12: Direct temperature measurement of shock compressed Argon using the LCLS (link is external)
- Mia Lahey-Rudolph, Lübeck University, Germany. A-16: Fixed-target serial femtosecond crystallography using micro crystals grown in living insect cells (link is external)
- Elyse Schriber, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory: Advances in structure and property determination or high-throughput materials discovery using XFELs.
- Aditya Sood, Stanford University: Time-resolved dynamics of the electrically-triggered phase transition in VO2 probed using MeV-UED.
- Kelly Summers, University of Saskatchewan: 8-Hydroxyquinolines in the treatment of cancer: A key role for copper in their mechanism of action.