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1981

Dec.

Feasibility study began.
1983

Jul.

SRRC Board of Directors organized.
    SRRC Project approved by the government.
 

Oct.

Planning and Construction Division formed.
1984

Aug.

User Training Division established.
1986

Mar.

Planning and Construction Division and User Training Division combined. Preparatory and Construction Office of SRRC established.
1993

April

First beam stored in the storage ring.
  Oct. The SRRC dedication ceremony of the light source was held on October 16.
1994 April The light source facility at SRRC was opened to users.
1998 Dec. SPring-8 Taiwan Beamlines Project started.
2000 Feb. 1.5 GeV full energy injection.
2001 Dec. SPring-8 Taiwan Beamlines Project completed.
2003 May SRRC reorganization into NSRRC.
2004 Jul. The 3rd BOT approved the planning of the TPS project.
  Oct. New Superconducting RF installed to replace Doris cavity.
2005 Oct. Advancing to Top-up operation completed.
  Nov. Synchrotron-based Protein Crystallography Facility Dedication Ceremony.
2007 Mar. TPS project was approved by the Executive Yuan for a total budget of NT$6,885M from 2007 to 2013.
  Jun. TPS project and its total budget was approved by Legislative Yuan.
2009 Dec. The Signing Ceremony for the Civil and Utility Constructions of TPS.
2010 Feb. The Ground-breaking Ceremony for the Civil Construction of TPS.
2013 Apr. Civil constructions of TPS completed.
  Dec. Utility constructions of TPS completed.
2014 Dec. The first TPS light at the 3-GeV design beam energy delivered.
2015 Jan. Taiwan Photon Source Inauguration Ceremony.
2016 Sep. TPS Opening Ceremony.
Four TPS phase-I beamlines available to users worldwide.