Photo: ARTECHNIQUE Two Pilatus detectors are currently available for
SAXS and WAXS measurements on the SAXS/WAXS
beamline (see the News below and page SaxsWaxs)


The DUBBLE project operates two beam lines. We mainly cater to researchers in the remit of the Dutch and Flemish research councils but 30% of the beam time is available for general ESRF users. The main techniques are time-resolved SAXS/WAXS and EXAFS. The latter technique can also be performed in a time-resolved mode.


The SAXS/WAXS beam line is largely devoted to soft condensed matter research, although scientists from many other research fields (geology, mineralogy, metallurgy, etc.) are also regular visitors.

The EXAFS beam line is specialised in on-line catalysis experiments but this is definitely not the only type of experiment carried out here.  Several complementary techniques can also be performed simultaneously with the EXAFS experiments.


Click here to find out how to apply for beamtime


News from DUBBLE


  • The DUBBLE team on 6th June 2014 Dubble personnel2.jpeg


  • Gödze Dere successfully defends her thesis on Microstructure Control of Fire-Resistant Low-Alloy Steel


Gozde Dere PhD ceremony2.JPG




Archived news