The Spectroscopy and Coherent Scattering (SCS) instrument is intended for the investigation of atomic and electronic structure as well as of the dynamics of soft and hard matter, biological species and magnetic materials. Areas of application are material sciences, structural and cell biology, nanomaterials and dynamics of condensed matter. Experiments utilizing elastic, resonant inelastic and magnetic scattering of soft X-rays as well as photoelectron emission and photon correlation spectroscopy are going to be performed at this instrument.
This meeting forms part of a series of workshops aiming at the discussion of scientific cases and designs of the European XFEL instruments. It will feature a number of invited lectures presenting scientific and technical views, followed by group sessions providing opportunities for extended discussions from broad user communities on the construction of the SCS instrument and its capabilities.
Starts Jun 2, 2009 14:00
Ends Jun 4, 2009 14:00
Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen, Switzerland