October 1, 2019 – October 2, 2019 all-day
APS Bldg. 402

Time resolved Chemistry and APS-U, Oct 1 – 2, 2019, APS Bldg. 402 in conference rooms E1100/E1200

9:00-9:15         Welcome remarks, Stephen Strieffer, APS Director
9:15-9:50         Shin Ichi Adachi, KEK, Japan
“Complementarity of SR and XFEL sources for tracking chemical reactions in solution with ultrashort X-ray pulses”
9:50-10:25       Alke Meents, DESY, Germany “Temperature-jump induced changes in protein crystals studied with pink beam serial crystallography”
10:25-10:45     Coffee Break
10:45:11:20    Josh Vura-Weis, UIUC, “M-edge XANES as a new tool for ultrafast inorganic spectroscopy”
11:20: 11:55    Rama Ranganathan, University of Chicago, “Protein Mechanics: The link between structure, function, and evolvability”
11:55-12:15     Discussion
12:15-13-30     Working Lunch
13:30-14:05     Kelley Gaffney, SSRL director, SLAC, “Understanding the Reaction Mechanisms of 3d Metal Catalysts with Time-Resolved X-ray Spectroscopy”
14:05-14:40     Munira Khalil, University of Washington,” The role of vibronic coherence in multidimensional ultrafast photochemical reactions”
14:40-15:15     Andrew J Orr-Ewing, University of Bristol, England, Mapping multi-step reaction pathways over femtosecond to millisecond timescales using transient absorption spectroscopy
15:15-15:35     Break
15:35-16:10     Amy Cordones-Hahn, SLAC,  ‘Resolving photochemical mechanisms of transition metal complexes with time-resolved XAS’.
16:10-16-45     Lin Chen, Northwestern/ANL, “Structural Dynamics of Excited state transition metal complexes in solar energy conversion processes”.
16:45-17:15     Discussion
18:00-20:00     Working dinner

October 2, 2019
9:15-9:50         Lois Pollack, Cornell U. “Microfluidic Mixers for Mix and Inject Serial Crystallography at XFELs.”
9:50-10:25       Peter Weber, Brown University: Probing Chemistry in Space and Time:  Complete, Time-Dependent Molecular Structures in Excited States
10:25-10:45     Cofee Break
10:45:11:20     David Kissick, ANL, Serial Crystallography Capabilities at GM/CA”
11:20: 11:55    Petra Fromme, Arizona State University, the Biodesign Institute
11:55-12:15     Discussion
12:15-13-30     Working Lunch
13:30-14:05     Philip Anfinrud, Senior Scientist, NIH “Time-resolved SAXS/WAXS  studies of structural dynamics in biomolecules following a T-jump”
14:05-14:40     Ann Marie March, Argonne/APS
14:40-15:15     Giulia Mancini, EPFL, “Perspectives for Time-Resolved Studies at Synchrotrons
15:15-15:35     Break
15:35-16:10     TBA
16:10-16-45     TBA
16:45-17:15     Discussion
18:00-20:00     Working dinner