Users Experiment Preparation Laboratories
User Experiment Preparation Labs I, II & III
The CROSS User laboratories are available to all J-PARC experimenters. Users wishing to make use of the laboratories are required to submit an application form and to attend a short (30 min) safety and training session in advance. To arrange this, please contact User Experiment Preparation Labs Team.
User Experiment Preparation Labs Team
E : lab[at]cross.or.jp (Please exchange “[at]” for “@”)
User Experiment Preparation Lab I – Sample Processing (IQBRC B401)
User Experiment Preparation Lab I (IQBRC Rm B401) is fitted out with a range of equipment for the machining and processing of solid-state samples.
User Experiment Preparation Lab II – Hard Matter (IQBRC B402)
User Experiment Preparation Lab II (IQBRC Rm B402) is equipped with a range of facilities and instruments for the preparation and characterization of crystalline and other solid-state samples.
User Experiment Preparation Lab III – Soft Matter and Biomaterials (IQBRC B403)
User Experiment Preparation Lab III (IQBRC Rm B403) is equipped as a wet chemistry laboratory for the synthesis, processing and characterization of liquid materials and other soft matter.
Sample preparation area & machine shop for high-pressure experiments (J-PARC Research Building)
This area is used for developing high-pressure techniques and machining ceramics required for it. The area consists of a workspace for the development and a machine shop. The former is utilized for preparation of high-pressure experiments or the offline test of pressure generation. The latter is utilized for machining ceramics used in the high-pressure experiments at J-PARC. In order to use this area, it is necessary to submit an application form and to take safety education in advance. For inquiries concerning submission of application forms and taking safety education etc., please contact a high-pressure experiment preparation area manager (e-mail: hp-lab[at]ml.j-parc.jp, Please exchange “[at]” for “@”).
User Lounge (IQBRC B404A)
Located next door to the User Data Analysis Room, the User Lounge provides a comfortable and welcoming environment where users can relax and enjoy a coffee (Espresso machine available!) or other drink of choice during their time at J-PARC.
The lounge is also equipped with data projector for meetings and presentations.
Please contact your beamline scientist if you wish to use the facilities in the lounge.
User Data Analysis Room (IQBRC B404B)
The User Data Analysis Room (UDAR) is fitted out with fully networked computers and software to enable users to visualize and analyze their data while working at the MLF.
Users may also connect their own computers to the local network using the LAN connection points provided in the UDAR.
Persons wishing to make use of the UDAR or connect to the network from there should contact the J-PARC Center Users Office .
UDAR Equipment and Software
- 10 PCs running Windows 7 Professional (Japanese and English versions available)
- All PCs networked via LAN
- LAN connection points available
- Microsoft Office Home and Business 2010 (English and Japanese)
- KaleidaGraph 4.1 for Windows
Refresh Rooms (IQBRC A406)
On the 4th Floor of the IQBRC, CROSS has prepared “Refresh Rooms” where users can rest and recover during a long or overnight experiment or data analysis session.
Each Refresh Room is fitted out with four private sleeping modules.
For your safety and security, the Refresh Rooms can be accessed only by secure and restricted card-keys so if you anticipate making use of the Refresh Room facilities please contact the J-PARC Center Users Office in advance.