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ERL X-ray Science Workshop 6

Workshop on New Science Opportunities with Nanometer-Sized ERL X-Ray Beams

Friday, June 23rd - Saturday, June 24th, 2006

Organizers: Don Bilderback (Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source), Gene Ice (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Kenneth Evans-Lutterodt (National Synchrotron Light Source, Brookhaven National Laboratory), Friso van der Veen (Swiss Light Source), & Wenbing Yun (Xradia)

Name Abstract
Don Bilderback
Cornell University
ERL Overview and Charge to Workshop
Wenbing Yun
The Limits of Hard X-Ray Zone Plates and Science Opportunities with nm Diameter X-Rays
Gene Ice
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
KB Mirrors and Nanobeam Material Science
Presentation pdf
Friso van der Veen
Swiss Light Source
Local Ordering of Fluids and Other Nanobeam Applications & Waveguides
Presentation pdf
Andrei Sirenko
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Nanobeams for Nanoelectronic Devices - the Importance of ERL for Characterization of the Optoelectronic and Device Structures
Presentation pdf
Oliver Hignette
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility
A Roadmap Towards Nanometre Size Hard X-Ray Focusing with Reflective Optics
Presentation pdf
Anatoly Snigirev
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility
Pathways for X-Ray Nanometer Focusing and What are the Scientific Opportunities
Presentation pdf
Al Macrander
Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laborato
Multilayer-Laue-Lens Optics for nm X-Ray Beams

Christian Schroer
Technische Universität Dresden
Adiabatic Refractive Lenses for Making nm Beamsizes
Presentation pdf
Christian Fuhse
Universität Göttingen
Nm Science Enabled by Waveguides
Presentation pdf
Kenneth Evans-Lutterodt
National Synchrotron Light Source, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Can Kinoform Hard X-Ray Optics Produce sub-10 nm Beams?
Presentation pdf
David Muller
Cornell University
Imaging at the Nanoscale - Complementarities Between Electron and X-Ray Beams
Presentation pdf
Kazuto Yamauchi
Osaka University
Diffraction-limited X-Ray Nanobeam with KB Mirrors
Harald Reichert
Max-Planck Institute for Metals Research
Nanobeams at High Photon Energy
Chris Jacobsen
Stony Brook University
X-Ray Focusing: How Small a Spot Can We Make and use in X-Ray Experiments?