May 19-21, 2003
Purpose & Scope of Meeting and Workshops:
The NSLS Annual Users' Meeting is a forum for reporting new research results and advances in experimental capabilities that utilize synchrotron radiation. The NSLS community includes both scientists who only occasionally use the NSLS to supplement a laboratory-based research program and those whose programs are based at one or more NSLS beamlines. The Users' Meeting brings together scientists from many diverse disciplines to share their recent accomplishments and visions of the future. It also provides them with the opportunity to visit with old friends and to forge new relationships.
Because the focus of our meeting is on the science produced at the NSLS, we especially encourage the infrequent or new synchrotron user to attend. Through workshops, invited talks, the poster session, vendor exhibits showing new advancements in equipment and instrumentation, and the informal interactions, there will be numerous opportunities to learn about new frontiers in synchrotron-based experimentation and how these will impact your research interests.
The Users' Meeting is an ideal time to interact with the wide variety of scientists who make the NSLS a most productive user facility.
We hope to see you at the 2003 NSLS Users' Meeting being held at Brookhaven National Laboratory, May 19-21.
Users' Executive Committee of the
National Synchrotron Light Source Users' Association