Jan 25 – 29, 2019
US/Pacific timezone

Characterization of magnetic structures using (coherent) x-rays

Jan 27, 2019, 2:30 PM
Building 66- Auditorium (LBL-Hill)

Building 66- Auditorium


Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Berkeley, California
Condensed matter applications Condensed Matter I


Andreas Scholl (Lawrence Berkeley Lab)


I will lead in by giving a brief overview over the Advanced Light Source and over techniques that may be of interest to the QIS and in particular the quantum materials community. I will then discuss two examples: Photoemission Electrion Microscopy (PEEM), which was used to study the ground state and thermal dynamics of artificial spin ice systems and soft x-ray interferometry, which we used to determine material properties in a prototypical Young's double slit experiment. The systems are classical in nature but the discussed techniques could be of interest to this community as well. I will in particular concentrate on the opportunities provided by the high coherent x-ray flux provided by next generation, diffraction-limited storage rings. e.g., ALS-U.

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Andreas Scholl (Lawrence Berkeley Lab)

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