Satellite Meetings 2022 organised by DESY
Friday, 21st January 2022
The Beamline Portfolio of PETRA IV
Organizer: S. Klumpp
Time: 14.00 - 18.00 PDF Programme
Presentation of the beamline categories and flagship beamlines of the PETRA IV beamline portfolio, the current status of the development of the PETRA IV project and the schedule for the technical design of the proposed beamlines.
MHz diffraction and spectroscopy in the DAC at the HED instrument
Organizers: R. Husband, Z. Konôpková, K. Appel, V. Cerantola, C. Strohm
Over the past two years, the user community has pioneered MHz time-resolved diffraction and spectroscopy experiments in diamond anvil cells at the HED instrument of EU.XFEL. This workshop combines reports on progress in recent X-ray heating, pulsed laser heating, and dynamic compression experiments, with a discussion of overarching topics, and an outlook on future opportunities.
Monday, 24th January 2022
Status and research highlights of the ECB (P02.2) at PETRA III
Organizer: H. P. Liermann
Time: 13.30 -17.30 PDF programme
The Extreme Conditions Beamline (ECB) P02.2 at PETRA III is a micro to sub-micron X-ray diffraction beamline dedicated to high-pressure and simultaneous high/low temperatures research in the Diamond Anvil Cell (DAC). In 2021 we continued the upgrade of laser heating system at the ECB in order to meet the ever-increasing needs of the community. Furthermore, we implemented Partially-Coherent Propagation-Based Phase Contrast Imaging in the dynamic driven DAC. Within this satellite workshop we will present the current status of the ECB and recent science highlights that make use of the new capabilities. Finally, we will give an outlook of new developments planned for 2022 and the plans for ExTReM at PETRA IV.
X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy and X-ray Diffraction Satellite Meeting
Organizer: A. Schoekel, W. Caliebe
Time: 13.00 - 18.00 PDF Programme
Multimodal measurement techniques are of ever-increasing demand to tackle many pressing questions in a multitude of research fields. Especially the combination of complementary techniques in one single experiment offers many advantages, since it makes results directly comparable. So far, most experiments, which required information from X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) and from X-ray Diffraction (XRD) measurements were performed at two different instruments. Just a few combined experiments have been performed at DESY in recent years. This satellite meeting will give an overview on how results from XAS and XRD measurements are combined in current research at DESY, and what the future developments at PETRA III and PETRA IV for
combined experiments could look like.
We are looking forward to some highlights from user research and an outlook to future possibilities at DESY. Please contact Wolfgang Caliebe (email@example.com) or Alexander Schökel (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
Science driven data management solutions
Organizer: A. Barty
Time: 13.00 - 17.00
The data volumes and data rates generated by state-of-the-art high frame rate multi-megapixel detectors demand new approaches to how users manage their experimental data. There is a desperate need for user-oriented tools to help users manage their large datasets, from data collection through to analysis, publication and long-term archiving. Meanwhile, the trend to request data associated with publications be made openly available and repeatable the development of user-focused tools to facilitate and simplify this process. This satellite engages with users to determine the data management tools needed to improve their research data management workflows. It forms a part of the Daphne4NFDI project, an initiative funded as a part of the German NFDI program to develop infrastructures to serve the future data management needs of the photon and neutron science community.
The Swedish Materials Science beamline at PETRA III
Time: 13:00 - 17:30
Organizer: U. Lienert PDF programme
This satellite meeting focusses on the in-line branch P21.2 of the Swedish Materials Science beamline at PETRA III which is dedicated to multi-modal materials characterization by high-energy synchrotron radiation. The status of the beamline will be presented and future developments will be discussed. Selected experimental case studies will be presented by users. A summary of activities at the P21.1 side-station will also be given. An activity report of the Center for X-rays in Swedish Materials Science (CeXS), the academic host of the SMS beamline, will be presented.
Tuesday 25th January 2022
SAXS/WAXS/GISAXS @ PETRA III
Organizers: Stephan Roth; S. Haas, F. Bertram
Time: 09.00 - 18.00 PDF programme
The workshop addresses current and potential users of small-angle X-ray scattering at PETRA III. It is intended to present and discuss the status and perspectives of the current and future experimental facilities in this field at DESY and recent as well as planned user activities. It shall foster communication among the users and identify common interests.
In situ studies at extreme conditions using the Large Volume Press at P61B
Organizers: R. Farla, S. Bhat
Time: 13.00 - 18.00 PDF programme
In situ studies on mm-sized samples at high pressures (< 30 GPa) and temperatures (< 2300 K) in the Aster-15 LVP are now routinely possible at P61B using the white X-ray beam, 2 Ge-detectors and the X-ray microscope. Energy-dispersive X-ray diffraction can be combined with press rotation of the sample in the beam, particularly useful when the sample develops large grains (at high T) or a crystallographic preferred orientation (due to deviatoric stresses). One of the two detectors can be tilted vertically to collect diffracted X-rays between the WC anvils in cubic compression mode. This setup can be enhanced using both detectors and X-ray transparent sintered-diamond anvils for in situ studies of rock deformation at high pressures (4 – 15 GPa). Imaging experiments, such as falling sphere viscosimetry, are possible. Furthermore, we offer additional in situ techniques, such as 1) acoustic emissions detection to study brittle processes in samples under stress, and 2) ultrasonic wave speed measurements to study the elastic/seismic properties of materials under range of conditions of P & T. Both systems are available for beam time and experiment time with and without X-rays, respectively. For resistive heating, we offer the choice of using a DC or AC heating system. More details on the status, development and future of the beamline (also at PETRA IV), will be presented at this dedicated workshop. We hope this meeting offers an opportunity for you to connect with the beamline scientists and invited speakers, and we encourage you to submit a proposal for regular beam time by the deadline of 01 March 2022.
High Energy X-ray Diffraction for Physics and Chemistry
Organzier: M. von Zimmermann, A.-Chr. Dippel
Time: 13.30 - 18.00 PDF programme
High energy X-ray diffraction and scattering based techniques play a major role in many scientific fields incl. physics, chemistry, and materials science. In particular, they enable complex in situ and operando experiments and the analysis of local (dis)order on atomic scale. This workshop brings together experienced users, interested researchers, and beamline staff. We are going to present and discuss the current and future capabilities available at the high-energy scattering and diffraction beamlines P07-DESY and P21.1 as well as key experiments that demonstrate the wide spectrum of scientific applications.
Future prospects in momentum microscopy at PETRA and FLASH
Organizer: T. Peixoto (P22), Chr. Schlueter (P22) and M. Scholz (FLASH)
Time: 09.30 - 18.30 PDF programme
In the past few years there has been an increasingly effervescent and successful development of time-of-flight momentum microscopy at PETRA and FLASH. The aim of this workshop is to raise visibility on the momentum microscopy activities at DESY, and to foster scientific discussions and exchange within the (H)ARPES and (h)XPD community.
12th Workshop on X-Ray Nano-Imaging of Biological and Chemical Systems at PETRA III and P10 workshop: 100 Experiments at GINIX
Organizer: Chr. Schroer, M. Sprung , G. Falkenberg
Time: 13.00 - 19.00 PDF programme
The workshop gives attention to x-ray microscopy at various PETRA III beamlines with special emphasis on applications in biology and chemistry. Several scientific highlights are presented, starting with the celebration of “100 + experiments at GINIX” (P10) and concluded with a series of short contributions from P06 users. Participants are encouraged to discuss future scientific opportunities for nano-imaging experiments at Petra III and PETRA IV.
X-ray absorption spectroscopy at P64/65 current status and future perspectives at PETRA IV
Organizer: Edmund Welter, Wolfgang Caliebe
Time: 13.00 - 17.00 PDF programme
The satellite workshop is intended to give an overview about the current status of the X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy beamlines, the associated projects, and results from different external user groups. Short- and long-term plans for instrumentation concerning experimental techniques and sample environments will be presented and discussed, as well as results from users' experiments. This year the perspectives for X-ray absorption spectroscopy and related spectroscopic methods at the future PETRA IV storage ring will be one key aspect of the presentations. Present and future users are strongly encouraged to participate in this workshop and to discuss their options and future plans with the beamline staff.
Virtual Laboratory for Instrumental Analysis (VIA)
Organizer: Marina Sturm, Ann-Christin Dippel
Time: 09.30 - 12.30 PDF programme
The Virtual Laboratory for Instrumental Analysis (VIA) provides various tools for multimodal measurements that complement the x-ray based techniques at PETRA III beamlines. These additional analytical methods allow a broad investigation of the chemical properties and behavior of substances. The workshop will give an overview of available devices and scientific applications and will address user requirements.
Accelerating the industrialization of metal 3D printing
Organizer: Nadja Kölpin, ITT/DESY
Time: 13.00 - 15.00
The industrialization of 3D printing offers the opportunity to simplify and accelerate production and development processes. The technology provides the chance to completely rethink products in terms of designs and functionality. For metal processing additive manufacturing is opening up new dimensions: It enables filigree shapes for complex components that would not be possible using conventional manufacturing processes. At the same time, mastering the materials is challenging and prone to risk.
How can we make 3D printing technology ready for serial production? What methods for quality assurance need to be developed? How can x-ray-analyses help to identify defects at an early stage? What processes on the nanoscale influence the outcome of printing processes? How can DESY contribute with its equipment in the area of process optimization, analysis and standardization? And how can the research facilities of tomorrow like PETRA IV boost these findings? This seminar aims to give new impulses on the current chances and challenges of metal 3D printing and will share insights from scientists and industry experts.
Keynote Henning Fehrmann, Fehrmann Tech Group: The central challenge to all of us: How to build resilient supply chains
Dr. Marc Thiry, Hereon: When additive manufacturing meets large facilities
Dr. Bernhard Hesse, Xploraytion GmbH: Chances and challenges of synchrotron µCT imaging for metal additive manufacturing in industrial application
Dr. Ulrich Lienert, DESY: Characterization of bulk metals by high-energy synchrotron radiation at the Swedish Materials Science beamline P21.2
Dr. Pere Barriobero Vila, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR): Insights into alloy and part development for laser-based metal additive manufacturing
Prof. Dr. Andreas Stierle, DESY: The DESY Nanolab
Dr. Antony Vamvakeros, Finden: Chemical tomography for investigating materials and devices
Satellite Meetings 2022 organised by European XFEL
Friday, 21st January 2022
Studying molecular water
Organizer: Chris Milne
Time: 9:00 - 16:30 PDF Programme
Water is fundamental to life on Earth, which has long made it an intense area of research across many disciplines, and yet many of its physical properties are still not well understood. With the ultrashort, intense, and spatially coherent X-ray pulses available at X-ray free electron lasers there is the potential for rapid advances in our understanding of molecular water. In order to support and encourage this important area of research the European XFEL will issue a special Call for Proposals focussed on molecular water research and this satellite meeting will introduce and define the initial Expression of Interest phase of this call.
Monday, 24th January 2022
MID workshop: User research and new developments
Organizer: A. Madsen
Time: 9:15 – 17:30 PDF Programme
The goal of the workshop is to present and discuss recent results obtained by users at the Materials Imaging and Dynamics Instrument (MID). In addition, the instrument's capabilities are presented and an outlook is given towards future new developments. The aim is to allocate ample time for discussions and interactions between potential new user groups, experienced users, and the MID staff scientists.
The SXP instrument at the European XFEL: status and perspectives
Organizer: M. Izquierdo
Time: 09:00 – 14:00 PDF Programme
The SXP (Soft X-ray Port) is the third instrument at the soft X-ray undulator system of the European XFEL. The core idea of the instrument is to extend the portfolio of techniques available at the baseline instruments SCS and SQS. In this workshop, the status of the project and its new scientific perspectives will be discussed.
SCS instrument science and updates
Organizers: A. Scherz, G. Mercurio
Time: 13:00 - 17:40 PDF Programme
This satellite meeting will provide an overview of the scientific activities performed over the last three years at the SCS instrument with an outlook to future capabilities. Currently available instrumentation will be presented along with few selected results of user experiments. The aim of this workshop is also to introduce our plans for instrument upgrades. A final roundtable session will provide the user community ample time to discuss with instrument scientists present capabilities and future directions offered by the SCS Instrument.
Detectors at European XFEL
Organizer: Monica Turcato
Time: 14:00 - 16:30 PDF Programme
The European XFEL specific time structure poses challenges to the development of detectors, which are able to cope with it. These challenges, the burst mode in particular, are at the moment unique to the EuXFEL facility. The detectors for the European XFEL have on one hand to satisfy stringent requirements similar to those of detectors used at other facilities, like the low noise and the high dynamic range, and in addition, be able to collect frames at a maximum frame rate of 4.5 MHz, in a burst lasting maximum 0.6 ms. Detectors with these features did not exist when the European XFEL was founded and do not exist now, with the exception of those in use at the EuXFEL. The large MHz detectors, the AGIPD, DSSC and LPD, have been developed specifically for the European XFEL and are the results of a development effort that lasted many years.<
After four years of operation, relevant progress has been made on the understanding of the MHz detectors, resulting in significant improvements in the quality of the produced data. In addition to the MHz detectors, other detectors running at a lower frame rate have been installed at the instruments, allowing the investigation of other scientific cases. Among those, especially the Jungfrau is widely used and is providing good scientific data.
The workshop aims to illustrate which detectors are in use at the different beamlines, their specifications, how they are operated, the achieved performances and the scientific cases for which they are used. The input of the users is highly welcome, especially in illustrating how a specific detector feature is improving the scientific data quality, or if it now constitutes a limitation for science, as this will help address future detector developments for the next generation of detectors to be used at the European XFEL.
Tuesday 25th January 2022
Data analysis at the European XFEL (introduction to data analysis, including machine learning)
Organizer: Luca Gelisio
Time: 09:45 - 18:30 PDF Programme
The experiments performed at the European XFEL generate enormous amounts of data.
While online analysis, which happens in near real-time, provides crucial feedback to steer the experiment, more rigorous offline analysis is necessary for new scientific findings
One of the missions of the Data Analysis group is to provide tools to enable analysis and interpretation of data, both online and offline.
We will also talk about how artificial intelligence and machine learning can be used for data analysis, and discuss new ideas together.
Lighting up Mass Spectrometry – Structural investigations of biological systems
Organizer: K. Lorenzen
Time: 09:00 - 18:00 PDF Programme
When thinking of Mass Spectrometry, the first picture that comes to mind is analysis of isotopes, small molecules and proteomics. However, Mass Spectrometry has entered the field of structural analysis of proteins and protein complexes already well over thirty years ago when John Fenn discovered electrospray ionization is applicable to large molecules. From then on, the field developed a range of comprehensive methods and instrumentation expanding the field of structural biochemistry. Additionally, lasers and light sources in recent years have improved in intensity allowing to probe low density targets of single molecules such as gas phase ions. In this workshop, current possibilities on merging the two fields are to be discussed, exciting new research and future developments addressed.
To understand a chemical or biological process, insight into structure and movement is crucial. We would like to draw attention to mass spectrometric methods, especially in combination with photons, be it scattering, fragmentation or spectroscopy, as well as the new field of mass photometry. Light can provide additional insights into structure beyond mass and ion mobility, i.e. gross shape, as the interaction depends on subtle changes in structural arrangements. Future applications are manifold and cover all molecules relevant to life, including the four main classes proteins, nucleic acids, glycans and lipids. Therefore, this is of general interest, way beyond analytical aspects, facilitating to understand
The workshop is organized by the MS SPIDOC consortium (Horizon 2020 grant No 801406) inviting international experts. The workshop will give a comprehensive overview of the field of structural mass spectrometry coupled to different light sources from an experimental and theoretical perspective.
Current important research and instrument developments as well as future ideas and applications will be highlighted.
Current status and future completion of the HED instrument and the HIBEF contributions
Organizers: Ulf Zastrau and Carsten Baehtz
Time: 13:00 - 16:00 PDF Programme
Scientific highlight of experiments performed in the last year at the HED beamline as well as planed future developments will be represented and discussed.