Issue 7; April 20, 2001
Last Call for Submissions to the APS Activity Report 2000
APS Users Organization Maintains Electronic Employment Bulletin Board
APS CATs Adopt Uniform Cycle for II Proposal Submission and Review
Call for Submissions to the APS Activity Report
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NOT Argonne employees. Although the publication clearance
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Users Organization Maintains Electronic Employment
address of the board is as follows: http://www.aps.anl.gov/apsuo/employment/opp.html
CATs Adopt Uniform Cycle for II Proposal Submission
Seven CATs (BESSRC-, DND-, IMCA-, PNC-, SBC-, SRI-, and UNI-CATs) are now accepting proposals from IIs, with CARS-CAT and MR-CAT expected to begin shortly.
For further information on the APS II program, go to the following Web address:
http://www.aps.anl.gov/xfd/communicator/useroffice/II_proposal.html, or contact Susan Strasser (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For further information on APS CATs and their capabilities, go to the APS CAT Guide and Beamline Directory:
schedule for the rest of this fiscal year contains an
18-shift period of low-emittance operation scheduled for
September. Machine studies have been underway to decrease
the horizontal emittance by 50%. This reduction of the
horizontal emittance will improve the overall beam
brilliance by at least a factor of two. The increased
brilliance will be of direct benefit to those groups using
coherence and/or microfocused beams because it will result
in a smaller horizontal source size and divergence. Further
machine studies with reduced horizontal emittance are
planned to both optimize the storage ring operation and to
provide machine studies time for "sneak previews" by the
users during the next user run.
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