Workshops, Labs and Other Facilities
THE ESS DETECTOR COATINGS WORKSHOP
Contact person: Linda Robinson
The ESS Detector Coatings Workshop is an in-house production facility that ESS has established in Linköping, Sweden. This facility carries out the manufacturing of 10B4C coatings needed for the construction of 10B detectors, supplying high quality neutron converters.
The workshop is located near Linköping University due to the close collaboration between the University and ESS. Production capacity exceeds 1000 m2 of 10B4C coatings per year.
You can read more about the ESS Detector Coatings Workshop here: Detector Coatings Research Leads to ESS Production Facility in Linköping.
Contact person: Isaak Lopez Higuera
EMBLA is a joint mechanical workshop shared between the ESS Chopper and Detector Groups. This facility includes a fully-equipped machine shop and an area to build detector components and assemblies. In EMBLA, the Detector Group has the capacity to make and customise mechanical components for detectors.
THE SOURCE FACILITY
Contact person: Hanno Perrey
The Source Facility is a laboratory to test detectors and prototypes. It is a collaboration between the ESS Detector Group and The Department of Nuclear Physics of Lund University. The facility is situated in the basement of the Physics Faculty at Lund University.
R2D2 AT IFE
Contact person: Isabel Llamas Jansa
R2D2 is the test beamline that the Detector Group is setting up in collaboration with IFE at the JEEPII reactor. The main goal is to provide a dedicated beam channel for testing of detectors and the development of new neutron techniques relevant to ESS.
ICS ELECTRONIC INTEGRATION AREA
Contact person: Scott Kolya
The Detector Group is setting up an electronics lab for long-term readout development work at ESS headquarters in Lund.
UTGÅRD, THE DETECTOR WORKSHOP
Contact person: Anders Lindh Olsson
Utgård is a workshop and laboratory shared between the Detector Group, Scientific Activities Division, and Integrated Control Systems. The facility is used to test and develop equipment and prototypes to be used at the ESS site.