Deadline: Friday, March 15, 2013
- July 1, 2013 - December 31, 2013: Normal, Test, Pilot proposals
- July 1, 2013 - December 31, 2014: Long-term proposals
The beamlines are fully operational
Please be aware of some specific measures to be taken before submitting the proposal:
- X01DC (IR) (not available - see Note 1)
- X02DA (TOMCAT)
- X03MA (ADRESS-RIXS)
- X03MA (ADRESS-ARPES)
- X04DB (VUV)
- X04SA (MS-SDiff)
- X04SA (MS-Powder)
- X05LA (MicroXAS)
- X05LA (MicroXAS-FEMTO) (Note 2)
- X07DA (PolLux)
- X07DB (NanoXAS) (Note 3)
- X07MA (XTreme) (Note 4)
- X07MB Phoenix (Note 5)
- X09LA (SIS)
- X09LA (XIL II) (Note 6)
- X10DA (SuperXAS)
- X11MA (SIM)
- X12SA (cSAXS)
- IR: The infrared beamline (X01DC) will be closed in mid 2013. From now the beamline is no more open for new proposals. Accepted experiments have been scheduled until end of 2012. The SLS-management thanks all staff and past users for their cooperation.
- FEMTO: experiments at the FEMTO beamline are challenging because of the low photon flux and the difficult sample environment. Experience has shown that only well selected and prepared experiments have a chance for successful completion. Thus it has been decided that experiments can only be carried out in close collaboration with the in-house staff. From now on all proposals (ps and fs-slicing) have to be discussed with the group leader Dr. Gerhard Ingold (email@example.com) prior to submission. Proposals which have not been discussed prior to submission will not be considered by the PRC. We thank you for your understanding.
- The NanoXAS beamline is open for Pilot-proposals. Please contact the BL-manager (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss your planned experiment and the availability of the beamline.
- The X-Treme beamline will be opened for a few weeks to experienced users and for projects not requiring in-situ sample preparation. Please contact the BL-manager (email@example.com) to discuss availability of the beam line.
- Please contact the BL-scientist (firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to submitting a proposal.
- Please contact the BL-manager email@example.com to discuss availability of the beamline.
- For the proposal evaluation by the Proposal Review Committee, DUO Experimental Reports on previous experiments represent a very important input, and a missing experimental report may seriously affect the chances of acceptance. Proposers are asked to supply a separate experimental report for each experiment performed. Note that now also a co-proposer can input an experimental report.
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