28-29 October 2009
ESRF, Grenoble, France
Europe/Berlin timezone
The Materials Imaging and Dynamics (MID) instrument aims at the investigation of nanosized structures and nanoscale dynamics using coherent radiation. Applications to a wide range of materials from hard to soft condensed matter and biological structures are envisaged. This meeting will present the scientific case but mainly focus on the technical specifications of the MID station. This will address in particular: - source properties (energy range, polarization) - experimental infrastructure (sample-chamber, temperature range, magnetic field, pump laser) - 2-D detector system - diagnostics, synchronization 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 MID instrument and its capabilities.
Starts Oct 28, 2009 08:00
Ends Oct 29, 2009 17:00
Europe/Berlin
ESRF, Grenoble, France
The workshop is co-funded by the European Commission through the Pre-XFEL grant. This will allow free of charge access to the workshop. Hosting the workshop and support by the ESRF, Grenoble, France, is gratefully acknowledged.