P01 is dedicated to Nuclear Resonant (NRS) and Inelastic X-ray scattering (IXS) experiments at photon energies between 5 keV and 70 keV. The beamline offers high energy resolution in the range from 1 meV to about 1eV and high spatial resolution in the (sub-)micron regime. Beamtime applications for NRS on 57Fe and 119Sn are accepted since November 2011. Proposals for Inelastic X-ray Scattering (IXS) are accepted since June 2014. Contacting the beamline stuff in case of uncertainties concerning the feasibility of the proposed experiments is highly recommended.
Since 2016, the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (MPG) is share holder of the P01 beamline for 40 % of the total beamtime. The MPG research is part of the IXS program and shared equally between two groups from the Max-Planck-Institut Dresden (Prof. Hao Tjeng) and the Max-Planck-Institut Stuttgart (Prof. Bernhard Keimer).
Research topics of NRS
- magnetism of nano structures ex and in situ during growth
- magnetic phase transitions (e.g. under high pressure)
- studies on magnetism and dynamics of materials under high pressure (e.g. geological samples)
- vibrational dynamics in crystalline and amorphous materials (e.g. bio molecules, (nano-)thermoelectric materials and glasses)
- diffusion studies
- nuclear quantum optics
Research topics of IXS
- fuel cells
- Li-ion batteries
- correlated electron systems