Save the Date: Science at the Second Target Station Workshop December 9-10
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has recently established a project office to further develop, and ultimately build, the Second Target Station (STS) project at the Spallation Neutron Source. This is an exciting time for neutron scattering in the U.S. as STS will provide transformative new capabilities that both complement and greatly extend our current resources for neutron scattering. ORNL and the SNS HFIR User Group (SHUG) will host a Science at the Second Target Station Workshop December 9-10, 2019, at ORNL, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. This workshop will facilitate discussion of the opportunities enabled by STS across current and prospective future scientific fields.
Scientists of all disciplines, from beginners to experts, interested in the STS project and in the new capabilities it will enable are invited to ORNL in December! This workshop is a critical step in the STS project. It will lead to identification of the essential performance parameters of a prospective suite of instruments and to the formation of teams that will continue to refine the science case and participate in defining the requirements for individual instruments to be built at STS.
Registration ends November 18, 2019.