Sincrotrone Trieste has set up several laboratories backing the scientific activity of the Elettra and Fermi beamlines. Both conventional techniques and scientific computing tools are accessible, with the purpose of helping users in conducting their research. The techniques offered in the laboratories are complementary to those available at the beamlines, extending the capabilities of our laboratory.  Notably, the support laboratories carry out an intense training activity targeted to young researchers and students.

Laboratories & Services

CITIUS

The CITIUS laboratory hosts state-of-the-art light sources for the study of materials and research in the field of non-linear optics.
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Hard & Soft X-ray Optical Engineering

The Optical Engineering group services are: optical simulation software, synchrotron radiation beamlines design, optical components design, evaluation and characterization.
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Hard X-ray Techniques Laboratory

The Hard X-ray Techniques Laboratory is a research laboratory,  providing XRD and XRF measurements with different X-Ray sources and different energies.
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MiNaC: Micro and Nano Carbon Lab

The main activity of the Micro and Nano Carbon Laboratory is the preparation and study of carbon nanotubes and several carbon based materials.
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NanoLab

The lab carries out research on surface confined bio- molecules and self- assembled monolayers using atomic force microscopy.
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Organic OptoElectronics

The lab investigates the properties of organic semiconductors, either molecular or polymeric, and their applications.
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SciComp: Scientific Computing

The scientific computing team supports research activities by providing advanced algorithms, ICT services and infrastructures.

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Structural Biology

Structural and functional studies of proteins and protein complexes involved in DNA replication and repair, autophagy and genome stability.
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Support Lab

The Support Lab operates a machine workshop and a chemical laboratory supporting Elettra beamlines and users
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Surface Science

The laboratory research activity addresses the geometrical and electronic structure as well as the chemical reactivity of a large variety of solid surfaces.
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Theory@Elettra

Theory@Elettra is the theory group funded by the CNR-INFM DEMOCRITOS supporting the experimental activity performed in the laboratory
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Tomolab

The TomoLab station at Elettra provides a state-of-the-art X-ray computed microtomography system based on a microfocus source.
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T-ReX

The T-ReX Lab hosts a set of facilities devoted to the study of ultra-fast processes in condensed and soft matter and their applications in technology.
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 December 2017 16:31