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|Description||National Synchrotron Radiation Centre is going to be the first synchrotron light facility in Poland and in this part of Europe. The project has commenced in 2010 and the first operation of the facility is scheduled for the 2015. The project has been highly supported by the Polish Synchrotron Radiation Society which gathers over 300 Polish researchers which have already been involved in synchrotron based research at the facilities abroad. The Centre will be equipped with the state of the art 96 m circumference storage ring consisting of 12 bending magnets and accommodating 500mA current of 1.5GeV electrons. Up to 10 insertion devices can be installed in 3.5m straight sections, including variable polarization undulators and superconductive wigglers which will boost the photon energy up to 20keV allowing for hard X-ray studies. At its full capacity, some 15 beamlines and about 20 experimental stations can be installed covering the broad spectrum of experimental applications and techniques.|
|Status||Operational since 2015|
|Information Source||RI management|
|Scientific Domains||Environmental Sciences Biological and Medical Sciences Material Sciences and Analytical Facilities Physical Sciences and Engineering Social Sciences and Humanities e-Infrastructures Energy|
|RI Categorization||Intense Light Sources|
|Location||24, ul. Golebia, Krakow, 31007, Malopolska, Poland|