Beamline ID4B is purpose-built to study low-temperature phases of quantum materials in Q space. Combined REXS and high-energy mapping techniques offer a comprehensive overview of order and disorder. Innovative computational tools are required to understand the large datasets generated. We plan an interdisciplinary workshop that will imagine growth opportunities for the quantum materials program at ID4B, including new perturbations, techniques, materials, detectors, optics, and algorithms.
Talks will focus on research opportunities enabled by new materials and new methods, and explore our ability to resolve and control new quantum states at next generation CHESS x-ray beamlines.
|10:30||Welcome, Introduction, & Charge||Jacob Ruff|
|10:45||Phase transformation of nanoscale
|11:05||Lattice fluctuations in a quasi-1D semimetal - beyond Landau phase transitions||Yu He|
|13:00||Exploring competing interactions in the frustrated magnet RuCl3 using resonant x-ray scattering||Jennifer Sears|
|13:20||Imaging antiferromagnetic domains using magnetic
X-ray diffraction phase contrast
|13:40||Exploring Nemacity in Cuprates using Resonant Elastic Soft X-Ray Scattering||Dave Hawthorn|
|14:20||Density Waves: An X-ray Perspective||Anshul Kogar|
|14:40||Probing structural dynamics in optically driven quantum materials||Ankit Disa|
|15:00||Resonant elastic scattering and imaging in quantum materials||Andrej Singer|