14-15 October 2019
Physical Sciences Building
America/New_York timezone

WORKSHOP GOALS:

For the characterization community to inform the manufacturing industry on cutting edge research with in situ and ex situ characterization capabilities and how they have been helpful in solving industrial challenges.

For the manufacturing industry to provide invaluable direction to the characterization community on where to focus resources with regards to experimental development for model validation or part qualification/acceptance.

To identify experiments in a formal report that can meet current industrial needs and that will stretch current characterization capabilities.

WORKSHOP FEATURES:

  1. Industrial Panel Discussion
  2. Invited Talks
  3. Breakout Sessions
  4. Tours of the CHESS Facility and Beamlines

ORGANIZERS:

  • Jon Almer (ANL)
  • Don Brown (LANL)
  • John Carpenter (LANL)
  • Andrew Chuang (ANL)
  • Jason Cooley (LANL)
  • Matthew Miller (Cornell)
  • Kelly Nygren (Cornell)
  • Darren Pagan (Cornell)
  • Jun-Sang Park (ANL)
  • Dan Thoma (University of Wisconsin)

 

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America/New_York
Physical Sciences Building
401
Cornell University

Located at Cornell University, 2 day workshop starts Monday, October 14  through Tuesday, October 15th.

$50 Registration fee covers lunch and breaks both days.

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