A weeklong residential program providing a comprehensive overview of the synchrotron radiation process, requisite technologies and a broad range of scientific applications. It will cover both fundamentals of EUV, soft x-ray ,and hard x-ray synchrotron radiation and its use in spectroscopy and diffraction. Science applications will be given both in physics, chemistry and material science. Lectures are presented by scientists from the sponsoring organizations and affiliated user communities. The attendees will participate in experiments on different beamlines at the Advanced Light Source (ALS) and make visits inside the storage ring at Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory (SSRL).
Dave Attwood, University of California, Berkeley/ALS
Anders Nilsson, Stanford University/SSRL
The fee is $650 for double occupancy or $800 for single occupancy. Students have free access to Stanford facilities such as the library, sports facilities, and pool.
Additionally this fee includes:
Commuter packages without lodging is $395 and includes: