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Banff Meeting on Structural Dynamics

Date So, 17.02.2013 - Mi, 20.02.2013
Location Banff, Alberta, Canada
Program The meeting will cover the latest progress in ultrafast x-ray and electron source development, and the emerging exciting structural dynamics experiments in physics, chemistry and biology. With femtosecond electron guns emerging all over the world, XFELs coming into a routine operation and dynamic transmission electron microscopes being developed, the field is growing fast and into many branches.

The near term future of this field looks incredibly bright, with major advances in electron source intensity and coherence as well as the first round of experiments at the LCLS. The Banff Meeting in Structural Dynamics was founded to provide the perfect forum to disseminate the latest spectacular developments in opening up new vistas with atomic clarity. The first two meetings held in 2010 and 2012 were a resounding success and will be continued to provide an opportunity to meet and discuss current problems and chart a course for further successes.

Tentative session outline (dependent on submissions):

Latest Developments in ultrafast electron and x-ray sources
Dynamic and diffractive imaging of molecules (diffractive imaging and laser alignment)
Time-resolved x-ray spectroscopy of molecules
Structural dynamics in strongly correlated materials
Structural dynamics in molecules and biomolecular systems

Abstract submission Deadline: October 31th, 2012
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