An annual week-long event with presentations, expos, posters, workshops, and social events.
Update meetings for PSC staff and resident users.
A lunchtime gathering with presentations of the newest results from the experiment hall floor. Speakers are not announced in advance.
A weekly meeting with the Beamline Controls staff to discuss Bluesky
A series that brings distinguished scientists from all disciplines to lecture on topics of general interest.
The series is focused on various aspects of computation for synchrotron science; talks are related to data analysis, reconstruction, theory, simulation, optimization, machine learning, automation, and visualization. The seminar provides an opportunity to present and learn about state-of-the-art software and the application of computational, AI/ML and mathematical techniques to synchrotron science.
Provides an opportunity for discussion, presentation and communication amongst the resident user community, those working on the project, and those working on R&D topics of importance to the future of the APS.Will help strengthen and streamline communications between the APS-U and the various APS communities.
APS-Upgrade (APS-U) Planning Meeting
A meeting that emphasizes topics relevant primarily to people working directly for the APS-U project.
Intended for accelerator scientists, engineers, and technicians. The seminars focus on the physics, technology, and applications of particle and photon beams.
Topical meetings for ANL-based users of GSAS-II, an APS-developed software package for x-ray and neutron diffraction supporting data analysis techniques that include single-crystal crystallography, powder diffraction crystallography (Rietveld analysis), stress and texture measurements, small-angle scattering, area detector calibration and integration, and soon reflectometry. It replaces the aging GSAS/EXPGUI packages, which are currently cited ~500 times/year, but GSAS-II offers many more capabilities.
A forum for direct discussion and exchange of technical information between beamline technical personnel and the APS.
Self-organizing groups offer forums for discussion among users and beamline staff who are interested in advancing synchrotron research in specialized areas.