FMC - Special Symposium on Novel X-ray and EUV Light Sources and Sciences; Accelerator-based X-ray Free-Electron Lasers and Science

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Oct 17th at 1:30 PM until 3:30 PM


Special Symposia 


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Novel light sources producing temporally and spatially coherent electromagnetic radiations in the extreme wavelength regimes are becoming available to the scientific communities, affording them unprecedented capabilities for probing and manipulating natural processes occurring in the ultrasmall length scale and ultrafast time scale. The special symposia explore the recent advances in both table-top and accelerator-based light sources for EUV and X-ray generation, and new and exciting sciences and technological applications made possible by the technological breakthroughs. Session Type: Symposia Session Presider: Carmen Menoni 1:30 PM-2:00 PM FMC1. Ultrafast dynamics in surface chemical reactions probed with free-electron lasers W. Wurth 2:00 PM-2:30 PM FMC2. A Next Generation X-ray Laser Array at the Berkeley Lab: Science Drivers and Facility Overview R. Schoenlein 2:30 PM-3:00 PM FMC3. X-ray Lasers for Molecular-Resolution Time-Resolved Nanocrystallography in Biology J. Spence 3:00 PM-3:30 PM FMC4. Applications of the LCLS X-ray Free Electron Laser for High-Energy Density Science R. Lee