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This two day meeting aims to gather the expertise and experience of the attendees to map out the future directions for NCNR instrument development. Specific goals of the workshop are to determine:
Rob Briber (Workshop Chair)
University of Maryland
Department of Materials Science and Engineeringrbriber@umd.edu
Collin Broholm (Workshop Chair)
Johns Hopkins University
Department of Physics and Astronomybroholm@jhu.edu