|About the Computational X-ray Science group
The Computational Science and Artificial Intelligence group enables computational science at XSD beamlines through collaborative work with APS beamline scientists, mathematicians, computer scientists, software engineers and scientific domain experts on scientific computing throughout the APS and other Argonne divisions. CAI activities include:
|Core competencies within the group include:
|The Theory section of CAI was established in 2004 as a joint program between the Department of Physics at Northern Illinois University and the APS and collaborates with experimental groups at several beam lines in the areas on X-ray spectroscopy, including X-ray Absorption and X-ray Magnetic Dichroism, Inelastic X-ray Scattering.
|The group develops advanced algorithms for data analysis in support of XSD beamlines, see the CAI Science Page and the List of Projects page. CAI has developed a number of advanced scientific software tools, many of which are co-supported with the SDM group.