Jerry Seidler from the University of Washington has organized a Global XAFS Journal Club:
Science-related travel has slowed, and in some cases stopped in many other countries. The slowing of research and research collaborations has a negative effect on our progress, but perhaps especially on our students. In this zoom-based journal club, our speakers will talk for about 25 minutes about some topic of their choice and will provide some appropriate reading that the students and other participants should read ahead of time and have available. We’ll try to record these zoom sessions and distribute them without restriction, posting them to Global XAS Journal Club videos (youtube.com) Hence, anyone who participates should expect that they are doing so in a public, recorded forum.
Meetings take place using Zoom, on Mondays and Thursdays at 9 am Seattle (Los Angeles) time (UTC-7). To join the upcoming Zoom meetings, contact Jerry Seidler (seidler @ uw.edu) or visit https://tinyurl.com/XAFStalks for the Zoom link within 30 minutes of the start of each meeting.
A table of upcoming and past presentations, with abstracts and links to Youtube videos.