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Synchrotron Radiation for Materials Science Applications

02:00-3:30 PM | 203 McLaughlin
Instructor David Attwood

Electrical Engineering 290F - Spring 2007. Synchrotron Radiation for Materials Science Applications

Lecture Archive

View archived webcast Tue 1/16 Introduction to Synchrotron Radiation
View archived webcast Thu 1/18 X-Ray Interaction with Matter: Absorption, Scattering, Refraction
View archived webcast Tue 1/23 Probing Matter: Diffraction, Spectroscophy and Photoemission - Professor Anders Nilsson, Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lab
View archived webcast Thu 1/25 Radiation by an Accelerated Charge: Scattering by Free and Bound Electrons
View archived webcast Tue 1/30 Multi-Electron Atom, Atomic Scattering Factors: Wave Propagation and Refractive Index
View archived webcast Thu 2/1 Refraction and Reflection, Total Internal Reflection, Brewster's Angle, Kramers-Kronig
View archived webcast Tue 2/6 Multilayer Interference Coatings, Scattering, Diffraction, Reflectivity and Applications
View archived webcast Thu 2/8 Introduction to Synchrotron Radiation, Bending Magnet Radiation
View archived webcast Tue 2/13 Bending Magnet Critical Photon Energy, Undulator Central Radiation Cone
View archived webcast Thu 2/15 Undulator Equation and Radiated Power
View archived webcast Tue 2/20 Spectral Brightness of Undulator Radiation, Harmonics, Wiggler Radiation
View archived webcast Thu 2/22 Spatial and Temporal Coherence; Coherent Undulator Radiation
View archived webcast Tue 2/27 Applications of Coherent Undulator Radiation
View archived webcast Thu 3/1 Visit the Advanced Light Source, Berkeley (ALS)
View archived webcast Tue 3/6 Advanced Spectroscopy for Atomic and Molecular Physics - By Prof. Anders Nilsson, Stanford University
View archived webcast Thu 3/8 X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy - XAFS, NEXAFS, XANES, EXAFS - given by Dr. Tony VanBuuren, LLNL/UC Merced
View archived webcast Tue 3/13 X-Ray Diffraction for Materials Analysis - given by Dr. Simon Clark, ALS/LBNL
      Thu 3/15 Lab Tour: Demonstration of Holograms (No Webcast)
View archived webcast Tue 3/20 Photoemission and Photoemission Spectroscopy - given by Dr. Zahid Hussain, ALS/LBNL
View archived webcast Thu 3/22 Angle Resolved Photoemission and Nano-ARPES - given by Dr. Eli Rotenberg, ALS/LBNL
      Tue 3/27 EE290f - Lecture 21 - Spring Break
      Thu 3/29 EE290f - Lecture 22 - Spring Break
View archived webcast Tue 4/3 Photo-Emission Electron Microscopy (PEEM) - given by Dr. Andreas Scholl, ALS/LBNL
View archived webcast Thu 4/5 X-Rays and Magnetism - Given by Prof. Jochim Stohr, Stanford University (lecture ran overtime)
View archived webcast Tue 4/10 XMCD - Out-of-Plane Bending Magnetic Radiation - given by Brooke Mesler, UC Berkeley
View archived webcast Thu 4/12 Zone Plate Microscopy and Applications
View archived webcast Tue 4/17 Nanoscale Magnetic Imaging - Given by Dr. Peter Fisher - CXRO/LBNL
View archived webcast Thu 4/19 Biological X-Ray Microscopy - given by Prof. Carolyn Larabell, UCSF, and Dr. Mark LeGros, LBNL
View archived webcast Tue 4/24 X-Ray Microtomography - given by Dr. Alastair MacDowell, ALS/LBNL
View archived webcast Wed 4/25 Coherent Soft X-Ray Scattering for Studying Nanoscale Materials -given by Prof. Stephen Kevan, University of Oregon
View archived webcast Tue 5/1 Student Presentations I
View archived webcast Thu 5/3 Student Presentations II
View archived webcast Tue 5/8 Student Presentations III   Tell A Friend