Advances in Synchrotron-Based Research Towards Understanding the Structure, Evolution, and Dynamics of Earth and Planetary Interiors
We have hosted a virtual workshop to address future opportunities to advance geomaterials research at high pressures, temperatures, and strain rates.
The COMPRES community met over Zoom to discuss options and plans for supporting a “Large Volume Multi-Anvil Press User Facility” (LVMAP) in the United States.
The Steering Committee for Synchrotron Earth Sciences hosted a 2-day virtual workshop that focused on applications of synchrotron science to geochemical research.
Over 100 researchers from different countries participated in the 2nd ISRD-RCN Virtual Workshop hosted by the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory (APS), January 18-22, 2021.
COMPRES: Future Directions for Materials Properties Research in Earth Sciences. Watch video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9_xcddxm3E
The purpose of the meeting was to discuss NSF’s Dear Colleague Letter that was released recently titled “Competition of Management and Operations of synchrotron-hosted analytical capabilities for Earth sciences”.
Other Workshops of Interest
This workshop identifeid forefront research questions probing the life cycle of elements, especially metals, moving through the environment and living organisms, from geological and man-made sources through the soil microbiome and into living tissues and cells.
A forum on synchrotron-based Earth Science research