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Blog Energymaterials

  • 17. 07 2019

    #BESSY_Beamline_Portraits: Ulrich Schade and IRIS

    At the end of the 90s, a consortium of several German research institutions proposed a multi-purpose infrared beamline for the new electron storage ring BESSY II under the acronym IRIS (InfraRotInitiative Synchrotronstrahlung). Funded by two proposals to the BMBF the beamline started operating in 2002 as a Cooperative Research Groupe (CRG) beamline and turned into a BESSY-operated beamline in 2004 at the end of the BMBF funding period.Read More →Der Beitrag #BESSY_Beamline_Portraits: Ulrich Schade and IRIS erschien zuerst auf Science at HZBblog. [...].
  • Jian Ren and Prof. Brian Paul Schmidt in #LINO1911. 07 2019

    Science Without Borders: Impressions from the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (2019)

    Science Without Borders: Impressions from the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (2019) Guestpost by Jian Ren As a doctoral researcher in Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, I have been offered many opportunities to expand my horizons by working in an optimal international research environment and by participating in international conferences. Recently, I received another gift from HZB ? I was nominated and financially supported by HZB to take part in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. 580 young scientists meet Nobel Laureates The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings have become an event of great importance for the exchange between generations of scientists each summer since 1951. In this year, theRead Mor [...].
  • 13. 06 2019

    #BESSY_Beamline_Portraits: Dr. Mihaela Gorgoi and the EMIL beamline

    I work at the EMIL beamline which is a very complex system. It provides light for the EMIL laboratory (Energy Materials In-situ Laboratory Berlin) by combining two undulators: UE48 for the soft X-ray range and cryo-cooled U17 for the hard X-ray range. It delivers an energy range from 80 eV to 10000 eV to five end-stations. It has ten mirror chambers to guide the light and three monochromators to select the required energies, and it has a length of 62 m while only 1 m width.Read More →Der Beitrag #BESSY_Beamline_Portraits: Dr. Mihaela Gorgoi and the EMIL beamline erschien zuerst auf Science at HZBblog. [...].