[Neutron] Register now for the SNS Second Target Station Workshop at ORNL
Bethea, Katie L.
betheakl at ornl.gov
Wed Sep 23 18:52:31 CEST 2015
Register now for the SNS Second Target Station Workshop
The proposed Second Target Station (STS) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) will provide the neutron user community with transformative capabilities, utilizing recent dramatic advances in neutron instrumentation and technologies.
The STS workshop (October 27-29, 2015) will follow the SNS/HFIR User Meeting (October 26-27, 2015). The forum will be used to update the user community on the planning for the STS, to engage the users in the process of moving the STS forward, and to seek the community's input on all aspects of the project.
The workshop will focus on:
* Discussion and development of the scientific case for the STS.
* Formation of steering committees organized by instrument class to represent their respective science communities.
* Discussion and prioritization of the proposed instrument concepts and a decision of an initial suite of roughly eight to ten instruments.
* Identification of the necessary performance parameters for the initial suite of instruments and how to achieve these "must reach" specifications.
Learn more about the STS Workshop: https://public.ornl.gov/conferences/neutrons/STS2015/index.shtml and register to attend: https://public.ornl.gov/conferences/neutrons/STS2015/registration/index.cfm.
SNS/HFIR User Meeting attendees are encouraged to participate in the STS workshop events, but please note that a separate registration <https://public.ornl.gov/conferences/neutrons/STS2015/> for the STS workshop is required.
Morten Eskildsen (eskildsen at nd.edu<mailto:eskildsen at nd.edu>), University of Notre Dame
Boris Khaykovich (bkh at mit.edu<mailto:bkh at mit.edu>), Massachusetts Institute of Technology
ORNL Workshop Contact:
Ken Herwig (herwigkw at ornl.gov<mailto:herwigkw at ornl.gov>), Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Communications Team Lead
Neutron Sciences Directorate
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
betheakl at ornl.gov<mailto:betheakl at ornl.gov>
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