Experimental reports

Browse the list of experiment reports for ID11.

If you have been allocated beam time for an experiment you are required to provide a report of your experiment. Deadlines for submissions of experimental reports are: 1st March for experiments carried out up to July of the previous year 1st September for experiments carried out up to January. If you are submitting a proposal for a new project, or to continue a project for which you have previously been allocated beam time, you must attach a report, if necessary, a preliminary report on your measurements. For detailed instructions for preparing your report, please look at the user office pages.



Browse the list of publications in the library for ID11.

The review committees are paying increasing attention to the quality of publications resulting from work carried out at the ESRF. Please remember to note on the proposal form the complete references of your most recent papers appearing in print, based on measurements made at the ESRF. Remember to send a reprint for the Joint ESRF/ILL library.


PhD Theses

Finally, below are the subjects of the latest PhD students thesis :

Experimental Investigation of Plastically Deformed Al-Alloy Samples Using High Energy Synchrotron Radiation
René Martins
    Abstract (~35kB)      
Keywords: high energy synchrotron radiation, conical slit system, 2D detector, 3DXRD, ESRF, in-situ, Aluminum, torsion, tension, compression, tubular torsion, texture, strain tensor, crystallite microstrain, intergranular strain, macrostrain, macrostress, residual stress, residual strain, VPSC, microstructure.

Time-Resolved Studies of the Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis of Compounds from the System Aluminium-Nickel-Titanium-Carbon
(Etudes resolues en temps de la synthese auto-propagee de composes du systeme Aluminium-Nickel-Titane-Carbone )
Caroline Curfs
Keywords : Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis, SHS, Combustion Synthesis, Synchrotron Radiation, Time-Resolved X-Ray Diffraction, Synthesis Mechanisms, Aluminium-Nickel-Titanium-Carbon systems.