Advanced Photon Source

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APS Colloquium 2017

The monthly APS Colloquium series is intended for the benefit of the Advanced Photon Source and Argonne community by bringing distinguished scientists in all disciplines to lecture on topics of general interest. Objectives include the cross-fertilization of research initiatives at various institutions and the identification of possible uses of the Advanced Photon Source.

Solar-Driven Water Splitting - November 1, 2017

Harry B. Gray, California Institute of Technology

Video (MP4)  | Poster (pdf)

Future Challenges in Particle-Accelerator-Driven Photon Sources - September 6, 2017

Edgar Weckert, DESY, Hamburg, Germany

Video (MP4)  | Poster (pdf)

Quantum Spin Liquid:  An Experimental Perspective - August 2, 2017

Young-June Kim, University of Toronto, Canada

Video (MP4)  | Poster (pdf)

Early Career Researcher Series
Advances in X-Ray Microscopy for the Study of Battery Reactions in Single Particles - July 12, 2017

Jordi Cabana, University of Illinois at Chicago

Video (MP4)  | Poster (pdf)

X-Ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy:  Past, Present, and Future - June 7, 2017

Mark Sutton, McGill University, Canada

Video (MP4)  | Poster (pdf)

3-D Characterization of Additively Manufactured Metals - May 3, 2017

A. D. (Tony) Rollett, Carnegie Mellon University

Video (MP4)  | Poster (pdf)

APS/I3 Joint Colloquium
Quantum Materials: Insights from Near Field Nano-Optics - April 5, 2017

Dmitri N. Basov, Columbia University

Slides (PDF)  | Poster (pdf)

Spectromicroscopy and Tomography of Nanomaterials by Soft X-ray Ptychographic Imaging - March 1, 2017

David A. Shapiro, Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Video (MP4)  | Poster (pdf)

Early Career Researcher Series
Inorganic Materials Discovery:  What Do We Make, and How? - February 1, 2017

Daniel Shoemaker, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Video (MP4)  | Poster (pdf)

Imaging Nanoscale Disorder in Reciprocal Space - January 11, 2017

Raymond Osborn, Argonne National Laboratory

Video (MP4) | Poster (pdf)