Announcement of the J-PARC⋅MLF General Use Program for 2014B

19/05/2014

BL18 SENJU BL18 SENJU Some members of the BL18 SENJU instrument group in front of the detector bank. SENJU is an extreme environment single crystal diffractometer at J-PARC MLF | Photo by CROSS-Tokai

Some members of the BL18 SENJU instrument group in front of the detector bank. SENJU is an extreme environment single crystal diffractometer at J-PARC MLF | Photo by CROSS-Tokai

Call for Proposals

J-PARC Center and CROSS-Tokai are pleased to announce the call for General Use proposals for the neutron and muon beamlines at the Materials and Life Science Experimental Facility of J-PARC in the 2014B user beamtime period.

2014B User Beamtime Period : December 2014 – March 2015

Researchers wishing to conduct experiments at any of the MLF neutron or muon beamlines during 2014B are invited to submit proposals via the J-PARC Proposal Submission System by the deadline below:

2014B Proposal Submission Deadline : 17:00 (JST) Monday 9 June 2014

Instruments available in 2014B at a glance…

Neutron Diffraction

  • BL03 iBIX – Single crystal structural analysis
  • BL08 SuperHRPD – High resolution powder diffraction
  • BL11 PLANET – Structural analysis of materials under high pressure
  • BL18 SENJU – Extreme environment single crystal diffraction
  • BL19 TAKUMI – Structural analysis of engineering materials
  • BL20 iMATERIA – Materials science powder diffraction
  • BL21 NOVA – High flux total scattering

Neutron Spectroscopy

  • BL01 4SEASONS – High flux chopper spectrometer
  • BL02 DNA – Backscattering spectrometer
  • BL12 HRC – High-resolution chopper spectrometer
  • BL14 AMATERAS – Cold neutron disk-chopper spectrometer

Nano-structure analysis (Reflectometry and SANS)

  • BL15 TAIKAN – Small and wide angle neutron scattering
  • BL16 SOFIA – Horizontal geometry reflectometer
  • BL17 SHARAKU – Polarized neutron reflectometer (vertical geometry)

Other Neutron Instruments

  • BL04 ANNRI – Neutron-nucleus reaction measurements
  • BL05 NOP – Neutron optics and fundamental physics
  • BL10 NOBORU – Neutron R&D

Muon Spectroscopy

  • D1 General purpose µSR spectrometer
  • D2 Muon spectrometer for fundamental science

For technical information and beamline contacts please see…

For more information, please see Call for Proposals page.

Other useful information

Contact us
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IBARAKI Quantum Beam Research Center, 162-1 Shirakata, Tokai-mura, Naka-gun, Ibaraki 319-1106, Japan
T : +81-29-284-3398
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