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Public BeamlinesBL01B1 XAFS

  • XAFS in wide energy region (3.8 to 113 keV)
  • XAFS of dilute systems and thin films
  • Time resolved XAFS by quick scan

Kazuo KATO

Tomoya URUGA

Toshiaki INA

Public BeamlinesBL02B1 Single Crystal Structure Analysis

  • Charge density study by single crystal X-ray diffraction
  • Crystal structure analysis of micro single crystal
  • Investigation of phase transition under external field

Kunihisa SUGIMOTO

Nobuhiro YASUDA

Kazushi SUMITANI

Public BeamlinesBL02B2 Powder Diffraction

  • Charge density studies closely related to properties of functional materials
  • Structural aspects of phase transition
  • Ab initio structure determination using powder diffraction data
  • Structural refinements by Rietveld method
  • Thin-film diffraction
  • In-situ difftaction experimnent under gas adsorption and/or photo irradiation

Shogo KAWAGUCHI

Kunihisa SUGIMOTO

Contract BeamlinesBL03XU Advanced Softmaterial (Advanced Softmaterial Beamline Consortium)

  • Research development of organic or polymer materials as thin files, fiber, bulk, film, and solution.
  • Structural analysis of materials using X-ray scattering measurements.
  • X-ray measurement for polymer thin film or organic thin film
  • Innovations in the manufacturing process for soft and polymer materials.
  • Observation on a structure changing under a controlled environment by real-time X-ray measurement with a large processing apparatus
  • Observation of a change in the hierarchal structure at Å~µm scale by simultaneous measurement

Hiroyasu MASUNAGA

Taizo KABE

Public BeamlinesBL04B1 High Temperature and High Pressure Research

  • X-ray diffraction measurements and radiography under extreme conditions using large-volume press up to 100 GPa/3000 K
  • Energy dispersive X-ray diffraction measurements (2θ = 3-20°/ 20-150 keV)
  • Angle dispersive X-ray diffraction measurements (30-60 keV/ 2θ = <10°)

Yuji HIGO

Yoshinori TANGE

Public BeamlinesBL04B2 High Energy X-ray Diffraction

  • Structure analysis of glass, liquid, and amorphous materials
  • X-ray diffraction under high pressure
  • Small angle scattering measurements of supercritical fluids

Koji OHARA

Saori KAWAGUCHI

Yasuo OHISHI

Accelerator Beam DiagnosisBL05XU RIKEN Diagnosis Beamline I

  • Accelerator science
  • Accelerator beam diagnostics
  • R&D of accelerator components
  • Development of photon sources
  • Automated X-ray Fluorescence Analysis
  • X-ray microspectroscopy

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Shiro TAKANO
Mitsuhiro MASAKI
Kazuhiro TAMURA

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Kiyofumi NITTA
Oki SEKIZAWA

Contract BeamlinesBL07LSU The University-of-Tokyo Outstation Beamline for Materials Science(The University of Tokyo)

  • Solid State Physics
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Applied Physics

Iwao MATSUDA

Yoshihisa HARADA

Hiroki WADATI

Public BeamlinesBL08W High Energy Inelastic Scattering

  • Magnetic Compton scattering
  • High-resolution Compton scattering
  • High-energy Bragg scattering
  • High-energy fluorescent X-ray analysis

Naruki TSUJI

Contract BeamlinesBL08B2 Hyogo BM (Hyogo Prefecture)

  • XAFS in a wide energy region
  • Small angle X-ray scattering for structural analyses of polymer and nano-composite materials
  • X-ray topography
  • Imaging
  • Powder diffraction with a high angular resolution

Yasushi KAGOSHIMA

Kazushi YOKOYAMA

Shigeo KUWAMOTO

Public BeamlinesBL09XU Nuclear Resonant Scattering

  • Materials science using nuclear resonant scattering
    Electronic property studied by Mössbauer spectroscopy using synchrotron radiation
    Lattice dynamics studied by using nuclear inelastic scattering
  • Nuclear physics and X-ray optics using nuclear resonant scattering
    Nuclear excitation by electron transition (NEET)
    Coherent X-ray optics using nuclear resonant scattering
  • Materials science using hard x-ray photoemission spectroscopy
    Variable depth analysis of electronic properties with high energy resolution
    X-ray polarization tunability with phase retarder and analysis for observing magnetic effects
    Various applications both in basic and applied research fields under low temperature of 8K

Yoshitaka YODA

Satoshi TSUTSUI

Akira YASUI

Public BeamlinesBL10XU High Pressure Research

  • Structure analysis and phase transitions under ultra high pressure (DAC experiment)
  • Earth and planetary science

Naohisa HIRAO

Saori KAWAGUCHI

Yasuo OHISHI

Contract BeamlinesBL11XU QST Quantum Dynamics I (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology)

  • Nuclear Resonant Scattering
  • Surface and interface structure with MBE
  • Inelastic scattering
  • XAFS

Takaya MITSUI

Hideaki SHIWAKU

Kenji ISHII

Masamitsu TAKAHASI

Hiroyuki SAITOH

Contract BeamlinesBL12XU NSRRC ID (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center)

  • Elementary electronic excitations, quasiparticle behaviors, and electron-correlation effects in correlated electron systems investigated usinghigh resolution non-resonantorresonant inelastic X-ray scattering
  • Local electronic structure of molecular solids of low-Z elements (e.g., biomaterials) investigated by high resolution near-edge X-ray Raman scattering
  • Phase transitionsunderhigh-pressure, low and high temperatures
  • Materials science usinghigh-resolution X-ray absorption and emissionspectroscopy
  • X-ray physics and optics

Nozomu HIRAOKA

Ku-Ding TSUEI

Masato YOSHIMURA

Contract BeamlinesBL12B2 NSRRC BM (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center)

  • X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  • Powder X-ray diffraction
  • High resolution X-ray scattering
  • Protein crystallography

Hirofumi ISHII

Yen-Fa LIAO

Masato YOSHIMURA

Public BeamlinesBL13XU Surface and Interface Structures

  • Surface structural analysis
  • Atomic-scale structural analysis of a crystal surface, an ultra-thin film and a nanostructure
  • Analysis of nanostructures grown at a vacuum/solid, liquid/solid, and solid/solid interface
  • Analysis of local structures using microdiffraction.

Hiroo TAJIRI

Yasuhiko IMAI

Kazushi SUMITANI

Contract BeamlinesBL14B1 QST Quantum Dynamics II (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology)

  • Materials science at high pressure
  • Surface/interface analysis
  • XAFS
  • Pair-distribution function (PDF) analysis
  • Time-resolved energy-dispersive XAFS (DXAFS)

Hiroyuki SAITOH

Yasuhiro YONEDA

Public BeamlinesBL14B2 Engineering Science Research II

  • X-ray imaging
  • XAFS in wide energy region (3.8 to 72 keV)
  • XAFS of dilute systems and thin films
  • Time resolved XAFS by quick scan

Tetsuo HONMA

Takeshi Watanabe

Hironori OFUCHI

Contract BeamlinesBL15XU WEBRAM (National Institute for Materials Science)

  • Highly precise characterization of advanced materials
  • High energy excitation X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
  • Highly preciseX-ray powder diffraction

Yoshio KATSUYA

Contract BeamlinesBL16XU SUNBEAM ID (SUNBEAM Consortium)

  • Characterization of thin films for ULSI, optical and magnetic devices, secondary batteries, fuel cells, catalysts, functional materials, and structural materials.

Naoki AWAJI

Contract BeamlinesBL16B2 SUNBEAM BM (SUNBEAM Consortium)

  • Characterization of industrial materials, such as metal and oxide films, semiconductor crystals, etc., by XAFS, topography and other methods

Yoshihiro KUDO

RIKEN BeamlinesBL17SU RIKEN Coherent Soft X-ray Spectroscopy

  • Study of electronic states and band structures by means of photoemission spectroscopy --- A2 station
  • Spectroscopic photoemission low energy electron microscopy (SPELEEM) --- Ac station
    Observation of local electronic structure and magnetic domains by SPELEEM with the spatial resolution of about 22 nm using a soft x-ray beam.
    Variable 3 different imaging mode (real space imaging, reciprocal space imaging and energy dispersion mode), and 3 different excitation sources (high brilliant circularly polarized soft x-ray, electron beam and Hg mercury lamp) are available.
  • Study of electronic structure of liquid and liquid/solid interface by means of soft x-ray --- A3 station
    absorption and soft x-ray emission spectroscopy
  • Soft x-ray diffraction spectroscopy --- B1 station
    Soft x-ray diffraction to study the electronic structure of the ordered materials
  • Carry-in station --- Bc station
    Free space where users can carry in their own instruments. Focused soft x-ray beam is available.
    By using versatile photoemission electron microscope, electronic / magnetic states imaging (resolving power : better than 100 nm) and its dynamics measurements by pump-probe method are available.

Masaki OURA

Haruhiko OHASHI

Takuo OHKOCHI

RIKEN BeamlinesBL19LXU RIKEN SR Physics

  • This beamline is open for any research field requiring the highly brilliant X-ray beam

Kenji TAMASAKU

Public BeamlinesBL19B2 Engineering Science Research I 

  • Residual stress measurement, and structural analysis of thin film, surface and interface
  • Powder diffraction
  • X-ray imaging, X-ray topography
  • Small angle X-ray scattering (Ultra-small angle scattering)

Keiichi OSAKA

Takeshi WATANABE

Public BeamlinesBL20XU Medical and Imaging II

  • X-ray micro-imaging
    X-ray microbeam/scanning microscopy, Projection micro-CT, High-energy x-ray nano-CT (20, 30 keV), Phase-contrast micro-CT, X-ray diffraction tomography (XRD-CT), X-ray holography, Coherent X-ray optics, Research and development of X-ray optics (including focusing/imaging optics) and optical elements
  • Medical application
    Refraction-enhanced imaging, Phase-contrast CT
  • Ultra-small angle scattering

Akihisa TAKEUCHI

Masayuki UESUGI

Public BeamlinesBL20B2 Medical and Imaging I

  • The medical research mainly involves micro-radiography, micro-tomography and refraction-contrast imaging on biological specimens and small animals
  • Imaging techniques involve the evaluation and development of various kinds of optical elements for novel imaging techniques

Kentaro UESUGI

Keiji UMETANI

Masato HOSHINO

Eiji Hase

Contract BeamlinesBL22XU JAEA Actinide Science I (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)

  • Materials science at high pressure
  • Resonant X-ray scattering (activity at RI laboratory)
  • Residual stress measurement

Kenji OHWADA

Toshiya INAMI

Tetsu WATANUKI

Takahisa SHOBU

Hideaki SHIWAKU

Contract BeamlinesBL23SU JAEA Actinide Science II (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)

  • Surface chemistry with supersonic molecular beam
  • Biophysical spectroscopy
  • Photoelectron spectroscopy (activity at RI laboratory)
  • Magnetic circular dichroism (activity at RI laboratory)

Shin-ichi FUJIMORI

Yukiharu TAKEDA

Contract BeamlinesBL24XU Hyogo ID (Hyogo Prefecture)

  • Surface/interface analysis for industry by fluorescent X-ray analysis, strain measurements and grazing incidence X-ray diffraction.
  • Microbeam small- and wide-angle X-ray scattering for local structure analysis.
  • Micro-XAFS.
  • Scanning and imaging microscope, micro-tomography.
  • Studies of Microstructure of Electronic Device Materials.
  • Bright field X-ray topography.

Yasushi KAGOSHIMA

Yoshiyuki TSUSAKA

Yuki TAKAYAMA

Public BeamlinesBL25SU Soft X-ray Spectroscopy of Solid

  • Research on electronic states and band structures by photoemission spectroscopy (PES) and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES)
  • Analysis of atomic arrangements by photoelectron diffraction (PED)
  • Analysis of magnetic domains, local electronic states and magnetic dynamics by photoemission electron microscope (PEEM)
  • Research on element-specific magnetic states by X-ray magnetic circular dichroism (XMCD), analysis of magnetic states using soft X-ray nano-beam

Tetsuya NAKAMURA

Takayuki MURO

Takuo OHKOCHI

Yoshinori KOTANI

RIKEN BeamlinesBL26B1 / BL26B2 RIKEN Structural Genomics I & II

  • Structural genomics research based on single crystal X-ray diffraction

Go UENO

Public BeamlinesBL27SU Soft X-ray Photochemistry

  • B-branch: high-energy soft X-ray spectroscopy and microscopy
    Si(111) channel-cut double crystal monochromator(2.1~3.3 keV)
    Soft X-ray photoabsorption spectroscopy of dilute samples
    X-ray fluorescence analysis of light elements
    Scanning X-ray microscopy using soft X-ray micro-beam
  • C-branch: low-energy soft X-ray spectroscopy
    Valid-line-spacing plane grating monochromator(0.17~2.2 keV)
    Soft X-ray photoabsorption spectroscopy of dilute sample
    Soft X-ray photoabsorption spectroscopy under the normal atmospheric pressure condition
    Electronic structures analysis using soft x-ray emission spectrometer

Yusuke TAMENORI

Kazuki TSURUTA

Public BeamlinesBL28B2 White Beam X-ray Diffraction

  • White X-ray diffraction and topography
  • Time-resolved energy-dispersive XAFS (DXAFS) for studies of chemical and/or physical reaction process.
  • Biomedical imaging and radiation biology studies.
  • High energy (~200 keV) X-ray microtomography

Masato HOSHINO

Kentaro KAJIWARA

Kazuo KATO

Keiji UMETANI

Contract BeamlinesBL28XU RISING II(Kyoto University)

  • In-situ and time-resolved analyses of rechargeable batteries
  • Resonance x-ray diffraction
  • X-ray diffraction spectroscopy (XDS)
  • Hard x-ray photoemission spectroscopy (HAXPES)

Masahito MORITA

Hisao KIUCHI

RIKEN BeamlinesBL29XU RIKEN Coherent X-ray Optics

  • X-ray optics, especially coherent X-ray optics

Yoshiki KOHMURA

Contract BeamlinesBL31LEP Laser-Electron Photon II (Research Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka University)

  • Production of high intensity GeV photon beam by laser-backward Compton scattering
  • Hadron physics via photo-nucleon and photo-nuclear reactions
  • Test and calibration of detectors with GeV gamma-ray and converted electrons/positrons

Masaru YOSOI

Shinsuke SUZUKI

RIKEN BeamlinesBL32B2 RIKEN

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Contract BeamlinesBL32XU RIKEN Targeted Proteins

  • Structural biology
  • X-ray crystallography
  • Micro crystallography

Kunio HIRATA

Contract BeamlinesBL33XU TOYOTA (TOYOTA Central R&D Labs., Inc.)

  • Analysis and evaluation of materials used in car industry, time-resolved XAFS

Tomoyuki YOSHIDA

Contract BeamlinesBL33LEP Laser-Electron Photon (Research Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka University)

  • Meson photoproduction from nucleon and nucleus
  • Photoexcitation of hyperons, nucleon resonances, and other exotic states
  • Photonuclear reactions
  • Beam diagnoses
  • Test and calibration of detectors with GeV photon beam

Takashi NAKANO

Yuji OHASHI

Public BeamlinesBL35XU High Resolution lnelastic Scattering

  • Dynamics of materials on meV energy scales: Phonons, Excitations in Liquids and Glasses
  • Methods of investigation include inelastic X-ray scattering (IXS) and nuclear resonant scattering (NRS).
  • Focal spot size of φ20 microns possible with KB setup

Hiroshi UCHIYAMA

Satoshi TSUTSUI

Contract BeamlinesBL36XU Catalytic Reaction Dynamics for Fuel Cells (The University of Electro-Communications)

  • Real time analysis of catalytic reaction dynamics for fuel cells
  • Analysis methods
    Time resolved XAFS
    2D spatial resolved XAFS
    Depth resolved XAFS
    3D computed tomography/laminography XAFS
    Ambient pressure hard X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

Tomoya URUGA

Oki SEKIZAWA

Public BeamlinesBL37XU Trace Element Analysis

  • X-ray spectrochemical analysis using micro/nano beam
  • Ultra trace element analysis
  • High energy X-ray fluorescence analysis

Kiyofumi NITTA

Yasuko TERADA

Oki SEKIZAWA

Public BeamlinesBL38B1 Structural Biology III

  • Routine data collection for macromolecular crystallography

Seiki BABA

Hideo OKUMURA

Yuki NAKAMURA

Nipawan NUEMKET

Accelerator Beam DiagnosisBL38B2 RIKEN Diagnosis Beamline II

  • Accelerator science
  • Accelerator beam diagnostics
  • R&D of accelerator components
  • Production of MeV γ-ray photons

Mitsuhiro MASAKI

Kazuhiro TAMURA

Public BeamlinesBL39XU Magnetic Materials

  • X-ray magnetic circular dichroism (XMCD) spectroscopy
  • Element-specific magnetometry (ESM)
  • X-ray emission spectroscopy (XES) and its magnetic circular dichroism
  • Resonant X-ray magnetic scattering for multilayers
  • XMCD and XAFS microscopy and local ESM with a 100-300 nm spatial resolution
  • XAFS and XMCD at high pressure (0-100 GPa @ room temperature, 0-20 GPa @ low temperature)
  • X-ray spectroscopy using variable X-ray polarization

Motohiro SUZUKI

Naomi KAWAMURA

Masaichiro MIZUMAKI

Public BeamlinesBL40XU High Flux

  • Fast time-resolved x-ray diffraction and scattering
  • X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy
  • Fluorescence analysis
  • Microbeam X-ray diffraction and scattering
  • Time-resolved quick XAFS

Hiroshi SEKIGUCHI

Nobuhiro YASUDA

Koki AOYAMA

Hiroyuki IWAMOTO

Public BeamlinesBL40B2 Structural Biology II

  • Noncrystalline small and wide angle X-ray scattering

Noboru OHTA

Hiroshi SEKIGUCHI

Public BeamlinesBL41XU Structural Biology I

  • Macromolecular crystallography
  • Ultra-high resolution structure analysis
  • Micro-crystallography

Kazuya HASEGAWA

Nobuhiro MIZUNO

Takashi KAWAMURA

Hironori MURAKAMI

Public BeamlinesBL43IR Infrared Materials Science

  • Infrared microspectroscopy

Taro MORIWAKI

Yuka IKEMOTO

RIKEN BeamlinesBL43LXU RIKEN Quantum NanoDynamics

  • Electronic Excitations and Atomic Dynamics

Alfred BARON

Contract BeamlinesBL44XU Macromolecular Assemblies (Institute for Protein Research, Osaka University)

  • Crystal structure analysis of biological macromolecular assemblies (e.g. membrane protein complexes, protein complexes, protein-nucleic acid complexes, and viruses)

Atsushi NAKAGAWA

Mamoru SUZUKI

Eiki YAMASHITA

RIKEN BeamlinesBL44B2 RIKEN Materials Science

  • Structure-based Materials Science

Kenichi KATO

RIKEN BeamlinesBL45XU RIKEN Structural Biology I

  • SAXS-station: Time-resolved structures of non-crystalline biological materials such as protein, nucleic acid solutions, membrane, muscle, and micelle system under various conditions, are studied by using small-angle scattering and diffraction technique.
  • SWAXS-station: Wide-scale structural analysis for nano- and meso-strucure in soft-condensed matters such as polymer, lipid and complex fluid systems are investigated by using small- and wide-angle X-ray scattering/diffraction techniques.

Takaaki HIKIMA

Public BeamlinesBL46XU Engineering Science Research III

  • Structural characterization of thin film by X-ray diffraction and X-ray reflectivity measurement
  • Residual stress measurement
  • Time resolved X-ray diffraction
  • Hard X-ray Photoemission Spectroscopy

Tomoyuki KOGANEZAWA

Satoshi YASUNO

Public BeamlinesBL47XU HAXPES·μCT

  • Hard X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy 
  • Projection type micro-tomography
  • Imaging type micro-tomography
  • Hard X-ray microbeam/scanning microscopy 

Kentaro UESUGI

Koki AOYAMA

Akira YASUI

     
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