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Joint Photon Sciences Institute:  Joint Photon Sciences Institute Steve Dierker Associate Laboratory Director for Light Sources NSLS-II Project Director NSLS-II User Workshop July 17, 2007 Joint Photon Sciences Institute (JPSI):  Joint Photon Sciences Institute (JPSI) A new initiative in photon sciences to leverage the unique capabilities of NSLS-II Provides a vehicle to engage the broad community in collaborative projects New York State has committed $30 million for the JPSI building Mission of JPSI:  Mission of JPSI Develop and enhance scientific programs that best utilize NSLS-II Develop enabling technologies to support JPSI programs that utilize NSLS-II Serve as a gateway for NSLS-II Educate and train the next generation of leaders in synchrotron research Develop and Enhance Scientific Programs:  Develop and Enhance Scientific Programs Development of scientific initiatives to meet emergent opportunities: The extraordinary brightness of NSLS-II will enable major advances in a wide range of x-ray sciences, in particular x-ray imaging, the use of nanometer x-ray probes, and equilibrium/non-equilibrium dynamics Interdisciplinary research, in particular the interface between physical and life sciences, energy, and bridging applied and basic research Develop and Enhance Scientific Programs:  Develop and Enhance Scientific Programs Development of novel instruments and experimental techniques: NSLS-II will have a sizable staff with diverse technical and scientific expertise, a unique resource Collaborate with universities, industries, research resources and BNL research departments to optimize the utilization of their expertise within the facility and to develop new instruments and experimental techniques for new scientific programs Enabling Technologies:  Enabling Technologies Development of detectors: Most NSLS-II experiments will be detector limited Detectors should be integrated into the design of NSLS-II scientific programs BNL has a world class detector program NSLS/Instrumentation is contracted to build detectors for LCLS Established collaboration with IBM recently Detector development expertise and infrastructure of NSLS-II and BNL Instrumentation Division will be made available to collaborating JPSI researchers to enhance existing and enable new scientific programs Enabling Technologies:  Enabling Technologies Development of optics: A wide range of optics will be needed to fully utilized the extraordinary brightness of NSLS-II Optics development expertise and infrastructure of NSLS-II as well as fabrication capabilities at CFN will be made available to collaborating JPSI researchers to enhance existing and enable new scientific programs Incubator for High Risk Experimental Techniques:  Incubator for High Risk Experimental Techniques Examples: Nanometer resolution imaging of intrinsic inhomogeneity in condensed matter systems with competing interactions Scientific driver and collaborators from BNL and University community NSLS/NSLS-II: x-ray physics, instrumentation, detectors Applications of nano-focused x-rays and inelastic x-ray scattering to catalysis and energy problems Scientific driver and collaborators from BNL and University community NSLS/NSLS-II: optics, x-ray physics, instrumentation Development and application of X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy for dynamics studies Scientific driver and collaborators from BNL and University community NSLS/NSLS-II: optics, detectors, instrumentation Gateway for NSLS-II:  Gateway for NSLS-II Education and Outreach Although 1/3 of the NSLS users are from New York, many institutions have not utilized, or underutilize, NSLS Targeted efforts are required Significant resources are needed to introduce new research groups to the power of synchrotron radiation methods Slide10:  New York State NSLS Users FY 2006 Growth of Users from Columbia University:  Growth of Users from Columbia University Reciprocal visits by NSLS staff and Columbia faculty Perform feasibility studies at NSLS Several groups established long term research based at the NSLS: Two new faculty use NSLS for structural determination One new faculty developed a new experimental technique to study magnetic switching dynamics in collaboration with the NSLS One new faculty participated in the development of new micro-diffraction beamline and instrument at the NSLS Outreach Efforts More resources devoted to this effort will enable similar growth in other institutions Gateway for NSLS-II:  Gateway for NSLS-II Opportunities to work with industry Synchrotron measurements can be very important to industry Only 6-7 percent of NSLS users are from industry No organized effort at present to work with industry Opportunities exist to increase awareness and utilization of synchrotron measurements by industry Training of Synchrotron Researchers:  Training of Synchrotron Researchers Researchers whose research primarily uses a synchrotron play an essential role in training the next generation of synchrotron scientists who will become staff at SR facilities and industries, as well as faculty They are also essential in introducing other researchers to SR facilities These faculty are likely to participate in JPSI scientific programs, development of enabling technologies, and development of NSLS-II beamlines and endstations JPSI Construction Project Management:  JPSI Construction Project Management JPSI Possible JPSI Building Programs:  Possible JPSI Building Programs $30M Construction Cost Preliminary JPSI Summary Schedule:  Preliminary JPSI Summary Schedule JPSI Operations Plan:  JPSI Operations Plan 50,000 gsf building (150 offices, 25 labs, seminar & conf. space) Begins full operations in FY2012 Will not be a regular BNL Department w/ permanent staff All staff will have joint appointments in JPSI, with their permanent home appointment in another BNL department or outside institution This supports the concept that JPSI is an intellectual incubator and allows teams to be assembled as required without the stove-pipe constraints of conventional dept structure ~ 150 individuals occupy the space ~ 1/3 NSLS-II staff w/ joint appt in JPSI ~ 1/3 full-time staff from other depts/institutions w/ joint appts in JPSI ~ 1/3 post-docs, students, visitors FWPs and grants support JPSI research programs and outreach JPSI Estimated Base Operating Cost:  JPSI Estimated Base Operating Cost JPSI base operations cost will initially be covered by NSLS-II Operations Funding May recharge some costs in the future as JPSI programs mature Current plan is that NSLS-II will start early operations funding in FY12 JPSI Research Funding:  JPSI Research Funding Only needs to cover a fraction of member salaries in most cases since they presumably already have separate funding thru their home dept/institution Primarily covers post-docs, students, visitors, materials/supplies/travel Very cost effective since base operating costs covered by NSLS-II and org burden rate is very low NSLS/NSLS-II/CFN/Core Program facilities and programs provide a base that can be highly leveraged by modest JPSI research funding NSLS-II detector, optics and other enabling technology R&D will be available to support JPSI activities without requiring large capital investments or large permanent JPSI staff The expertise and infrastructure provided by these groups will be available to NY State institutions, BNL research programs, and NSLS-II users to initiate scientifically and technologically relevant research programs Sources of JPSI Research and Outreach Funding:  Sources of JPSI Research and Outreach Funding New York State Funding Education and outreach: Facilitate the access to NSLS-II by NY state universities, research institutions and companies Industrial research consortium: a group of dedicated staff to interface with NY state industries. IBM and GE have expressed interest in joining DOE, NSF, NIH program funding Collaborate with BNL research departments, universities, and industries Incubator for high risk experimental technique development Jump Start JPSI:  Jump Start JPSI Leverage NSLS and NSLS-II staff and facilities to jump-start JPSI Explore the use of nanometer x-ray probes, coherence Grow industrial users, in particular target industries within New York State Outreach to New York State institutions Slide22:  Summary JPSI provides a new paradigm for intellectually engaging the user community in NSLS-II Incubator of new techniques & applications Brings together interdisciplinary teams Educate and train next generation of researchers We seek your input in helping to shape this vision

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