Workshop Energy-Tunable X-Ray Infrastructure At GT: Where We Are and Where Do We Want to Go?
Energy-Tunable X-Ray Infrastructure At GT: Where We Are and Where Do We Want to Go?
This event aims to bring together researchers from across GT around the topic of energy-tunable and high-flux x-ray research infrastructure at GT. Energy-tunable x-ray infrastructure allows for unique measurements of materials structure and chemistry such as x-ray absorption, anomalous x-ray diffraction, high q-space pair distribution function, photon-in/photon-out operando experiments, and elemental contrast x-ray microscopy. The workshop has the dual purpose of: 1) uniting the interested parties to discuss further development, including plans for an NSF Mid-Scale Research Infrastructure proposal, and 2) training our current and future users on the data reduction, analysis (including fitting to models), and interpretation x-ray absorption spectra obtained at our benchtop easyXAFS instrument.
Presentation of current capabilities.
Presentation of potential target areas.
Discussion on NSF Midscale Research Infrastructure (breakout session).
Presentation of XAS and XES analytical tools (hardware and software).
Workshop on Demeter, and XAS analysis software package Athena and Artemis.
Hands-on work with real data using Athena and Artemis (data reduction and data modeling/fitting).
REGISTER AT: https://tinyurl.com/IMATxrayWKSP2022
Led By: Faisal Alamgir, Professor; School of Materials Science & Engineering