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Workshop 3

Scientific Applications of the Hard X-ray Nanoprobe

Tuesday, May 3, 2005
Location: Bldg. 402, Lecture Hall

Organizers: Jörg Maser, Advanced Photon Source; Brian Stephenson, Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory; and Paul Evans, University of Wisconsin-Madison

A hard x-ray nanoprobe beamline is being constructed at sector 26 of the Advanced Photon Source. It is designed to characterize nanoscale systems and devices at a spatial resolution of 30 nm, using x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy, x-ray diffraction, and transmission imaging. This workshop is aimed at exploring future scientific applications of the instrument, such as the study of biological and bio-inorganic composites, complex oxides, and magnetic materials.

  Session I
8:50 am

Opening Remarks
Eric Isaacs, Director, Center for Nanoscale Materials

9:00 Nanotechnology Research Activities at the SPring-8
Shigeru Kimura, JASRI/SPring-8
9:30

X-ray Nanoprobes at the ESRF: Present and Future
Jean Susini, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility

10:00 The Hard X-ray Nanoprobe at the Advanced Photon Source
Jörg Maser, Advanced Photon Source
10:30 Break
  Session II
11:00 Localization of Nanoparticles in Intracellular Sites
Gayle Woloschak, Northwestern University
11:30

Healing of Nanoparticle Surfaces Enables Bio-Inorganic Hybrids
Tijana Rajh, Argonne National Laboratory

12:00 Three-dimensional Imaging by Inversion of Coherent X-ray Diffraction
Ian Robinson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
12:30 Lunch
  Session III
2:00 Double-reflection Phenomena in High-energy Bragg Diffraction form Single Crystal Substrates and Its Implications for X-ray Topography
Cev Noyan, Columbia University
2:30 Microdiffraction in Ferroelectric BaTiO3
Martin Holt, Advanced Photon Source
3:00 Time-resolved Studies of Ferroelectric Domains
Carol Thompson, Northern Illinois University
3:30 Structure, Magnetism, and Ferroelectricity at the Nanoscale
Paul Evans, University of Wisconsin-Madison
4:00 Magnetic Microscopy with Circularly Polarized Beam
George Srajer, Advanced Photon Source
4:30 Adjourn to poster session

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