The Experimental Facility Division of NSRRC provides multiple synchrotron-based experimental facilities and research techniques for users to study demanding scientific problems. There are currently more than 20 beamlines and more than 30 stations in operation, covering at least 25 important research techniques. We also provides professional discussions and substantial user support; therefore, both experienced and non-experienced users are all welcome to use these facilities through the NSRRC proposal submitting procedure.
Our major missions are:
l Design and construction of major new instrumentation such as beamlines and stations.
l Development of new synchrotron-based techniques and applications.
l Operation and upgradation of beamlines and stations.
l Provide scientific and technical support to NSRRC users for carrying out their experiments.
l Provide experimental training for novice user and new staff.
l Disseminate our techniques to new user communities and research areas.
l Facilitate the active use of advanced analytical techniques developed at NSRRC for technological development in industry
To achieve these long term goals, the division is organized into five groups and one office.
l Experimental Technique Group
l Beamline Group
l X-ray Absorption Group
l X-ray Scattering Group
l Protein Diffraction Group
l SPring-8 Group
l Industrial Application Office
l Biomedical Molecular Imaging Group
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