Public Beamlines Available in 2013A

Public Beamlines Available in 2013A

The following table shows the MLF Public Beamline neutron instruments that will be available for user experiments in the coming operations period. For detailed information about the instruments, please see the following link:

Alternatively, contact the relevant Instrument Scientist shown below.

J-PARC MLF Public Beamlines

Beamline Instrument Name Contact
BL01 4D-Space Access Neutron Spectrometer (4SEASONS) Dr Ryoichi Kajimoto
T: +81-29-219-5310 (x3508)
E: r_kajimoto@cross.or.jp
BL02 Biomolecular Dynamics Spectrometer (DNA) Dr Kaoru Shibata
T: +81-29-219-5310 (x3502)
E: k_shibata@cross.or.jp
BL15 Small and Wide Angle Neutron Scattering Instrument (TAIKAN) Dr Jun-ichi Suzuki
T: +81-29-219-5310 (x3302)
E: j_suzuki@cross.or.jp
BL17 Polarized Neutron Reflectometer (SHARAKU) Dr Masayasu Takeda
T: +81-29-284-3523
E: takeda.masayasu@jaea.go.jp
BL18 Extreme Environment Single Crystal Neutron Diffractometer (SENJU) Dr Takashi Ohara
T: +81-29-219-5310 (x3509)
E: t_ohhara@cross.or.jp

Proprietary Access to the MLF Beamlines

J-PARC MLF offers to all users the option of Proprietary Access to the beamlines and facilities. In Proprietary Access, the users are not required to publish their research outcomes and have exclusive rights to the data and results that derive from their beamtime. Similarly, proprietary proposals are not evaluated for scientific merit by the usual peer-review mechanism but are subject only to reasonable feasibility and safety screening.

For these privileges, proprietary beamtime incurs a charge that is set by the facility.

For more information on the Terms and Conditions that apply to proprietary use of the J-PARC MLF beamlines, please contact J-PARC Center Users Affairs Section. Your enquiry will be handled confidentiality.

 

More information

J-PARC Center Users Affairs Section
2-4 Shirakata Shirane, Tokai-mura, Naka-gun, Ibaraki 319-1195, Japan
T: +81-29-284-3586
F: +81-29-282-5996

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