PF-ISAC 2008 (Photon Factory International Science Advisory Committee)

PF-ISAC agenda (modified on Feb. 29)

Place:Rinko-shitsu2 on 2F in the 4-go-kan in KEK

Ernest Fontes (Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source)
Hidetoshi Fukuyama (Tokyo University of Science)
Efim Gluskin (Advanced Photon Source)
Keith Hodgson (Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory)
Ingolf Lindau (Stanford University)
Kunio Miki (Kyoto University)

Toshiaki Ohta (Ritsumeikan University)
Moonhor Ree(Pohang Accelerator Laboratory)
Volker Saile (University of Karlsruhe)
Hiroyoshi Suematsu (Riken Harima Institute)

Report from the 2nd Meeting of ISAC (2008/8/4)

Questions to PF-ISAC

<Tuesday March 4th 2008>
09:00-09:10 Introduction : O. Shimomura & K. Hodgson
09:10-10:10 Updates on PF and PF-AR activities (S. Wakatsuki (60 min)
Response to the previous PF-ISAC
Projects XYZ On the project-XYZ proposals
Director's discretionary funds
Areas of Excellence
New schemes for communication with user community and the PF Users Organization
10:10-10:25 Update on light sources : T. Kasuga (15 min)
10:25-10:45 Coffee break (20 min)
10:45-11:00 BL strategy and the new beam lines and consolidation of BLs : M. Nomura
(15min. including discussion) List of beamlines: Recent status and comments
11:00-11:30 Electronic Structure Subcommittee : I. Lindau (30 min)
11:30-12:00 Medical Applications Subcommittee : K. Shinohara (30 min)
12:00-12:10 Organization of other ISAC subcommittees (10 min discussion)
12:10-13:10 Lunch
13:10-13:30 KEK Roadmap : A. Suzuki (20 min)
13:30-14:30 ERL project : H. Kawata & T. Kasuga (including 20 min discussion)
14:30-15:20 Topics from Areas of Excellence (except Medical and Elec. Structure)
  A) Molecular mechanism of the histone modification-induced nucleosome structural change : T. Senda (AIST)
  B) Chemical speciation of As in arsenic hyperaccumulator plants by XRF and XAFS analysis : Izumi Nakai (Tokyo University of Science)
15:20-15:40 Coffee break
15:40-16:05 C) Role of dynamical structural science in the study of electron-lattice(spin) strongly correlated system -dynamical structure can really contribute to the search for new materials ? : Shinya Koshihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
16:05-16:40 Discussion with PF directorate and staff
16:40-18:00 Executive session <closed session>
19:00 Dinner
<Wednesday March 5th 2008>
09:00-09:25 Topics from Areas of Excellence (except Medical and Elec. Structure)
D) In-situ Time-resolved XAFS Study on Chemical Reactions and Catalysis : Mizuki Tada (University of Tokyo)
09:25-10:25 Executive session <closed session>
10:25-10:55 Summary discussion