Images

ESS Visualization

Bird's-Eye View of ESS

Digital illustration of the ESS facility.

CREDIT: ESS/Team HLA

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ESS Visualisation

Visualisation of ESS

A digital model of the European Spallation Source in Lund, Sweden, showing the MAX IV synchrotron and the anticipated Science Village development project.

CREDIT: ESS

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3D Model of ESS

Digital visualisation of the ESS facility as viewed from the west.

CREDIT: ESS

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How does ESS work?

ESS Explained

How does ESS work? Click to download.

CREDIT: Johan Jarnestad/ESS

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ess campus design

ESS Campus Design

Campus buildings exterior.

CREDIT: HLA/COBE/SLA/Buro Happold

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John Womersley

John Womersley, ESS Director General

John Womersley, ESS Director General

CREDIT: ESS

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John Womersley on the ESS construction site

John Womersley on the ESS Construction Site

ESS Director General John Womersley on the ESS construction site in 2016.

CREDIT: ESS

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Campus Interior

Campus building ground floor.

CREDIT: HLA/COBE/SLA/Buro Happold

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Documents

ESS Activity Report 2017

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ESS Activity Report 2016

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ESS Activity Report 2015

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The European Spallation Source Design (Physica Scripta, 2018)

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ESS Technical Design Report (TDR, 2013)

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ESS Conceptual Design Report (CDR, 2012)

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ERIC Statutes

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ESS Code of Conduct (May 2018)

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Videos

ESS Under Construction: Video Tour

Take a tour of ESS under construction.

CREDIT: BrightnESS/ESS

ESS 360º Visualization

A virtual tour of the ESS facility.

CREDIT: ESS

Partner in Focus: INFN-LNS Ion Source Delivery

Produced by the BrightnESS project, this video highlights the delivery of the ESS Accelerator's ion source and low-energy beam transport line (LEBT) components to Lund. The ion source and LEBT were designed, built and commissioned by the Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics' National Laboratory of the South (INFN-LNS) in Catania, Sicily, an ESS in-kind partner.

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Partner In Focus: Budapest Neutron Centre

Produced by the BrightnESS project, this video describes some of the work being done at the Budapest Neutron Centre on behalf of ESS, including the moderator test beamline prototype, the simulation and testing of boron-based detector applications, and beamline shielding solutions.

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Ion Source loaded into Accelerator Tunnel

The components of the ESS Ion Source and LEBT line were loaded into the Accelerator Tunnel on December 12, 2017. These are an in-kind delivery from the Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN) and represent the first major machine components to be installed at ESS.

Credit: ESS

Texts, Drugs and Dinosaurs - Neutrons Show the Way

How has science changed our lives? How will neutrons help us meet the challenges of the future? And what's it like to work in an international science facility under construction? This talk will take you on a trip through archaeology, life science and magnetism, and end up at a huge construction site.

ESS - Science for Society (2017)

An overview of the ESS project and facility produced in 2017.

CREDIT: ESS

Partner in Focus: STFC Daresbury

Interviews with staff from STFC Daresbury working on the UK's in-kind contributions to the ESS accelerator.

CREDIT: ESS

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