Future trends in synchrotron science at NSLS-II

Citation

Hill, J.; Campbell, S.; Carini, G.; Chen-Wiegart, Y.-C.K.; Chu, Y.; Fluerasu, A.; Fukuto, M.; Idir, M.; Jakoncic, J.; Jarrige, I.; Siddons, P.; Tanabe, T.; Yager, K.G. "Future trends in synchrotron science at NSLS-II" Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 2020, 32 1–20.
doi: 10.1088/1361-648X/ab7b19

Summary

We summarize recent advances being developed at NSLS-II.

Abstract

In this paper, we summarize briefly some of the future trends in synchrotron science as seen at the National Synchrotron Light Source II, a new, low emittance source recently commissioned at Brookhaven National Laboratory. We touch upon imaging techniques, the study of dynamics, the increasing use of multimodal approaches, the vital importance of data science, and other enabling technologies. Each are presently undergoing a time of rapid change, driving the field of synchrotron science forward at an ever increasing pace. It is truly an exciting time and one in which Roger Cowley, to whom this journal issue is dedicated, would surely be both invigorated by, and at the heart of.