NSLS EXAFS Data Collection and Analysis Workshop, June 2004

Overview

The EXAFS Data Collection and Analysis workshop held at the NSLS provided a broad introduction to the collection and analysis of EXAFS data, and is aimed at new synchrotron users and young scientists.

The four-day course included classroom lectures each morning given by experts in the field of EXAFS and synchrotron radiation covering topics ranging from the basic physics of x-ray absorption and interpretation of EXAFS and XANES, sample preparation, data collection, and basic principles of data analysis. Hands-on data collection of standard materials and samples the students brought themselves took place at 7 different NSLS beamlines for the first two afternoons of the course, and hands-on instruction with data analysis software took place on the second two afternoons of the course.

This course is sponsored by the National Synchrotron Light Source, with financial assistance from the Center for Environmental Molecular Science at SUNY Stony Brook and Brookhaven National Lab

Housing, lunch, and dinner were provided on-site at Brookhaven National Laboratory for the registered students.

And everyone had a good time.

Lecture Notes

These are all pdf files:

Fundamentals of X-ray Absorption Fine Structure

Matt Newville

Anatomy of an XAFS Experiment

Matt Newville

XANES Measurements and Interpretation

Simon Bare

Synchrotron Instrumentation and Detectors

Peter Siddons

Basics of Data Processing

Scott Calvin

A Practical Introduction to Multiple Scattering Theory

Bruce Ravel

Introduction to EXAFS Data Analysis

Shelly Kelly

The Role of XAFS in a Research Program

Vince Harris

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