Please return your key to the Guesthouse, and your badges to the security staff at the entrance gate.
After your experiment, you can consult your NICE account to collect and transfer the data generated on the beamline during your experimental session.
The NICE account is closed automatically and the data deleted, without notice, 50 days after the end date of the experimental session. Read more about the Data NICE account.
Read the ESRF Data Policy and the status of its implementation on the different beamlines
It is useful for us to have your feedback on your experiment and stay at the ESRF. To help improve our service to users, we ask each user team coming to the ESRF to complete the User Evaluation Form.
If you have been allocated beam time for an experiment at ESRF you are required to submit a report within the period of 3 months following the end of your experiment and no later than the next call for proposal submission deadline, via the ESRF User Portal (SMIS).
Get more detailed information on experimental reports (for Standard Experiment, MX Rolling Experiment, BAG Experiment, LTP Experiment).
Scientists awarded public beam time are expected
The ESRF’s address should be cited as follows:
ESRF, The European Synchrotron
71 Avenue des Martyrs
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.
For each publication, please ensure that you: