Kathy Harkay was there at the start of the APS, working to determine the limits of what the machine could do. Now she’s working on upgrading the facility, and is looking forward to test-driving the new APS.
EVS scientists made notable contributions to the inaugural Symposium on Solar Power and Wildlife/Natural Resources sponsored by DOE’s Solar Energy Technologies Office and aimed at reducing barriers to solar energy deployment.
Three EVS scientists and a team of colleagues conducted an initial investigation of optical remote sensing to predict perennial bioenergy grass yields using a linear regression model with data from five Midwest field sites.
Kasa and his colleagues are designing and building superconducting magnets for the upgraded Advanced Photon Source. They operate at far below freezing temperatures and help create world-leading levels of brightness for X-rays.