NSLS-II   |   CFN   |   Brookhaven National Laboratory

Workshop 8: Multi-modal Synchrotron Approach – Research Needs and Scientific Vision

Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Organizer(s): Karen Chen-Wiegart (NSLS-II/BNL), Eric Dooryhee (NSLS-II/BNL), Iradwikanari Waluyo (NSLS-II/BNL), Lin Yang (NSLS-II/BNL), Eli Stavitski (NSLS-II/BNL), Andrew Kiss (NSLS-II/BNL), Stuart Campbell (NSLS-II/BNL)

Location: Berkner Hall, Room B - Bldg. 488

Description:

NSLS-II recognizes opportunities in utilizing complementary techniques across multiple beamlines at NSLS-II, and in combining synchrotron techniques with other techniques, such as the electron-based imaging methods at CFN, as well as theory and modeling. Such a holistic approach will bring higher impact and deeper understanding in complex, heterogeneous systems, critical for our scientific and technological drives. A truly integrated multimodal approach at synchrotron facilities also brings challenges in the logistics and in both hardware and software. The workshop is intended to draw discussions regarding the research needs and scientific vision with multimodality, from the NSLS-II user community, as well as scientists from other synchrotron facilities, universities, and industries.

StartsEndsList of Speakers
11:30 AM  Workshop Lunch, (provided)
Workshop Location
12:30 PM12:40 PM Karen Chen-Wiegart, Stony Brook University / BNL
Opening remark: Welcome and Purpose of Workshop
12:40 PM2:30 PM Theme 1, Scientific Needs and Vision of Multimodal Approach
Session Chairs: Irawikanari (Ira), Eric Dooryhee, Karen Chen-Wiegart
12:40 PM1:10 PM Bruce Gates, University of California, Davis
Atomically Dispersed Supported Metal Catalysts: Synthesis, Structural Characterization, and Catalyst Performance
1:10 PM1:40 PM Igor Levin, National Institute of Standards & Technology
Determining Atomic Order on the Nanoscale via Multiple-technique structure Refinements using Reverse Monte Carlo
1:40 PM2:10 PM Yiyang Li, Sandia National Laboratory
Visualizing Electrochemistry through Multimodal Microscopy for Batteries and Neuromorphic Computing
2:10 PM2:40 PM Jason Trelewicz, Stony Brook University
Leveraging Multi-modal Synchrotron X-Ray Techniques in Additively Manufactured Alloy Development
2:40 PM3:00 PM Review and Discussion, Theme 1
Moderators: Session Chairs
3:00 PM3:20 PM Coffee Break, (provided)
Group Photo
3:20 PM6:00 PM Theme 2, Technical Challenges and Solutions to Multimodality: Correlative and Integrating Data Analysis,
Visualization and Interpretation - Session Chairs: Andrew Kiss, Stuart Campell
3:20 PM3:50 PM Mark Rivers, University of Chicago
Multi-modal Analysis at GeoSoilEnviroCARS
3:50 PM4:20 PM Marcus Hanwell, Kitware
Open Visualization of Multi-modal Data from Tomviz to Jupyter
4:20 PM4:50 PM Kevin Yager, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Autonomous X-ray Scattering
4:50 PM5:20 PM Yang Yang, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility
Correlative and Quantitative Nano-imaging with a High Energy X-ray Cryo Nano-probe
5:20 PM5:40 PM Review and Discussion, Theme 2
Moderators: Session Chairs
5:40 PM6:00 PM Conclusion and Adjourn, Workshop Organizers
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