Bill Miller says that it took him two years before he was able to overcome the hardest part about working at CHESS; knowing where everything is.
Elisabeth says she feels like she belongs at CHESS, doing whatever it takes to make things work - from building experimental hutches to working with sensitive vacuum equipment.
This month marks the official start of user operation at CHESS and all three partner programs:
As a CHESS operator, Kurt McDonald has a full time job.
The hills of Ithaca are a haven for road bike enthusiasts.
CHESS's Staff Scientist, Ken Finkelstein, has been a volunteer with Friendship Donations Network for many years, ensuring that food does not go to waste.
It was only April 8 when the CESR team had successfully stored positrons at 50mA.
On June 4- 5, 2019, students from several PREM groups and the INCREASE consortium participated in the CHESS User’s Meeting and the associated “Synchrotron Essentials” workshop.
Students representing the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source made a trip to the nation’s capital to meet with congressional representatives and showcase their crucial involvement at CHESS.
Anatoly Berezkin, a former CHESS user, is taking his expertise of room temperature annealing to form a startup company in Munich, Germany.
CHESS believes that science can be a driving force for economic growth.
Christopher Flynn, a fourth year student majoring in Physics and Mathematics at Fort Lewis College, and a SUnRiSE student at Cornell this summer, is contributing to the design of microfluidic mixin