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There will be three social events during the IBIC 2022 Conference:
11 September at 18:00
Exhibition hall of the Auditorium Maximum, Jagiellonian University.
Address: Krupnicza St. 33, Krakow
14 September at 19:00
Tour to SOLARIS
After the conference closure the Tour to NCPS SOLARIS will be organised. The detailed schedule to be announced at later date.
The National Synchrotron Radiation Centre functions under the auspices of the Jagiellonian University. It is located on the Campus of the 600th Anniversary of the Jagiellonian University Revival, in the southern part of Kraków. It neighbours the Kraków Technology Park special economic zone. The project Centre was established between 2010 and 2015. The investment was co-financed by the European Union with funds from the European Regional Development Fund, as part of the Innovative Economy Operational Programme for 2007-2013. The Centre has been opened for Users since 2018 and at the end of 2021, SOLARIS facilitates the four beamlines, operating in the range of radiation from UV to soft X-ray, providing various experimental techniques. At the XAS beamline, the Users can exploit X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XANES region, X-ray absorption near edge structure) and magnetic dichroism. The main technique at the UARPES beamline is Angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy (ARPES). The PHELIX beamline based on two methods, ARPES and X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XANES). Recently opened DEMETER beamline offers two end-stations: Scanning transmission X-ray microscopy (STXM) and Photoemission electron microscopy (PEEM).
Next four new beamlines are under construction and they will be open in the next years. Ultimately, however, the experimental hall of the Kraków accelerator will house dozens of them. In total, the beamlines will be fitted with about twenty end-stations. SOLARIS Centre is more than the synchrotron alone. In our building, there are also two cryo-electron microscopes of the latest generation: Titan Krios G3i and Glacios. Both pieces of research equipment are parts of the National Electron Cryo-Microscopy Centre.
More information about SOLARIS facility www.synchrotron.uj.edu.pl/en
Address: Czerwone Maki St. 98, Krakow