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Tour of MAX IV accelerators with professor Sverker Werin

Join us in the tour of MAX IV Laboratory's accelerators hosted by Sverker Werin, professor in accelerator physics at Lund University and MAX IV. The electron guns 00:24 Along the linear accelerator 2:59 The bunch compressor 4:42 The 1.5 GeV ring extraction point 5:47 The modulators and...

Keywords: synchrotron, accelerator physics

Resource type: video

Tour of MAX IV accelerators with professor Sverker Werin https://pan-training.eu/materials/tour-of-max-iv-accelerators-with-professor-sverker-werin Join us in the tour of MAX IV Laboratory's accelerators hosted by Sverker Werin, professor in accelerator physics at Lund University and MAX IV. The electron guns 00:24 Along the linear accelerator 2:59 The bunch compressor 4:42 The 1.5 GeV ring extraction point 5:47 The modulators and klystrons 7:03 In the 3.0 GeV storage ring 8:13 The undulators in the 3.0 GeV rings 10:50 The start of the photon beam 11:57 Topping up energy in the storage ring 12:42 In the MAX IV accelerator exhibition 13:39 synchrotron, accelerator physics PaN Community beamline users
Remote operations at BioMAX

BioMAX is a state-of-the-art macromolecular crystallography beamline at MAX IV, the first beamline to open its doors in 2017. Since 2019, BioMAX allows users to perform experiments from remote locations. Users login remotely into BioMAX computers and have full control over the experiments. In...

Keywords: remote operations, automation, diffraction experiments

Resource type: video

Remote operations at BioMAX https://pan-training.eu/materials/remote-operations-at-biomax BioMAX is a state-of-the-art macromolecular crystallography beamline at MAX IV, the first beamline to open its doors in 2017. Since 2019, BioMAX allows users to perform experiments from remote locations. Users login remotely into BioMAX computers and have full control over the experiments. In this video, Ana Gonzalez, BioMAX beamline manager, walks us through a cycle of automated, remote-controlled diffraction experiments. Read more about remote experiments at BioMAX: https://www.maxiv.lu.se/news/biomax-remote-experiments/ remote operations, automation, diffraction experiments beamline users
IR spectromicroscopy and imaging with six decades of dynamic range

Speaker: Dr Ferenc Borondics, SMIS Beamline Manager, SOLEIL, France Infrared spectroscopy has been in scientists’ toolbox for more than a century to obtain information about vibrational properties and low energy electrodynamics of materials. The beginning of the 80s brought the first...

Keywords: infrared spectromicroscopy, imaging

Resource type: video

IR spectromicroscopy and imaging with six decades of dynamic range https://pan-training.eu/materials/ir-spectromicroscopy-and-imaging-with-six-decades-of-dynamic-range Speaker: Dr Ferenc Borondics, SMIS Beamline Manager, SOLEIL, France Infrared spectroscopy has been in scientists’ toolbox for more than a century to obtain information about vibrational properties and low energy electrodynamics of materials. The beginning of the 80s brought the first commercial infrared microscopes to look into fine details. Far-field infrared spectromicroscopy had been pushed to its limits in the 90s at synchrotron facilities by exploiting the unrivaled quality of synchrotron radiation, i.e., low angular divergence and extremely high bandwidth. Synchrotron infrared spectromicroscopy beamlines provide diffraction-limited spatial resolution covering the whole IR range and enable experiments impossible otherwise. Later, the implementation of two-dimensional IR detectors allowed hyperspectral imaging of large samples with high spatial resolution. The turn of the century brought the advent of near-field IR techniques breaking through the diffraction limit. Combining high-brightness IR sources with atomic force microscopes to detect photothermal expansion or near-field scattering allows measurements hundreds of times below the diffraction limit reaching as high as ten-nanometer spatial resolution. Optically sampled photothermal spectromicroscopy has recently become available to bridge the resolution gap between the nanometer and micrometer range. We combine these techniques at the SMIS beamline to enable six orders of magnitude spatial dynamic range in infrared spectromicroscopy and support scientific discovery by exploiting the synchrotron source through commercial and custom instrumentation. In this talk, I will highlight discoveries made by SMIS staff and users enabled by the beamline’s capability and comment on the benefits of emerging, alternative sources. infrared spectromicroscopy, imaging PaN Community beamline users scientists