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Magnedyn

Electromagnet endstation | RIXS endstation Preparation ChamberSLU


The beamline for magnetodynamical studies at the FERMI FEL
 


The advent of free-electron-lasers (FEL) represents a groundbreaking advancement for innovative time resolved and pump-probe magneto-optic spectroscopies disclosing new experimental strategies to study emerging magneto optical phenomena and the underlying physics.
The MagneDyn beamline has been purposedly designed to carry out studies on transient magnetic states of matter by exploiting the time structure, the full coherent-variable polarization properties and harmonic content/multi-color operation of the FERMI FEL source. 

The beamline endstations allow to perform element specific EUV and soft x-ray resonant inelastic scattering (RIXS) and magnetic absorption experiments (XMCD) for uncovering the dynamics of the transient magnetization sensitivity to the angular momentum associated with the spins, the low-energy valence excitations, the phonons and the spin-excitations.

 


funding

 
The Magnedyn initiative is a joint collaboration between Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste and CNR-IOM. MagneDyn is funded by the EU FP7 PASTRY project, the EuroFEL initiative and Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste.
 



 

Last Updated on Monday, 20 August 2018 14:13