The Advanced Photon Source will hold a virtual town hall for users interested in the project to construct the 3D Micro and Nano Diffraction (3DMN) and ATOMIC beamlines at 34-ID. The town hall runs from 10 a.m. to noon CT (UTC-6) on Monday, December 6.
Presentations at the town hall will cover the timing and scope of the 34-ID construction, and the new capabilities that will be available to users after the APS Upgrade is complete. There will be a Q&A session to field any questions from town hall attendees.
Please register for the virtual town hall by sending an email message to 3DAT_TownHall@anl.gov including your name, affiliation, citizenship, and email address. Please include “3DMN/ATOMIC Town Hall” in the subject line of your email. You will receive an email response that includes the final agenda and a link to use to connect to the meeting. Registration deadline is December 2.
Time Speaker Topic
10:00-10.20 (20’) Jonathan Lang Welcome, goals of the townhall and APS-U overview
10.20-10:35 (15’) Ross Harder APS-U 34-ID beamline overview common parts
10.35-10:55 (20’) Jon Tischler & Ross Harder APS-U 34-ID scientific programs
10:55-11:15 (20’) Jon Tischler APS-U 3DMN instruments
11:15-11:35 (20’) Ross Harder APS-U ATOMIC instrument
11:35-11:45 (10’) Jon Tischler GUP timelines, etc.
11:45-12:00 (10’) General questions and discussion
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