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Workshop 6: X-ray Detector Technologies: Present and Future Directions

Co-organizers: Patricia Fernandez and John Quintana

The aim of this workshop is to acquaint APS users with x-ray detection technologies and resources available at the APS today, and to present current advances in x-ray detector development that may have an impact on future synchrotron-based research.

Thursday, May 6, 2004
Bldg. 402, Lecture Hall
1:30 pm APS X-ray Detector Needs: an Issue Covering 15 Orders of Magnitudes Jin Wang, XFD, Argonne National Laboratory
2:30 X-ray Detector and Beamline Instrumentation Development in the APS Operations Division
Steve Ross, APS Operations Division, Argonne National Laboratory
3:00 New Time-Resolved Detector for Small-Angle X-ray Scattering Studies
Jan Hessler, Chemistry Division, Argonne National Laboratory
3:30 Break
3:45 Bent Laue Crystal Analyzers for X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Grant Bunker , Illinois Institute of Technology and Quercus X-ray Technologies, LLC
4:15 Protein Crystallographic Detectors of the 21 st Century: Where are We Going?
Edwin Westbrook, Molecular Biology Consortium, Inc.
5:00 Synchrotron Radiation Detectors: Current Status and Where Future Trends are Taking the UK
Gareth Derbyshire, CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
6:00 Closing remarks


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