A 25-minute compilation of all the LCLS-II construction progress so far for the DOE review of the project:
By Amanda Solliday
Call for Workshop Proposals -- by March 12
Dear User Community,
Planning has started for the next joint SSRL/LCLS Users' Conference to be held here at SLAC, and we want your input for workshop topics and potential invited speakers!
On January 18, 2018, a Virtual Users’ Meeting was held at SLAC to better inform the user community about the developments at LCLS before the upcoming LCLS proposal deadline for the experimental run cycle scheduled from September 2018 – December 2018 (“Run 17”). LCLS staff provided information about the latest capabilities, and conducted an interactive Q&A immediately following their presentations.
The annual users' meeting of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource (SSRL) and the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) is a unique opportunity to gather together the lightsource community in a single scientific event that includes numerous presentations in plenary, poster and parallel sessions.
The LCLS Protein Crystal Screening (PCS) program aims to enable increased access to LCLS beamtime for biological structure determination by making use of short, 6-hour runs to screen the quality of different sample preparations or potentially collect a full data set under good running conditions.
We are very pleased to announce the first ever Virtual LCLS User Meeting to be held at 8 am Pacific time on April 12th. Please mark your calendars! The live stream can be found on April 12th here:
During the construction period at LCLS from January to mid-June, 2017, users who would like to access the Near Experimental Hall (Building 950) and Far Experimental Hall (Building 999) will need to make arrangements with their LCLS Point of Contact (POC) prior to arrival at SLAC.
Contacts for each instrument can be found on the instrument home pages.