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Workshop 7—Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering (RIXS): Frontiers and Perspectives

Wednesday, May 8, 2013 (afternoon)
Guest House, Conf. Rm. A

Organizers: Mary Upton and Yang Ding (APS)

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OVERVIEW

The Resonant Inelastic X-ray Scattering (RIXS) program at the APS is one of the world-leading synchrotron radiation programs. It addresses a multitude of complex materials with novel phenomena of enormous scientific importance and great technological potential, such as unconventional superconductivity, colossal magenetoresistance in manganites, multiferroics, and graphene. In order to push the envelope for this technique, leading to higher scientific impact and a more diverse user community, this workshop focuses on reviewing last year’s breakthrough scientific discoveries achieved with unprecedented energy-resolution at APS, as well as prospecting and exploring emerging scientific opportunities for the upcoming new RIXS beamline and its expanded capabilities, including the improved energy resolution and special sample environments.

AGENDA

1:50Welcome and Introductory Remarks
2:10 Young-June Kim (University of Toronto)
RIXS Investigation of Honeycomb Lattice Iridates (abstract)
2:40 Wei Ku (Brookhaven National Laboratory and State University of New York)
First-principles Method of Propagation of Tightly Bound Excitons: Exciton Band Structure of LiF and Verification with Inelastic X-ray Scattering (abstract)
3:10Break
3:40 Victor Struzhkin (Carnegie Institution for Science)
RIXS Spectroscopy at High Pressure: Mott-Hubbard Gap and Spin Crossover Transition (abstract)
4:10 Stuart Calder (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Investigations of the Slater Metal-Insulator Transition in NaOsO3
(abstract)
4:40 Mark Dean (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
Novel Magnetic Interactions in Model Iridate, Sr3CuIrO6, and Possible Spin Liquid, Na4Ir3O8 (abstract)
5:10 Adjourn

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