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Workshop/Conference

2014 European XFEL Users' Meeting and Satellite Meetings

Date: 29-31 January 2014, DESY Hamburg, Germany

Location: DESY, Hamburg, Germany

The European XFEL Users’ Meeting is an annual opportunity to strengthen the interaction between the European XFEL project and the scientific user community. The scope of this meeting includes:

  • Progress and current status of the European XFEL
  • Instrument design developments and advances
  • Selected science applications
  • Current developments in the field of XFEL facilities
  • Satellite Meetings
Attendees of this year's Users' Meeting.
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Slides

Project Update Session

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Massimo Altarelli, European XFEL (4.1 MB)
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Hans Weise, DESY (9.9 MB)
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Tobias Haas, European XFEL (3.0 MB)
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Tobias Haas, European XFEL (25.1 MB)
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Thomas Tschentscher, European XFEL (546KB)

European XFEL Instrument Progress

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Christian Bressler, European XFEL (5.3 MB)
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Anders Madsen, European XFEL (3.6 MB)
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Adrian Mancuso, European XFEL (11.9 MB)
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Thomas Tschentscher, European XFEL (1.4 MB)
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Michael Meyer, European XFEL (2.6 MB)
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Andreas Scherz, European XFEL (1.7 MB)

Science session: Time-dependent Phenomena

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Richard Neutze, University of Gothenburg (6.4 MB)
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Ian Robinson, London Centre for Nanotechnology (6.2 MB)



Satellite Meetings

On Thu, 30 January 2014 the following Satellite Meetings took place:

European XFEL HED Instrument User Workshop

The workshop will focus on the presentation and discussion of the proposed design of the HED instrument and its laser systems. It further shall include presentations on recent experimental developments relevant to the HED instrument.

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Update 13-01-2014 (65KB)

Design of the SASE3 beamline and implementation of the split-and-delay line for soft X-rays instrumentation

The SQS and SCS instruments are organizing a joint satellite workshop for the integration of a soft X-ray beam split and delay (XBSD) line. The workshop aims at bringing together the user community in order to help in defining the scientific scope and requirements for such a device.

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Update 15-01-2014 (141KB)

Slides

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Manuel Izquierdo, European XFEL (675KB)
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Jan-Erik Rubensson, Uppsala University (1.5 MB)
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Gerhard Grübel, DESY (1.7 MB)
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Thomas Möller, TU Berlin (2.6 MB)
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Markus Schöffler, Goethe University Frankfurt (1.8 MB)