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CBB is pleased to announce new PhD Matt Gordon, whose thesis is, "High Brightness Photoelectron Beamlines for Femtosecond Science"
IPAC '22 Bangkok, Thailand                                                                                                                                                                  Sandra Biedron offers her expertise as an industry panelist at the IPAC '22 Global Trends session.
CBB is pleased to announce new PhD Cameron Duncan, whose thesis is, "Ultrafast Electron Diffraction with High Six-Dimensional Brightness"
Join us on June 3, 2022 at the UCLA Faculty Center for our Compact Light Sources Symposium  Talks by Marie-Emmanuelle Couprie (SOLEIL Synchrotron), Luca Giannessi (National Institute for Nuclear Physics), Zhirong Huang (SLAC), Robert Kaindl (Arizona State University), and James Rosenzweig (UCLA)
Congratulations to Professor Young-Kee Kim on her election to the National Academy of Sciences. Young-Kee Kim is the Louis Block Distinguished Service Professor of Physics. She is an experimental particle physicist, and devotes much of her research to understanding the origin of mass for fundamental particles. 
Young-Kee Kim's team from University of Chicago presents CBB research at the April APS Meeting in New York, NY. April 9 - 12, 2022.
The Center for Bright Beams cosponsors Expanding Your Horizons 2022! Providing hands-on opportunities for girls grades 7 - 9 and their parents to learn about careers in STEM.
Congratulations Rachael Farber on Assistant Professor appointment at the University of Kansas.
The Center for Bright Beams Beam Production Team is fixing the surface disorder of films by controlling the orientation of Cs3Sb’s atoms.
Celebrating International Women's Day, March 8, 2022. CBB faculty Young-Kee Kim, Ritchie Patterson, and Sandra Biedron at University of Chicago Physics Colloquium.