@Welcome
Synchrotron radiation from insertion devices provides researchers with a powerful probe that

can be easily tuned over extreme wide range of energy and wavelength to understand the

complex world of atoms, molecules and solid states. The Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory

(SRL) has a branch laboratory in SPring-8 at Harima.@The branch laboratory maintains an

undulator beamline and three regular experimental stations: time-resolved photoemission

station, 3D nanoESCA station, high resolution soft X-ray emission station as well as free port

station equipped with focusing mirrors. They all are fully opened to outside users. The in-

house staffs of SRL not only serve the outside users with technical support and advices, but

also carry out their own research works on advanced solid state spectroscopy as well as

instrumentation. A research facility for spin- and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy

using vacuum ultra-violet laser is now opened to outside users at Kashiwa campus. Further

research facilities for materials science using vacuum ultra-violet and soft X-ray laser are

currently under construction.

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SRL Experimental Hall
@ 5-1-5 KashiwanoHa, Kashiwa-shi, Chiba 277-8581, Japan.
@Kashiwa Campus, Univ. of Tokyo
@Tel. 0471-36-3405 (SOR Office) @Tel. 0471-36-3406 (VSX Users' Community Office)
@Fax 0471-36-3283 (Main Bldg.) @@Fax 0471-36-3284 (Experimental Hall)

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@SPring-8, 1-1-1 Kouto, Sayo-cho, Sayo-gun, Hyogo, 679-5198 Japan
@Tel. 0791-58-0802 ext. 4111
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Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory, the Institute for Solid State Physics, the University of Tokyo@@@Last updated 2019/04/25