Modern high brilliance x-ray spectroscopy oriented beamlines

Beamline/
Facility
Insertion device
Energy rangeEnergy resolutionPhoton FluxBeam SizeOptics
ESRF ID26
2 35mm and 1 revolving 35/27 mm period undulators
2.4-27 keV Si(111) 1.4x10-4
Si(311) 3x10-5
Si(111) >1013 ph/s
Si(311) >2x1012 ph/s
600(H)x100(V) μm2
1000(H)x1000(V) μm2
Pre-mirror, DCM, H- & V-focusing bent mirrors (Pt, Si, Pd coating)
ESRF BM23
Bending magnet
5-75 keV Si(111)
Si(311)
Si(511)
Unfocused:
1.2x1011 ph/s@21 keV
Focused:
4x109 ph/s@21keV
Unfocused:
15(H) x1(V) mm2
Focused:
4(H)x4(V) μm2
DCM, flat and V-focusing mirrors (Si, Rh, Pt), KB mirrors
ESRF ID24
2 27mm, 1 32 mm and 1 revolving 27/32 undulators
5-27 keV
(E-dispersive)
Bragg @10keV
Si(111) 1.6x10-4
Si(311) 5x10-5
Laue @20keV
Si(111) 1.9x10-4
Si(311) 6x10-5
Si(111) Bragg
>2x1014 ph/s@10keV

Si(111) Laue
>1x1014 ph/s@20keV
Bragg
5 (H) x 5 (V) μm2

Laue
50 (H) x 50 (V) μm2
KB mirrors, Bragg/Laue Polychromator, V-focusing mirror
Diamond I20
Wiggler
(Two wigglers in one straight section)
Si(111):4-20keV
Si(311):7-34keV
Si(111) 1.3x10-4
Si(311) 2.8x10-5
>1012ph/s
@10keV
400(H)x300(V) μm2 Premirrors,4BCM, H- & V-Focusing mirror, Harmonic rejecting mirrors
PETRAIII-P64a
2 m undulator, 31.4 mm period length
Si(111):4-22 keV
Si(311):7-44 keV
Si(111) 1.4x10-4
Si(311) 6x10-5
1012-1013 ph/s 150(H) x 50(V) μm2 -
2000(H) x 1000(V) μm2
High heat load DCM, bendable cylindrical mirror for focusing, plane mirror (Si, Rh,Pt coated)
PETRAIII-P64b
tapered 2 m undulator, 31.4 mm period length
Si(111):4-22 keV
Si(311):7-44 keV
Si(111) 1.4x10-4
Si(311) 6x10-5
1011-1012 ph/s with tapered undulator 500(H) x 500(V) μm2 Quick-XAFS DCM, currently no mirrors
PETRAIII-P65
11 period mini-undulator
Si(111):4-22 keV
Si(311):7-44 keV
Si(111) 1.4x10-4
Si(311) 6x10-5
1011-1012 ph/s 1000(H) x 500(V) μm2 2 plane harmonic rejecting mirrors (Si, Rh,Pt coating) in front of the DCM
ALBA
CLÆSS
12 period wiggler
2.4-63 keV Si(111) 1.4x10-4
Si(311) 3x10-5
1012-1013 ph/s 300(H) x 200(V) μm2
4500(H) x 2500(V) μm2
Premirror, DCM, Troidal mirror (Si, Rh, Pt coating)
MAXIV
BALDER
38 period in-vacuum wiggler
2.4-40 keV Si(111) 1.4 x 10-4 Si(311) 3 x 10-5 1012-1013 ph/s 100(H) x 100(V) μm2
4500(H) x 2000(V) μm2
Premiror, DCM, Toroidal mirror (Si and Ir coating), Harmonic rejecting mirrors
SPring-8 BL46XU
140 period in-vacuum undulator
Si (111): 6-35 keV Si(111): 10-4 ~1013 ph/s <500(H)x500(V) μm2 Plane mirror, DCM, 2 horizontal focusing bent mirrors (Rh coating)
SPring-8
BL37XU
140-period in-vacuum undulator
Si(111): 4.5-37.7keV
Si(511):12-113keV
Si(111): 2x10-4
Si(511): 3x10-5
Si(111): 1012-1013 ph/s 700(H)x200(V) μm2,
KB mirrors:
100(H)x100(V) nm2
DCM, 2 horizontal focusing bent mirrors (Rh coating), KB mirrors
SPring-8
BL36XU
Tapered in-vacuum undulator
tandem channel-cut monos:
Si(111) :4.5-28 keV,
Si(220) :7-35 keV
Si(111): 2x10-4
Si(220): 1x10-4
1012〜1013 ph/s
Si(111): 4x1013 ph /s
@12keV
Si(220): 9x1012 ph/s
@13keV
200(H)x40(V) μm2
~ 1 (H)x1(V) mm2,
KB mirrors:
200(H)x200(V) nm2
~ 2(H)x2(V) μm2
Horizontal premirror, horizontal focusing mirror, channel-cut crystal monochromators, HAXPES-mono, 2 vertical focusing mirrors, KB mirrors
(all mirrors Rh,Pt coating)
SLS SuperXAS
Superbending magnet (wavelength shifter)
4.5-35 keV Si(111) 1.3x10-4
Si(311) 4x10-5
1013 ph/s 100(H) x 100(V) μm2
5(H) x 0.5(V) mm2
Premirror, DCM, Toroidal mirror (Si, Rh, Pt coating)
SSRF BL14W1
38-pole wiggler (1.2T)
4.5-18 keV Si(111)
8.5-50 keV Si(311)
Si(111) 1.5x10-4
Si(311) 5x10-5
1013 ph/s
(@10keV@300mA)
300(H) x 300(V) μm2 Premirror, DCM, Toroidal mirror, Harmonic rejecting mirror (Si, Rh, Ni coating)
SOLEIL SAMBA
Bending magnet radiation
4-43 keV Si(111) 1.2x10-4@5keV
Si(220) 6x10-5@15keV
10+12 ph/s
(@10keV)
300(H) x 200(V) μm2 Bent cylinder mirror, sagittal bend DCM, bent cylinder mirror
APS
10-ID-B
undulator
4.3-32 keV Si(111)
1x10-4
3x1013 ph/s
(@10 keV)
2000(H) x 20(V) μm2
3000(H) x 3000(V) μm2
DCM, vertically focusing HR mirror
APS
27-ID-B (RIXS)
Dual undulator
5-14 keV Diamond (111) + High resolution mono
1x10-5
2x1012 ph/s@9keV 45(H) x6(V) μm2
3(H) x 0.5(V) μm2
DCM, High resolution Mono., KB mirrors
APS 20-ID-B,C
Undulator
4.3-50 keV Si(111) 1.3x10-4,
Si(311) 3x10-5
2x1013 ph/s @9keV 2000(H)x1000(V),
400(H)x100(V),
15(H)x15(V)
2(H)x2(V) μm2
DCM, Rh coated Bent cylinder, KB mirrors
APS 9-BM-B,C
Bending magnet
2.1-25 keV Si(111) 1.5x10-4 Si(220) 6x10-5 1x1011 ph/s @10keV 1000(H)x500(V) μm2
100(H)x100(V) polycap
DCM, Rh coated bent cylinder, Rh coated Harmonic rejection mirror, polycapillary
APS 20-BM-B
Bending magnet
2.7-35 keV Si(111) 1.5x10-4 1x1011 ph/s @10keV 500(H)x500(V) μm2
30(H)x30(V) polycap
5(H)x5(V) KB mirrors
DCM, Al2O3/Pt coated bent cylinder, Rh coated harmonic rejection mirror, polycapillary, KB mirrors
Australian Synchrotron
XAS
1.9T wiggler
5-18.5 keV Si(111)
15-31 keV Si(311)
~1.5x10-4 Si(111)
~4x10-5 Si(311)
1010~1012 ph/s using Si(111)
109~1011 ph/s using Si(311)
200(H) x 200(V) μm2 fully focused or up to 5000(H) x 200(V) defocussesd Collimating mirror (Si, Rh, Pt coating), DCM, Focusing mirror (Rh, Pt coating), harmonic rejection mirror
Sirius
QUATI
3.2T Superbend (conceptual design)
4–40 keV Si(111) 10-4
Si(311) 10-5
1012 ph/s @ 10 keV 200(H)x80(V) μm2 Preliminary design: cylindrical premirror, channel-cut Q-EXAFS monochromator, cylindrical mirror
Sirius XAFS
3.2T superbend
5–30 keV Si(111) 10-4
Si(311) 10-5
1011 ph/s @ 14 keV 200(H)x80(v) μm2 Premirror (Rh, Pt, Si coating), DCM, toroidal mirror (Rh, Pt coating)
Sirius Carnauba, 21mm Undulator 2–15 keV Si(111) 10-4 1012 ph/s @ 10 keV 30x30 nm2 ; 1x1 µm2 Cylindrical and plane horizontal Premirrors, 4-bounce horizontal monochromator, KB mirrors
Sirius EMA, 19mm Undulator 3–25 keV Si(111) 10-4
Si(311) 10-5
1012 - 1013 ph/s @ 10keV 1(H)x0.2(V) µm2 ; 80x80 nm2 ;
7 (H)x3(V) µm2
Horizontal plane premirrors, DCM, KB mirrors
Canadian Lightsource
HXMA BL 06ID-1, 63-pole superconducting wiggler
5-40 keV Si(111) 10-4
Si(220) NOT AVAILABLE
1x1012 ph/s @12 keV 1500(H) x800(V) µm2 Premirror (Rh, Pt coating), DCM, toroidal mirror (Rh, Pt coating) Optional: KB mirrors
NSLSII
8-ID
Damping wiggler (planned)
4.9-36 keV Si(111)
Si(220)
1014 ph/s
(@10keV)
25(H)x25(V) µm2 Premirror, DCM, Focusing mirror, Higher harmonic rejection mirror, polycapillary focusing optics
NSLSII
8-BM
Bending magnet
1-8 keV (mainly 1-5keV) Si(111), InSb, Beryl, Quartz
10-4
<1012 ph/s @500mA Tunable:
1(H)x1(V)-100(H)x100(V) µm2
A pair of collimating mirrors (sub-mm), DCM, toroidal focusing mirror or KB mirrors (microbeam)
Photon Factory
BL-15A1
Short undulator
2.1-15 keV Si(111)
2x10-4
3.5x1011 ph/s @7.5keV 20(H)x20(V) µm2 Collimating mirror + double Bimorph mirror (H-focusing)
Bent flat mirror (V-focusing), Higher harmonic rejection mirror (Ni coating)

 

 

Guidelines for Hosting XAFS17

Those who submit proposals for hosting XAFS17 (2018), should carefully read the following document and submit the materials to the IXAS Chair (address indicated below) by June 22, 2012 (one month before the XAFS).

1. Letter of intent
2. Curriculum Vitae of proposing person
3. Conference plan (in accordance with the IXAS guidelines)
4. Recommendation letters
5. Presentation files (pdf)
6. Additional documents (Conference venue, city, accommodation, area map etc.)

Proposals for hosting XAFS17 should be sent to:

Prof. Bruce Bunker
Department of Physics
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556, USA
e-mail:

The IXAS guidelines for hosting proposals are given below. Inquiries can be sent to the IXAS Chair (the same address as submission of proposal). Proposal submission will be closed on June 22, 2012. At the IXAS EC meeting in XAFS15 (Beijing), a brief presentation is allowed for the final evaluation. Evaluation and selection by the IXAS EC will take place during the XAFS15 period. The results will be announced to the proposers and on the IXAS official web.

 

IXAS guidelines for hosting XAFS conferences

Proposal should include description of the following points.

1. General Conference Plan

a. Date and venue
b. Conference scheme (structure of scientific program)
c. Organizers and supporting organizations/institutions
d. Conference accommodation
e. Proceeding publication policy
Note: Conference scheme includes number of parallel sessions and a rough description of program.

2. Conference Date and Venue

Conference Proposal should clearly describe date and venue. Since a standard size of conference (in number of attendants) is about 600, at least 600 attendants and hopefully some additional capacity are to be secured.

Note that capacity of conference venue must fulfill the following specifications.

  • One conference room for plenary sessions, which accommodates at least 600 attendees.
  • Additional space for at least 200 posters, poster presenters, and sufficient room for attendees to view and discuss posters.
  • Additional conference rooms for parallel sessions which can accommodate at least 200 attendees each. Close proximity of rooms is to be secured for parallel sessions.
  • Projection and PA systems appropriate for a scientific conference in all conference session rooms.
  • One or more small meeting rooms for IXAS-EC, IUCr Commission on XAFS, and related executive meetings, which accommodates at least 30 attendees.

3. Conference Organizers

Tentative members of Conference Organization including Chair/Chairs is to be listed up in Conference Proposal. Conference Organization can be formed by appropriate committees with different functions such as Local Committee, Program Committee and International Advisory Committee. Proposal should fill in following particulars in detail.

  • List of Local Committee members fully committed to the organization of the conference.
  • List of Program Committee members representing in total covering all relevant fields and topics*
  • List of International Advisory Committee formed by the IXAS-EC members and other distinguished scientists selected by Conference Organizers taking into account regional and scientific balance.

*Relevant topics are for instance, Molecules & Clusters, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Surface, Interface and Nano-structures, Amorphous, Glass and Liquids, Magnetic Materials, Materials for Electronics, Environmental, Biological Systems, Catalysts, Experimental Techniques, Data Analysis, Related Phenomena, Dichroism, Theory and Fundamentals, and Strongly Correlated Systems.

4. Access and Accommodations

Accommodation, vicinity and transportation scheme are to be described. Transportation between the conference venue and accommodation sites should be included. Proposal should fill in following particulars in detail.

  • Location of conference venue and accommodations
  • Total capacity of accommodations easily accessed from conference site.
  • Range of hotel prices and capacity of student housing (if available)
  • Transportation to/from nearby airport or train station

5. Publication Policy

Conference Organizers are responsible for publishing Conference Proceedings without a delay. Conference Organizers should circulate the full conference program to all registered attendees prior to the conference. Conference Organizer’s publishing policy (refereeing and proofreading process etc.) and scheme of distribution (CDR, USB, hard copy etc) is to be described. Proposal should fill in following particulars in detail.

a. Publisher (Name of Journal)
b. Editors and refereeing process
c. Publishing media and schedule

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Guidelines for Hosting XAFS16

    

Those who submit proposals for hosting XAFS16 (2015), should carefully read the following document and submit the materials to the IXAS Chair (address below) by September 1, 2010.

1. Letter of intent
2. Curriculum Vitae of proposing person
3. Conference plan (in accordance with the IXAS guidelines)
4. Recommendation letters
5. Presentation files (pdf)
6. Additional documents (Conference venue, city, accommodation, area map etc)

Proposals for hosting XAFS16 should be sent to:

Dr. H. Oyanagi
Photonics Research Institute, Central 2, AIST
1-1-1 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8568, Japan
e-mail:
fax: +81-29-861-5085

The IXAS guidelines for hosting proposals are given below. Inquiries can be sent to the IXAS Chair (the same address as submission of proposal). Proposal submission will be closed on September 1, 2010. Evaluation process is planned to complete December 1, 2010. The results will be announced on the IXAS official web.

IXAS guidelines for hosting XAFS conferences

Proposal should include description of the following points.

1. General Conference Plan

a. Date and venue
b. Conference scheme (structure of scientific program)
c. Organizers and supporting organizations/institutions
d. Conference accommodation
e. Proceeding publication policy
Note: Conference scheme includes number of parallel sessions and a rough description of program.

2. Conference Date and Venue

Conference Proposal should clearly describe date and venue. Since a standard size of conference (in number of attendants) is about 600, at least 600 attendants and hopefully some additional capacity are to be secured.

Note that capacity of conference venue must fulfill the following specifications.

  • One conference room for plenary sessions, which accommodates at least 600 attendees.
  • Additional space for at least 200 posters, poster presenters, and sufficient room for attendees to view and discuss posters.
  • Additional conference rooms for parallel sessions which can accommodate at least 200 attendees each. Close proximity of rooms is to be secured for parallel sessions.
  • Projection and PA systems appropriate for a scientific conference in all conference session rooms.
  • One or more small meeting rooms for IXAS-EC, IUCr Commission on XAFS, and related executive meetings, which accommodates at least 30 attendees.

3. Conference Organizers

Tentative members of Conference Organization including Chair/Chairs is to be listed up in Conference Proposal. Conference Organization can be formed by appropriate committees with different functions such as Local Committee, Program Committee and International Advisory Committee. Proposal should fill in following particulars in detail.

  • List of Local Committee members fully committed to the organization of the conference.
  • List of Program Committee members representing in total covering all relevant fields and topics*
  • List of International Advisory Committee formed by the IXAS-EC members and other distinguished scientists selected by Conference Organizers taking into account regional and scientific balance.

*Relevant topics are for instance, Molecules & Clusters, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Surface, Interface and Nano-structures, Amorphous, Glass and Liquids, Magnetic Materials, Materials for Electronics, Environmental, Biological Systems, Catalysts, Experimental Techniques, Data Analysis, Related Phenomena, Dichroism, Theory and Fundamentals, and Strongly Correlated Systems.

4. Access and Accommodations

Accommodation, vicinity and transportation scheme are to be described. Transportation between the conference venue and accommodation sites should be included. Proposal should fill in following particulars in detail.

  • Location of conference venue and accommodations
  • Total capacity of accommodations easily accessed from conference site.
  • Range of hotel prices and capacity of student housing (if available)
  • Transportation to/from nearby airport or train station

5. Publication Policy

Conference Organizers are responsible for publishing Conference Proceedings without a delay. Conference Organizers should circulate the full conference program to all registered attendees prior to the conference. Conference Organizer’s publishing policy (refereeing and proofreading process etc.) and scheme of distribution (CDR, USB, hard copy etc) is to be described. Proposal should fill in following particulars in detail.

a. Publisher (Name of Journal)
b. Editors and refereeing process
c. Publishing media and schedule

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