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Installation works starts at the SOLARIS building

22.02.2018
At the beginning of May 2014, the building was officially handed over to the SOLARIS team officially from the contractor, Łęgprzem. This is an important moment because the installation works and deliveries of parts and equipment necessary for the assembly of the synchrotron can intensify now.

Synchrotron components arrive at SOLARIS

22.02.2018
More and more parts required for the assembly of the SOLARIS synchrotron are arriving at Kraków. Mid-December 2013, SOLARIS received the most important part of the linac, i.e. accelerating units.

The second beamline is under construction

22.02.2018
The National Research and Development Centre has granted funds for the construction of the second beamline of SOLARIS, UARPES. The name of the beamline, UARPES is formed by the combination of the first letters of the name of the technique: Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy and the letter U for ‘ultra’ which stands for the unique research opportunities.

The first stage of SOLARIS construction completed

22.02.2018
At the beginning of February 2013, one of the key stages of the SOLARIS synchrotron construction was completed. Despite poor weather, the core shell has been finished and further construction works inside the building are progressing according to the schedule. The building will be fully completed in the third quarter of this year.

SOLARIS synchrotron construction contract

22.02.2018
On 9 April 2010 the Minister of Science and Higher Education, Prof. Barbara Kudrycka and the Rector of the Jagiellonian University, Prof. Karol Musioł signed in Collegium Maius the contract for the project ‘National Electromagnetic Radiation Research Centre (stage I)’.