The November SAC meeting gave definition to the scope, cost and schedule for instruments in development at ESS, establishing the path to commissioning.
This series of articles highlights the instruments selected to enter Phase 1: Preliminary Engineering Design, for the ESS suite of instruments. A total of 16 instruments have so far been approved by the European Spallation Source ERIC Council. Twenty-two instruments are anticipated at ESS.
MAGiC—Single Crystal Diffraction
The ESS Instrument Layout (rev. June 2016)
Length and Time Scales of ESS Instrument Classes
Researchers from the European Spallation Source and Denmark refine reflectometry concepts for fast kinetic studies of thin films and other advanced materials.
Swiss-Danish team to build a pioneering crystal analyser spectrometer optimised to study dynamics in quantum materials and matter under extreme conditions.
The ESS peer-review instrument selection process nears conclusion as four new instrument proposals are recommended for inclusion within the facility’s construction budget of 16 instruments.
A single-shot observation of dynamic processes across multiple length and time scales will give unprecedented insight into previously unobservable phenomena.
Part of an integrated small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) instrument suite at ESS, SKADI analyses materials’ structures at the largest scales possible with neutron diffraction.
Brighter neutron flux and experienced French-German collaboration brings long-awaited routine to the study of complex molecular and kinetic systems.
An international collaboration of scientists opens new horizons in powder diffraction and expands the potential for determining the structures of new and more complex materials.
Reflections on previous research focus the future of neutron optics for large-scale facilities in Europe. The second article in our series on instruments designed for ESS.
An innovative combination of research teams and research techniques leads the way to better materials.