X-Ray Imaging is currently undergoing a revolution. New Imaging modalities are emerging, 10 nm resolution is within reach, faster detector allow time resolved 3D imaging and new algoritms effectively remove noise and artifacts. This will enable scientific and technological breakthroughs in materials and life science, but also in new areas like geology, paleontology and cultural heritage.
The possibilities offered by the new MAX IV synchrotron will be presented at a workshop May 14/15 held at KolleKolle near Copenhagen. The aim of the workshop is to define the overall technical design and the scientific scope of 1-2 new beamlines - to be complementary to Nanomax and a potential medical imaging beamline - and to identify the contours of the new and upcoming Nordic users community. It is a unique chance to participate in defining a new scientific opportunity at MAX IV.
There will be an opportunity to present own scientific ideas.
The meeting starts 11:30 on the 14th and ends 15:00 on the 15th. Participation, food and accommodation is free on a first-come first-serve basis (but limited to around 50 participants).
Confirmed speakers include: Ulrich Lienert, Marco Stampanoni, Anders Mikkelsen, Pierre Thibault, Markus Weigand and Henning Friis Poulsen
A detailed programme will be published here soon.
DATE: 14-15 May, 2013
VENUE: KolleKolle, Copenhagen, DK
ORGANISERS: H F Poulsen, R Feidenhansl, S Eisebitt, S Hall, A Steuwer