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The dlsr.org website is meant to gather information useful for scientists interesting in the design of diffraction-limited storage rings and photon transport. It is managed by Antoine Wojdyla, project scientist working on the DLSR upgrade of the Advanced Light Source at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Synchrotrons are also an integral part of the scientific fabric, ad they’re a place where scientist from different fields collide (otherwise they meet at conference.)
Since DLSR is probably the last time synchrotrons get an update (maybe someday we’ll go for mini, or find better ways), now is a good time to freshen up the references and share resources with the community. The goal is to provide guidance to young engineers — the ones I wish I had when I started on the job!
We are always looking for contributors to the website (please email me a awojdyla-at-lbl-gov.) The contributors should declare no conflict of interest — working for a specific DLSR or FEL facility does not count! If you are working for a company, please let us know. Promoting papers is ok, as long as you boil it down to the essential and opens new horizons for the community non profit.
I started doing this because DLSR industry is a few billions dollar a year, yet there is no decent explanation of what this is.
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