34th Annual 
SRC Users' Meeting
October 12-13, 2001


Program

Friday, October 12

8:30

Breakfast

9:00

Welcome

9:05

Status of SRC

J. Bisognano (SRC)

9:25

Status of the Ring

K. Jacobs / B. Legg (SRC)

9:45

Status of the Beam Lines

M. Bissen (SRC)

10:15

The SRC Scientas

K. Altmann (SRC)

10:30

Break

11:00

Electronic Structure and Quantum Stability of Uniform Metallic Films

T. Miller (Univ. of Illinois- Urbana)

11:40

CNTech’s Developments to Accelerate the Semiconductor Roadmap for 35 nm Microcircuit Features

J.W. Taylor (CNTech)

12:00

Lunch

12:40

Poster Session (in the vault)

2:10

Business Meeting

C. Olson (Iowa State Univ.) and F. Himpsel (SRC)

2:40

Aladdin Lamp Award

F. Himpsel

2:45

Photoemission Studies of the Charge Density Wave Phase Transition of TiSe2

T. Kidd (U of Illinois-Urbana)

3:05

Unconventional f-Electron Behavior in the New Family of Ce-Based Heavy Fermion, Superconductors

J. Joyce (Los Alamos Natl. Labs)

3:25

The Canadian Light Source (CLS): Progress and Opportunities

M. Bancroft (Univ. of Western Ontario)

3:45

Break

4:20

Synchrotron Studies of Toxic Metal Binding to Organic Matter in Soil, Peat, and Surface Waters

W.F. Bleam (UW – Madison, Dept. of Soil Science)

5:00

Non-dipole Asymmetries in Atomic Photoionization

S. Southworth (Argonne National Labs)

5:20

CNTech Activities: From 157 nm to X-rays

F. Cerrina (CNTech)

5:40

Soft X-ray Studies of Semiconductor Nanostructures and Organic Light Emitting Device (OLED) Materials at SRC - Some Recent Observations

T.K. Sham (Univ. of Western Ontario)

6:00

Dinner

 

Saturday, October 13

8:30

Breakfast

Discussion on “Beam Stability”

J. Bisognano (SRC)

9:20

Frontiers in Infrared Spectroscopy:Applications in Physics, Biology and Chemistry

C. Hirschmugl (UW – Milwaukee)

10:00

Search for the Time Reversal Symmetry Breaking in the Pseudogap State of High Temperature Superconductors Using Angle Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy

A. Kaminski (Univ. Illinois - Chicago)

10:20

Break

10:50

A Cool Early Earth:Mineralogical Evidence for Oceans on Earth 4.4 Billion Years Ago

J.W. Valley (UW – Madison)

11:10

Photoionization of Atomic Fe in the Region of the 3p-> 3d Excitations

S.B. Whitfield (UW – Eau Claire)

11:30

Photoacid Generation in Chemically Amplified Photoresist Films

A. Pawloski (CNTech)

11:50

Summary and Adjourn

 


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