MON October 5

Monday, October 5 am - Workshops

Activating and Monitoring Biological Processes in Time-Resolved Experiments

Ghost Imaging with X-rays and Electrons

Opportunities in Chemistry & Catalysis Research Using Quick Scanning XAS

The Matter in Extreme Conditions Upgrade Project

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Activating and Monitoring Biological Processes in Time-Resolved Experiments

 

Ghost Imaging with X-rays and Electrons
Organizers: TJ Lane (Lead), Daniel Ratner

Interest in ghost imaging (also known as multiplexing or structured illumination, depending on the field) has been growing in the x-ray and electron community. By measuring many time/space/energy positions at once, we hope to dream of totally new experiments that were not possible before. We hope you will attend to learn more about this emerging experimental idea and contribute your ideas!

 

Time
PST
Title of Talk Speaker (First, Last Name) Institution Time Zone
4:00 PM Introduction TJ Lane & Daniel Ratner DESY / SLAC GMT -7
4:30 PM HATRX - Hadamard time-resolved x-ray crystallography Briony York University of Bradford GMT +1
5:00 PM -- discussion / break -- -- -- --
5:15 PM X-ray ghost imaging in one, two and three spatial dimensions David Paganin Monash University GMT +10
5:45 PM Progress on X-ray Fourier-transform ghost imaging with single exposure Hong Yu SIO&FM / CAS GMT +8
6:15 PM -- discussion / break -- -- -- --
6:30 PM Ghost imaging in accelerators Siqi Li SLAC GMT -7
7:00 PM The potential of ghost imaging for super-resolution and dose-reduction Andrew Kingston ANU GMT +10
7:30 PM Conclusions & any final discussion.

 

 

 

Opportunities in Chemistry & Catalysis Research Using Quick Scanning XAS

Organizers:  Simon Bare, Adam Hoffman, Oliver Mueller (SLAC/SSRL)

Summary:  SSRL will be implementing a dedicated quick scanning monochromator for X-ray absorption spectroscopy (QEXAFS) on BL10-2 in the fall of 2021, making it the first such monochromator on a wiggler beamline. This exciting capability will open up new scientific opportunities in many areas of chemistry and catalysis. This workshop will bring together experts in the field and help define new opportunities especially in kinetics and dynamics of catalytic processes.

Confirmed Speakers:

  1. Valérie Brios, Soleil (valerie.briois@synchrotron-soleil.fr); “ROCK, the SOLEIL’s Quick-EXAFS beamline: ms time resolution, multivariate analysis and hyperspectral imaging for operando characterizations”
  2. Vadim Murzim, University of Wuppertal / Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY) (vadim.murzin@desy.de): "Time-resolved XAS studies of catalysts and nanomaterials at P64"
  3. Charlotte Vogt, Weizmann Institute for Science (c.vogt@uu.nl); “Quick-XAS to Understand Structure Sensitivity in Catalysis”
  4. Adam Hugh Clark, Paul Scherrer Institute (adam.clark@psi.ch); “Title tba”
  5. Mark Newton, ETH Zurich (mark.newton@chem.ethz.ch); “Title tba”
  6. Jan-Dierk Grunwaldt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (grunwaldt@kit.edu); “Title tba”
  7. Maarten Nachtegaal, Paul Scherrer Institute (maarten.nachtegaal@psi.ch);“Title tba”
  8. Oliver Mueller, SLAC National Accelerator Lab (omueller@slac.stanford.edu); “Title tba”

Proposed Schedule:

Time (PST)

Title

Speaker

Institution

07:15 – 07:30

Introduction

Simon, Adam and Oliver

SLAC/SSRL

07:30 – 08:00

ROCK, the SOLEIL’s Quick-EXAFS beamline: ms time resolution, multivariate analysis and hyperspectral imaging for operando characterizations

Valérie Brios

Soleil

08:00 – 08:30

Time-resolved XAS studies of catalysts and nanomaterials at P64

Vadim Murzim

University of Wuppertal / Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY)

08:30 – 09:00

QXAS beamline at SSRL: BL10-2

Oliver Mueller & Adam Hoffman

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

09:00 – 09:30

Quick-XAS to Understand Structure Sensitivity in Catalysis

Charlotte Vogt

Weizmann Institute for Science

09:30 – 09:45

BREAK

 

 

09:45 – 10:15

tba

Adam Hugh Clark

Paul Scherrer Institute

10:15 – 10:45

tba

Mark Newton

ETH Zurich

10:45 – 11:15

tba

Jan-Dierk Grunwaldt

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

11:15 – 11:30

BREAK

 

 

11:30 – 12:00

tba

Maarten Nachtegaal

Paul Scherrer Institute

12:00 – 12:30

Discussion

All participants

 

 

The Matter in Extreme Conditions Upgrade Project

Workshop Abstract: The Matter in Extreme Conditions instrument is in the planning phases of a major upgrade that would create a new experimental hall combining world-class high power lasers with the LCLS hard X-ray line. Following a brief update on MEC operations, this workshop will update the community on the current status of the project, including science motivations and plans for configurations and flagship experiments. A Town Hall Q&A session will be led by the User Advisory Panel.

Organizers: Gilliss Dyer (Lead), Alan Fry, Siegfried Glenzer

 

Time
PST
Title of Talk Speaker (First, Last Name) Institution
7:30 AM MEC Plans for Run 19 Gilliss Dyer SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
8:00 AM MEC Upgrade Project: DOE perspective Kramer Akli Department of Energy Fusion Energy Science
8:15 AM MEC upgrade project: LCLS perspective Mike Dunne SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
8:30 AM MEC Upgrade Project Status Alan Fry SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
9:15 AM Frontier Science on the Upgraded MEC Siegfried Glenzer SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
10:00 AM Experimental Platforms and Flagship Configurations Gilliss Dyer SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
10:45 AM Intro to The User Advisory Panel Richard Sandberg Brigham Young University
11:30 AM Q&A and Summary Session