2014 APS/CNM/EMC Users Meeting thanks the following full sponsors
Carl Zeiss X-ray Microscopy
Congratulations to our student winners!
- Invited student talks
- Katherine M. Davis (Purdue University) — X-ray Emission Analysis of the S-state Intermediates of the Photosystem II Protein Complex
- Chrystian Posada (Missouri University of Science and Technology) — Development of a N-UNCD-based Field Emitter Array for a Flat-panel X-ray Source
- Carlos Alvarez (Northwestern University) — Nanocrystallization in Fluorochlorozirconate Glasses
- Poster awards
- Leandra S. Boucheron (University of California, San Diego) — Jamming Transition in Quasi-2D Self-Assembled Nanoparticle Monolayers (poster A-11)
- Jian-Yih Cheng (Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago) — Controlling the Length of Self-assembled Cu-Si Nanowires by Electric Field (poster C-16)
- Yuyuan Lin (Northwestern University) — Imaging the Atomic Surface Structures of CeO2 Nanoparticles (poster E-4)
- Justin A. Newman (Purdue University) — Probing X-ray-induced Damage by SHG Microscopy (poster A-8)
- Monica C. So (Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University) —Layer-by-layer Fabrication of Oriented Porous Thin Films Based on Porphyrin-containing Metal-organic Framework (poster C-2)
- Koffi Pierre Yao (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) — Chromium Redox on the Charging of Li-air Batteries (poster A-73)
- We are pleased to announce that several prominent structural biologists, including Nobel Laureate, Ada Yonath, with be presenting their perspective on the First 100 Years of X-ray Crystallography in Workshop WK-C on Tuesday, May 13.
- Keynote speaker Katherine Kantardjieff, Dean, College of Science and Mathematics, California State University, San Marcos, and director of the Keck Center for Molecular Structure, an X-ray diffraction facility serving the California State University system.
- Franklin Award The 2014 Franklin Award winner is Julian Moosmann, currently a PhD student at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.
- Banquet Historic Two Brothers Roundhouse, with music by gypsy/jazz Chanson du Chat.