Synchrotrons and Geochemistry: A Workshop for Novices and Experts, June 28 – 29, 2021
We invite you to attend a 2-day virtual workshop that focuses on applications of synchrotron science to geochemical research. This workshop targets both those who are less familiar with synchrotron sources – paging all graduate students! – and experienced users who are eager to learn about and to discuss the next generation of synchrotron capabilities for geochemical research. The symposium is being organized by the Steering Committee for Synchrotron Earth Science in response to NSF’s announcement that it is seeking the creation of a new organization to oversee the development of analytical instruments for geoscience research at synchrotron light sources. Participation in this workshop is free, but all participants must register.
Peter Heaney (Penn State University) Joanne Stubbs and Tony Lanzirotti (GSECARS/Univ. Chicago) Paul Fenter (Argonne National Laboratory) Satish C. Myneni (Princeton University) Ben Gilbert (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Thomas Duffy (Princeton University).