ALS User Meeting
The Advanced Light Source User meeting is an annual meeting happening at Lawrence Berkeley Lab at the end of the summer, with keynote speakers and workshops.
Learn more about the latest ALS User meeting: https://als.lbl.gov/user-meeting/
ALS User Meeting 2023
This hybrid event will take place at Berkeley Lab and via Zoom
Past ALS user meeting keynote speakers:
Hemamala Karunadasa (Stanford University), "Chemical Approaches to Addressing the Toxicity and Instability of Lead-Halide Perovskite Absorbers"
Simon Bare (SLAC), "SSRL and Catalysis: Present and Future"
Ilan Gur (Cyclotron Road, LBNL), "Accelerating Science Innovation at Cyclotron Road"
Gordon Brown (Stanford University), "X-ray Spectroscopic, Scattering, and Imaging Studies of Earth Materials and Processes: From the Nanoscale to the Global Scale"
John Turner (NREL), "Semiconductor Systems and Catalysis for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting"
Stanley Williams, (HP Labs), "In-operando synchronous time-multiplexed O K-edge x-ray absorption spectromicroscopy of functioning memristors at ALS"
John Turner (NREL), "High temperature superconductivity and charge correlations, an intertwined mystery"
Erica Saphire (Scripps Research Institute), "Ebola Virus Entry and the ZMapp Cocktail"
Sam Bader (Argonne National Laboratory), "Spintronics: Implications for Energy, Information and Medical Technologies."
Jim Hurley (UC Berkeley), "The Structural Choreography of Cellular Self-Cannibalism"
James Sethian (UC Berkeley), "Center for Applied Mathematics for Energy Research Applications"
Michael Eisen (UC Berkeley), "Past, Present and Future of Scholarly Communication"
Jamie Cate (UC Berkeley), "High-Resolution Structures of the Ribosome "
Nate Lewis (Caltech), "Materials, Components, Interfaces, Devices, and Systems for Solar Fuels Generation"
Omar Yaghi (Berkeley Lab), "What’s Next for Metal Organic Frameworks? "
Monica Metzler (Illinois Science Council), "Bad Presentation Bingo: The Game You Don’t Want to Win!"
Don Medley (Berkeley Lab), "Science on the Hill: Building Support One Member of Congress at a Time"
Siegfried S. Hecker (Stanford University) "Plutonium Science and Diplomacy"
Richard Muller (LBNL and UC Berkeley), "Climate Change: A Non-Partisan Analysis"
Mary McGrath (Gilead Sciences) "Better Drug Candidates via Protein Crystallography"
Michael Lubell (APS), "How nasty can it get? Prospects for American Science"
Vern Ehlers (R-MI), "Let there be Light! (A physicist’s responsibility to produce light in society, in government, and in the lab)"
Donald DePaolo (ESD, LBNL) "Research challenges in molecular and nanoscale earth and environmental science"