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The UC Berkeley Photobears invite you to the Advanced Light Source (ALS) tour hosted by +Antoine Wojdyla (LBNL).

The Advanced Light Source (ALS) is a science user facility, operated by the U.S. Department of Energy and hosted at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. It features about 40 beamlines operating in the soft X-ray regime (100 eV-2000 eV; corresponding to wavelength between 1 and 10 nanometers), serving over 2,000 users annually who seek to take advantage of the high resolution and elemental sensitivity of the X-ray beam.

Date & Time: April 10th 3pm-4pm, click here to add the event to your calendar
Location: ALS at LBNL

Please fill in the RSVP form before April 7th to secure your spot! Feel free to suggest alternative time slots through RSVP form and we might adjust or add time slots on demand.

Why Join the Tour?
Exclusive access: Get a glimpse behind the scenes of one of the world’s leading X-ray light source facilities.
Interactive visit: Engage in discussions, and explore the scientific possibilities enabled by the advanced techniques.
Networking opportunity: Connect with fellow science enthusiasts, professionals, and researchers.
Links for more information:
About Advanced Light Source
American Physics Society Newsletter, January 2024

Date & Time

April 10, 2024
3:00pm - 4:00pm


Advanced Light Source at Lawrence Berkeley Lab
6 Cyclotron Rd
Berkeley, CA 94720 United States
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