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Advanced Photon Source Program

Opening Session, May 4, 2005
9:00 am

Welcome
Mark Rivers, Chair, APS Users Organization

9:05

Welcome
Robert Rosner, Director, Argonne National Laboratory

9:10

News from the Hill
Senator Richard Durbin, U.S. Senator from Illinois

9:35 DOE Perspective
Pedro Montano, DOE Office of Basic Energy Science
9:50 CNM Update
Eric Isaacs, Director, Center for Nanoscale Materials
10:05 APS Update and Directions
Murray Gibson, Director, Advanced Photon Source
10:35 Break
10:55

Compton Award Presentations

  • X-ray Microscopy with Zone Plates -- Early Experiments
    Günter Schmahl, University of Göttingen, Germany
  • Zone Plates for Microprobes and Scanning Microscopy
    Janos Kirz, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California
11:35 Reflections on the 10th Anniversary: How Photon Sources Were Advanced by the APS
David Moncton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts
12:15 pm Lunch
Science Session I: May 4, 2005
1:30 pm Uniform Catalytic Site in Sn-beta Zeolite Determined Using X-ray Absorption Fine Structure
Simon R. Bare, UOP LLC, Des Plaines, Illinois
2:10 It’s Not As Easy As It Looks: Application of Synchrotron-based Techniques to the Analysis of Environmental Contaminants
Peggy A. O’Day, University of California, Merced
2:50 Break
3:10 The APS and Archaeometallurgy: Studying the Alloys and Forming Techniques of the Medieval Brass Industry
Brian Newbury, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
3:50 Structural Studies of Catalytic RNA Molecules
Alfonso Mondragon, Northwestern University
4:30 Adjourn to poster session
Science Session II: May 5, 2005
9:00 am Welcome and Announcements
Mark Rivers, Chair, APS Users Organization
9:20 Imaging Electronic Motion in Water with Attosecond Time Resolution
Peter Abbamonte, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York
10:00 A Survey of Possible Near-term Accelerator Improvements
Michael Borland, Operations Analysis Group, APS Operations Division, Advanced Photon Source
10:40 Break
11:00 Structural Biology and Genomes
Aled Edwards, University of Toronto
11:40 APSUO Election Results
Mark Rivers, Chair, APS Users Organization
11:50 Student Poster Awards
12:00 Lunch

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