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Workshop: Science at FEMTO-SLICING facilities

Date Mo, 27.05.2013 - Di, 28.05.2013
Time Monday 9:15 to 21:30; tuesday 9:00 to 16:00
Location Synchrotron Soleil, Saint Aubin, France
Program FEMTO-SLICING facilities at synchrotron radiation storage rings are one of the few sources of sub-picosecond pulsed X-rays covering the entire X-ray science photon energy range. Since the first demonstration in 2000 at the ALS, a series of scientific highlights has been achieved at these sources, most notably, at the undulator based femtoslicing sources at BESSY (Germany) and SLS (Switzerland) serving, respectively, the soft and the hard X-ray photon energy range.

With commissioning of SOLEIL's femtoslicing facility scheduled to start in December 2013, this workshop aims at gathering scientists interested in ultrafast phenomena to present to them the novel experimental capabilities becoming available at SOLEIL in 2014.

Scientists from the femtoslicing facilities at BESSY and SLS will present evolution, scientific exploitation and operation's details of these facilities. The variety of scientific phenomena, which has been explored at femtoslicing facilities, will be illustrated by a series of user talks. The third part of the workshop program is devoted to scientists, who are preparing for experiments at the SOLEIL facility. All participants interested in presenting their ideas are encouraged to contact the workshop organizers. A poster session will give a further opportunity for presenting and discussing novel ideas.
An open discussion on the first planned experiments, existing and additionally desired equipment, and how to get involved in the femtoslicing activities at SOLEIL will conclude the workshop program.
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