TUE October 6

Tuesday, October 6 am - Workshops

Early Science Opportunities with High Repetition Rate X-ray Sources in Gas Phase Systems

New Modes Using Synchrotron Light for In-Situ and Operando Experiments - Synthesis of Molecules and Materials

Theoretical Spectroscopy Methods and Workflows for Accurate and High throughput X-ray Spectroscopy Prediction

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Early Science Opportunities with High Repetition Rate X-ray Sources in Gas Phase Systems
Organizers: James Cryan (Lead), Peter Walter

​Workshop Abstract: This workshop will focus on Early Science opportunities for studying gas-phase molecular dynamics with the high repetition rate X-ray pulses available from LCLS-II.  We will focus on opportunities using coincidence methods applied in our reaction microscope end station (DREAM).
 

 

New Modes Using Synchrotron Light for In-Situ and Operando Experiments - Synthesis of Molecules and Materials

 

 

Theoretical Spectroscopy Methods and Workflows for Accurate and High throughput X-ray Spectroscopy Prediction
Lead Organizer: Das Pemmaraju

 

Time
PST
Title of Talk Speaker (First, Last Name) Institution
8:05 AM Multiscale simulation method for ultrafast electron-ion dynamics in dielectrics Kazuhiro Yabana University of Tsukuba
8:35 AM Monitoring the passage through conical intersections by vibronic coherence in stimulated Raman measurements with XFEL pulses Shaul Mukamel UC Irvine
9:05 AM Adequacy of damped dynamics to the electron-ion problem and applications to non-equilibrium systems. Alfredo Correaa LLNL
9:45 AM Machine Learning Identification of Local Environments from X-ray Absorption Spectra Shyue Ping Ong UCSD
10:15 AM Machine learning insights on X-ray absorption spectroscopy Linda Hung TOYOTA Research Institute
10:55 AM Numerical algorithms for x-ray spectroscopies in strongly correlated materials Chunjing Jia Stanford University/SLAC
11:25 AM Advanced methods for theoretical spectroscopy using FEFF10 and Corvus Josh Kas University of Washington
11:55 AM Predictive X-ray Spectra with the OCEAN code John Vinson NIST