An Office of Science National User Facility
Immediately below this Director’s Corner is where you normally find the latest word on our proposed APS Upgrade. This edition of “APS Upgrade News” is bittersweet for us because it marks APS-U Project Director Stuart Henderson’s farewell.
Spring is always a busy time at Argonne and the Advanced Photon Source, with various reviews, and this season has been especially jam-packed at the APS Upgrade.
Access to Center for Nanoscale Materials capabilities is free for non-proprietary work. Fully one-third of CNM’s users have taken advantage of at least one APS beamline.
At the end of every fiscal year, the APS User Office sends a questionnaire and survey to those that have used the APS in the past year.
Registration for the 2017 APS/CNM Users Meeting is open! Please note that the late-registration rate begins on April 22.
The 2017 National School on Neutron & X-ray Scattering will be held on August 5-August 19, 2017, at the APS and the ORNL Spallation Neutron Source and High Flux Isotope Reactor.
Successful management of big data is of particular importance to the current and future scientific productivity of the APS.
Researchers at the APS have discovered a new approach to detail the formation of these material changes at the atomic scale and in near-real time.
Results from research on the Tully monster and amber pieces carried out at the APS are featured in a new exhibit in Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History.
... is a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility operated for the DOE Office of Science by Argonne National Laboratory.
Deming Shu (XSD-ADM) was one of the recipients of a 2016 R&D 100 Award for development of the Hard X-Ray Scanning Microscope with Multilayer Laue Lens Nanofocusing Optics.
Two users of the APS were named “Breakthrough Prize” winners in life sciences.
Kwang-Je Kim and Ryan Lindberg, and Zhirong Huang of SLAC are co-authors of a new textbook, "Synchrotron Radiation and Free-Electron Lasers: Principles of Coherent X-Ray Generation."
NIST scientists recognized for their groundbreaking work on microstructure and dynamics in materials over many length scales under real-world conditions used the USAXS instrument at the APS.