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USask Synchrotron Sciences Seminar: The CLS 4th Generation Upgrade Ideas

Posted in Science & Technology, Research, Scholarly & Artistic Work
Oct 15, 2019

Serious efforts are now underway to develop  the case and pave the way for a future national light source for Canada.

A discussion about the future of the Canadian Light Source

Tuesday, Oct. 15
2:30 pm
Neatby-Timlin Theatre, 241 Arts Building, 9 Campus Dr.


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Dr. Mark Boland (PhD)

Dr. Mark Boland (PhD), professor in the Department of Physics and Engineering Physics and machine director for the Canadian Light Source (CLS), will make a presentation to the campus community on ideas for the CLS upgrade. This talk will guide both new and experienced users through the history, present status and possible future options for the CLS as well as provide a forum for input from local users. We look forward to lots of discussion and input from the audience.

Continue the discussion during coffee and cookies immediately following the seminar. Please bring a reusable cup.

 

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