Beamline updates and discussion
- Peter Kappen ()
- David Paterson ()
87. The XFM beamline: Status, upgrades and directions, enabling user science across a range of disciplines
Dr Martin de Jonge (Australian Synchrotron)
Beamlines, Instrumentation and Techniques
The X-Ray Fluorescence Microscopy beamline has hosted around 250 user groups since it started user operations in 2008, and sustains high levels of oversubscription. Armed with the world-leading Maia detector, and ongoing collaboration with CSIRO, almost 100,000 scans have been performed, representing an estimated 100 Gpixels of data and a stage transit of around 200 km with a positioning...
Bernt Johannessen (Australian Synchrotron), Dr Chris Glover (Australian Synchrotron), Dr Kappen Peter (Australian Synchrotron), Mr Nicholas Rae (Australian Synchrotron)
In this session we will update on the status of the XAS Beamline, including developments of the user science program, status of the 100-element fluorescence detector, status of Hutch-C, recent works completed, and further plans for upgrades and developments. The session will provide ample opportunity for Q & A and for discussing science needs that the XAS Beamline is not catering for, such...