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Tac light sources sr fel internat onal user s meeting lsum 2013 october 5 7 2013

TAC Light Sources (SR&FEL) Internatıonal User’s Meeting (LSUM 2013)October 5-7, 2013

PROPOSED EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS OF TARLA IRFEL FACILITY AND R&D POTENTIAL

Pervin ARIKAN

Gazi University- Ankara


Outline

Outline

  • List of Staff

  • Planning of experimental stations

  • Techniques and application fields

  • Working groups

  • Infrastructure of Labs.

  • User potential

  • CALIPSO and ESUO

  • HORIZON 2020

  • Future plan

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Pervin ARIKAN | Gazi University


Tarla ir fel laboratories

TARLA IR-FEL Laboratories

  • are charged with the responsibility to supply state-of-the-art radiation in broad region to a diverse user community.

  • Scientific opportunities in physics,chemistry,

    biology and medicine are beinginvestigated to foster new research areas in Turkey and region

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Tarla ir fel exp stations and user potential working group

TARLA-IR FEL Exp.Stations and User Potential - Working Group

  • Dr. Pervin Arıkan ( Gazi University) Coordinator

  • Dr.İlhan Tapan (Uludağ University ) ( photon diagnostics )

  • Dr.Atilla Aydın ( Bilkent University ) ( IR Spect.material charact. )

  • Dr.Ayşe Hiçsönmez ( Ankara University) ( medicial appl. )

  • Dr.Feride Severcan ( METU) (bio-micro Spectroscopy )

  • Dr.Hakan Altan ( METU ) ( ultrafast photonics)

  • Dr.Okan Esentürk ( METU) ( ultrafast photonics)

  • Dr. Ömer İlday ( Bilkent University ) ( material processing )

  • Dr.Ergün Kasap ( Gazi University) ( optical beamline transport )

  • Müge Tural Gündoğan ( Ph.D Student - Ankara University) (M.Sc. IRFEL Labs.)

  • Ayşegül Uşun ( M.Sc. – Gazi University) ( pump-probe)

  • Elif Tatoğlu ( M.Sc. - Gazi University) ( IR Spect. )

  • Selin Erdoğan ( M.Sc. - Gazi University) ( SFG)

  • Emre Erbay ( Ph.D student- ÖİB University) ( M.Sc. optical beamline transport )

  • Begüm Tekiner ( M.Sc. - Ankara University) (optical beamline transport )

  • Kamile Tekfidan (M.Sc. - Gazi University) (optical beamline transport )

  • Ersin Çiçek (M.Sc. - Gazi University) ( photon diagnostics )

  • İdil Arslan ( M.Sc - Ankara University) ) ( photon diagnostics )

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Schematic view of tac ir fel brems facility

Schematic View of TAC IR-FEL & Brems. Facility

Cooling & Generator Rooms

Analysis, Control, Atelier Rooms

ExperimentHalls

Accelerator and FEL Production Area

Accelerator and FEL Production Area

Klystron, Electronics Room

Bremsstrahlung Experiment Area

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Tac light sources sr fel internat onal user s meeting lsum 2013 october 5 7 2013

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Tac light sources sr fel internat onal user s meeting lsum 2013 october 5 7 2013

  • The obtained laser ( 3 -250 μm) will be delivered to experimental stations ( MIR and FIR region )

  • 1. Photon diagnostıcs lab.

    2. Infrared spectroscopy laboratory ( IR Lab.) material characterization

    3.Pump-probe /sum frequncy generation laboratory( PPT/SFG)

  • Other four laboratories will be prioritized with respect to the needs and

    requirements of the expected proposals of the researchers in the areas

    outlines previously.

  • It is imperative that the photon beam is well prepared for transport and well diagnosed before experiments can be conducted these laboratories

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Irfel experimental stations of tarla facility

IRFEL Experimental Stations of TARLA Facility

Coordinator :Dr.Pervin Arıkan ( Gazi Univ.)

  • Photon Diagnostics ( Lab 1)

    Dr. İlhan Tapan (Uludağ Univ.)

  • Ultrafast Photonics Applications ( Lab 2)

    Dr.Okan Esentürk and Dr. Hakan Altan ( METU)

  • IR Spect. (Material Charact.) ( Lab 3)

    Dr. Atilla Aydınlı (Bilkent Univ. )

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Main application field of ir fel

Main application field of IR FEL

  • PhotonScience

  • MaterialScience

  • Semiconductors

  • Biotechnologicalandmedicalresearch

  • Non-linearOptics

  • Nanotechnology

  • Photo-Chemistry

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Experimental techniques

Experimental techniques

1 - Sum Frequency Generation

2 - Photon Echo Experiment

3 - Photoacustic Spectroscopy

4 - Pump-Probe Techniques

5 - IR-MALDI (IR matrix assisted laser desorption/ionization )

6 - IR-MAPLE ( IR matrix assisted pulsed laser evaporation )

7 - IR-REMPI (IR resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization)

8 - Near Field Microscopy

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Some n eeds of the industrial and scientific community in turkey

Some Needs of the Industrial and Scientific Community in Turkey

  • Characterization of electrical properties of solar cells

  • Characterization of the crystal or amorphous materials used in the production of thin-film solar cells

  • Understanding the effect of thermal stress on material longevity

  • Measurement on deposited films or coatings using ultrafast techniques

  • Dynamical characterization of detector response in the infrared and visible regions

  • Characterization and calibration of eye-safe CCD and/or CMOS detectors

  • Characterization of power and output characteristics of Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCL)

  • Time-domain characterization of point-like bolometer detectors or micro-bolometer arrays

  • Understanding working principles of dynamical catalysis mechanisms in various reactions

  • Characterizing polymer surfaces that can be utilized in biosensors, batteries, and other electronic devices.

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Photon diagnostics lab

Photon Diagnostics Lab.

* Ersin Çiçek, SEL için Foton Diyagnostiği’nin Teknik tasarımı, 08.09.2013, UPHUK-V

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Irfel material characterization lab layout

IRFEL material characterization (Lab layout )

u

Soğutma suyu

N2

Raman

kryostat

FTIR

NSOM

fs lazer

Vak

Veri toplama

Y.

Parça,sarf, stok

Güç

Örnek hazırlama

Basınçlı hava

Vakum

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Time resolved v ibrational spe ctroscopy of c hemical r eactions

Time Resolved Vibrational Spectroscopy of Chemical Reactions

  • One narrowband ultrafast IR laser pulse excites vibrational modes in a molecule and is followed by a second broadband infrared pulse, which gives two independent frequency axes and allows the collection of 2D-IR spectra.

  • Spectra provide direct information on vibrational anharmonicities, energy transfer processes, and molecular structure.

http://www.cchem.berkeley.edu/cbhgrp/

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Spectroscopy of the solid state

Spectroscopy of the Solid State

  • Carrier dynamics:

  • Quantum wells, superlattices, and quantum dots (e.g.

  • inter- and intra-subband/miniband relaxation, Bloch

  • oscillations)

  • Infrared and THz properties:

  • Electricallydrivenquantum structures (Bloch oscillators

  • and quantumcascade lasers)

  • Resonant coherent effects:

  • High-intensity laser pulses closely resonant with the

  • intersubband energy can induce coherent phenomena

  • such as dressed states and Rabi oscillations

  • Electrondynamics:

  • Ultrashort IR pulses with controlled phases.

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Ultrafast photonics applications laboratory

3.5m

SFG

~6m

Pump/

Probe

Ultrafast Photonics Applications Laboratory

Lab Layout

>1mJ, 1kHz synchronized,

sub-100fs ultrafast amplified

laser source at 800nm center

wavelength

mJ pulse energies for a

wavelength range of

200-11000nm

Main Experiments will be centered around

pump/probe measurements and sum-frequency

generation measurements. All experiments are

planned to start pre-FEL beam

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Pump probe method

Pump-Probe Method

  • Pump-probe method enables to follow in real time vibrational motions coupled to electronic transitions. The sample is excited by one pulse train (pump) and the changes it induces in the sample are probed by the second pulse train (probe), which is suitably delayed with respect to the pump. Changes in the order of picosecond can be observed with this method.

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Sum frequency generation sfg spectroscopy

Sum Frequency Generation (SFG) Spectroscopy

Sum Frequency Generation (SFG) is a nonlinear optical technique used to study the details of molecular structure and dynamics at surfaces and interfaces. SFG has advantages in its ability to be monolayer surface sensitive, ability to be performed in situ (for example aqueous surfaces and in gases), and not causing much damage to the sample surface.

This spectroscopy method utilizes SFG, where two light beams mix at a surface and generate an output beam with a frequency equal to the sum of the two input frequencies. From the experiment setup and the output beam, one can deduce the composition, orientation distributions, and some structural information of molecules on a surface.

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Planned services in the labs

Planned services in the Labs

  • Air-condition

  • UPS

  • Liquid helium

  • Water free nitrogen

  • Oil free air pressure

  • Cooling water

  • Liquid nitrogen

  • Temperature control

  • Dust ( particle) control

  • Humidity control

  • 220-400 Voltage

  • 40 kW per room

  • LAN

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User potential

USER POTENTIAL

We identified areas of interest and contacted spesific researchers since 2009 .

Few areas of interest

  • Conventional Laser ve IR FEL

  • Non-linear optics

  • Pump-probe Techniques

  • Sum frequency generation

  • FTIR , Raman Spect.

  • Optics and signal process

  • Terahertz Spect.

  • Nanotechnology

  • Material Science

  • Semi-conductors

  • IR Imaging

  • Laser ablation

  • Nanomedicine

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First user meeting 2009

First User Meeting 2009

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Second user meeting 2010

Second User Meeting -2010

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Main laser and optics research center in universities

Main laser and optics research center in universities

  • Kocaeli University (LATARUM) İzmit

  • METU (Material science and THz lab.) Ankara

  • Ankara University(Nonlinear optics Lab.) Ankara

  • Bilkent Univ.( Advanced technology research center )Ankara

  • UNAM (National nanotechnology research center)Ankara

  • Koç University(LASER Lab.)İstanbul

  • UME (Optical Lab.) İzmit

  • SABANCI University(Optical Lab.)İstanbul

  • İzmir Advanced Technology Institute ( chemistry) Ankara

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Material characterization by ir spect users in universities

Material Characterization by IR Spect. USERS in Universities

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International relations

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

  • EU SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME

  • Combination of Collaborative Projects

    And Coordination and Support Actions for Integrating

    Activities

  • INFRA-2012-1-1.23:Synchrotron radiation sources and Free Electron Lasers

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Eu fp 7 international relations

EU-FP-7 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Title : Coordinated Access to Light sources to Promote Standards

and Optimization

Budget : 7.5 M Euro

Duration : 36 months ( June 2012 – May 2015)

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Project management of calipso

Project management of CALIPSO

  • Dr. Michele Bertolo,

  • Head of Sponsored Research Office at Sincrotrone Trieste S.C.p.A.(Elettra)

    ITALY

  • Dr. Cecilia Blasetti ,(Managing Team ) Elettra

  • “wayforlight”portal

  • http://www.wayforlight.eu

  • www.esuo.org

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Objectives of calipso

Objectives of CALIPSO

** CALIPSO coordinates the European synchrotrons and FELs towards a fully integrated network.

** The consortium is characterized by common objectives,harmonized decisions, strong communication,transnational open access based on excellence and joint development of new

instruments.

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The 20 consortium members of calipso

The 20 consortium members of CALIPSO

  • ALBA

  • AU(ISA)

  • CLIO(CNRS)

  • DESY

  • Diamond

  • Elettra

  • EMBL

  • ESRF

  • BESSY(HZB)

  • FELBE(HZDR)

  • ANKA(KIT)

  • INFN

  • MAXIV

  • PSI-SLS

  • FELIX(RU)

  • SOLARIS

  • SOLEIL

  • STFC

  • TAC

  • XFEL

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Members of calipso

Members of CALIPSO

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Calipso activities

CALIPSO ACTIVITIES

**Networking Activities/NAs

Wayforlight (ESUO) and HERCULE School

**Transnational Access Activities/TAAs

14 Accelerator Facility-Users Project

** Joint Research Activities/JRAs

  • FELSEED , HIZPAD2 , NanoFOX+

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European accl users organization calipso esuo

European Accl. Users Organization CALIPSO-ESUO

  • TAC-TARLA is member of ESUO (CALIPSO - TAAs )

  • 14 Accelerator Facility-Users Project

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Horizon 2020

HORIZON 2020

  • Dr. Josef FELDHAUS

    Head of FLASH operation group – DESY Photon Science

  • Chair of the Collaboration of European FEL and SPS Facilities (SPS=accelerator based short-pulse sources).

  • With the presentproposal we suggest to consider the emerging and fast developing field of free electron lasers as a separate topic for the EU programHorizon 2020.(Horizon 2020, the EU's Research & Innovation funding programme for 2014-2020 )

    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

  • Since CALIPSO also includes several IR FELs and since there will be a separate FEL topic for an I3 under HORIZON2020

  • We would like to invite your institute also to join our activities and become member of the Collaboration. The operating facilities CLIO, FELBE and FELIX have already indicated their interest and are ready to sign the MoU.

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Road map

ROAD MAP

  • As a first step , planning of 3 experimental stations

  • TDR and construction

  • Practical experience of users (CALIPSO)

  • Teaching and training of junior staff

  • Determine user profile of Turkey

  • CALIPSO

  • ESUO

  • HORIZON 2020

  • LSUM2013 ( 4-6 October 2013 , HTE-Ankara Univ.)

  • Future Plan

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Future planning

FUTURE PLANNING

  • Aim of Extended Project:

  • To get additional budget and time to complete the TARLA

  • facility including 5 (IR FEL) and 1 (Brems.) experimental

  • stations.

  • Planned project period: (5 years)

  • Proposed project budget: 25 MEuro (~ 60 MTL)

  • Collaboration:

  • Ankara, Gazi, S. Demirel, İstanbul, Bilkent, METU, Uludağ

  • Universities

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Extended project

EXTENDED PROJECT

  • Project Team:

  • Ankara U.:

    • Ö. Yavaş, A. Hiçsönmez, A. Aksoy, Z. Nergiz, Ç. Kaya, Ö. Karslı, B. Koç, E. Kazancı, M. Aydar,....

  • Gazi U.:

    • P. Arıkan, E. Çiçek,....

  • S. Demirel U.:

  • G. Yeğin, E. Kürkçüoğlu, A.G. Kalaycı, M. Şekerci, .....

  • İstanbul U.

  • S. Özkorucuklu,

  • METU:

    • F. Severcan, H. Altan, O. Esentürk,....

  • Bilkent U.:

    • A. Aydınlı, Ö. İlday,....

  • Uludag U.:

    • İ. Tapan, E. Pilçer, F. Kocak, ...

  • + ~20 Engineers, Technicians, MSc and PhD Students

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    Layout

    Layout

    FEL BEAM

    • A: Diagnostic

      • 6 x 6.7 x 4.2 m

        (w x l x h)

    • B: Ultrafast

      • 6 x 10 x 4.2 m

    • C: IR

      • 6 x 7.2 x 4.2 m

    • D: Material Processing

      • 6 x 7.5 x 4.2 m

    • E: Biology

      • 6 x 7.5 x 4.2 m

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    Designated labs at tarla facility in the future

    Designated Labs at TARLA Facility in the Future

    Diagnostic Lab

    FEL I & II

    Ultrafast Photonics Applications Laboratory

    Bio-Micro Spectroscopy Lab

    FEL BEAM

    IR Spectroscopy Lab

    Materials Processing Lab

    • There are 5 laboratories in total. There is overlap among experiments that will be conducted in these laboratories.

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    Bio micro spectroscopy laboratory

    Bio-Micro Spectroscopy Laboratory

    Measurementswill be centeredaroundsimilarwork done byprojectleader at BrookhavenNationalLaboratoriesutilizingSynchrotron-FTIR techniques. Thesetechniqueswill be adaptedtothe TARLA-FEL beam. Capabiliteswillincludebothspectroscopyandimaging of biologicalspecimens.

    Coupledwithcollaborationfromthemedicalschool of Ankara Universitythelaboratory is expectedtobecome a premiercenterforbiologicalreserach.

    Experimentsareplannedforpre-FEL start

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    Bio micro spectroscopy laboratory1

    Bio-Micro Spectroscopy Laboratory

    In this laboratory, together with multivariate statistical analytical methods, many different topics, that realte to important areas for medical applications will be investigated. Some are:

    • Identification of disease induced alterations in dynamic, structure and content of

      macromolecules in the level of tissue, cell, organelle and biological fluid,

    • Determination of biomarkers which can be used in the early diagnosis of diseases,Following of

      the disease progression, examination of the treatment strategies and the efficacy of treatment

      methods

    • Several radiobiological investigations including the determination of the radiation dose and the

      effects of radiation,

    • Determination of postmortem interval, fingerprint, presence of illicit drugs in biological samples,

    • Examination of the effects of environmental pollutants on living organisms such as fish, plant,

      water flea etc.

    • Investigation of the possible usage of organisms to find out biomarkers in characterization of the

      environmental pollutants,

    • Identification of food and beverage quality in Food Industry,

    • Identification of bacteria species in Microbiology,

    • Diagnosis and characterization of disease and stress factors in plants

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    Processes

    Processes

    • With increased laser power and beam qualitymore and more application fields were developed and meanwhile laser processes can be foundin nearly all production areas and branches .

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    Prof dr arif dem r ve ekibinin al malar

    Prof.Dr. Arif DEMİR ve ekibinin çalışmaları

    1- Laser Technologies Research and Application Center - LATARUM

    2- Fundamentallaserparameters in materialprocessing (pulseduration,

    wavelength, pulseenergy, repetation rate)

    3- Millisecondlasermaterialprocessing

    welding (titanyum, magnesium ) cladding,

    cutting (stainlesssteel) drilling (ceramic)

    4- Nanosecondlasermaterialprocessing

    drillingceramic, LIBS, thin film coating

    5-Femtosecond lasermetarialprocessing

    hydrofobicandhydrofilicsurfaces

    nanoparticleproduction

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    Conclusions

    Conclusions

    • We intensively wish to obtain the good results for the first facility which will be used for TAC’s further steps…

    • Turkey and the region has good potential to use such a facility and completion of TAC will give impuls and oppurtunities to researchers to use new and modern tools

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    Tac light sources sr fel internat onal user s meeting lsum 2013 october 5 7 2013

    Thank you for your attention…

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    Schematic view of tac ir fel brems facility1

    Demet Sıkıştırıcı

    Schematic View of TAC IR-FEL & Brems. Facility

    Enjektör

    250 keV

    LINAK-1

    5-20 MeV

    LINAK-2

    8-40 MeV

    Lazer

    3-250 µm

    SEL Üretimi

    * Suat Özkorucuklu, THM TARLA Tesisi, 09.09.2013, UPHUK-V

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    Experimental groups

    Experimental Groups

    FEL

    Pervin Arıkan

    Diagnostic

    İ.Tapan

    UltraFast PAL

    H. Altan

    O. Esentürk

    Gen. IR Lab.

    A.Aydinlı

    Bio-Micro SL

    F. Severcan.

    Material PL

    Ö. İlday

    BREMSSTRAHLUNG

    İskender Akkurt

    Detector

    M.Doğru

    S. Şahin

    Simulation

    N. Karpuzcu

    e. Dump

    G. Yeğin

    S.Sariaydin

    Photon Dump

    H.O. Tekin

    Radiator

    N. Demir

    Z.Demirci

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    Laboratories

    Laboratories

    • Ultrafast Photonics Applications Laboratory

      • Lab Coordinators : Hakan Altan (Physics METU), Okan Esentürk (Chemistry METU)

    • IR Spectroscopy Laboratory

      • Lab Coordinator: Atilla Aydınlı (Physics Bilkent)

    • Biological Micro Spectroscopy Laboratory

      • Lab Coordinator: Feride Severcan (Biology METU)

    • Material Processing Laboratory

      • Lab Coordinator: F. Ömer İlday (Physics Bilkent)

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    Physical requirements

    Physical requirements

    • Area = 42 m2

    • Dimensions = 6x7 m2

    • Height = 3.5 m

    • Floor = zemin

    • Environmentalrequirements:

    • Temperature : 21.0 ± 1.0 oC

    • Humidity : % 45 ± %10.

    • Services required:

    • Pressurizedcleanroom (class 10000)

    • Coolingwater (> 7 bar)

    • Pressurizeddryair (> 3 bar)

    • UPS (min 5kVA )

    • 220V ve 380V / 50Hz

    • Gasandliquidnitrogenandliquidhelium.

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    Challenges with ir fir radiation

    Challenges with IR/FIR Radiation

    D. Mittleman,

    “Imaging and Sensing With Terahertz Radiation”, Research Lab Expo 2005

    • FIR radiation is severely attenuated by water vapor

    • Beamwilltravel in evacuated (1mbar) steelpipeswhoseinnerdiameter is 10cm.

    • Diffractsquickly - needmoreoptics on U-90 beamlinethen U-25 beamlinetoarrive at an accepatble spot diameter at eachlab

    • Moreopticsmeansmorelosses, needrealhighreflecting (99%) specialgoldcoatedmirrors on eachbeamline.

    • Radii of curvature of eachfocusingoptic has to be muchlargerthandiameter of thebeam at thatapertureto limit sphericalaberration

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    Modification on laboratories

    Modification on laboratories

    • Dimensions of the user laboratories;

    • P.S. Without touching the walls of the Accelerator and FEL caves

    • Laboratory “1”  Width of the room is 6.68m

    • Depth of the room is 5.335m + 0.7m from corridor, total will be around 6m

    • Minimum height of the room is 3.5m (excluding thickness of the ceiling panel)

    • Laboratory “2”  Width of the room is 10m

    • Depth of the room is 5.335m + 0.7m from corridor, total will be around 6m

    • Minimum height of the room is 3.5m (excluding thickness of the ceiling panel)

    • Laboratory “3”  Width of the room is 7.2m

    • Depth of the room is 5.335m + 0.7m from corridor, total will be around 6m

    • Minimum height of the room is 3.5m (excluding thickness of the ceiling panel)

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    Tac light sources sr fel internat onal user s meeting lsum 2013 october 5 7 2013

    • Laboratory “4”  Width of the room is 5m

    • Depth of the room is 6m

    • Minimum height of the room is 3.5m (excluding thickness of the ceiling panel)

    • Laboratory “5”  Width of the room is 5m

    • Depth of the room is 6m

    • Minimum height of the room is 3.5m (excluding thickness of the ceiling panel)

    • Laboratory “6”  Width of the room is 5m

    • Depth of the room is 6m

    • Minimum height of the room is 3.5m (excluding thickness of the ceiling panel)

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    Synchronization

    Synchronization

    MASTER OSCİLLATOR CLOCK 1.3GHZ

    FEL 1, 13 MHz

    E-GUN, 13MHz

    LINAC 1, 1.3GHz

    LINAC 2, 1.3GHz

    FEL 2, 13 MHz

    PlPlanned for the future

    SEED LASER OSCILLATOR

    Electro-Optic Detection

    SEED LASER OSCILLATOR

    AMPLIFICATION

    AMPLIFIED PULSES

    REGEN amplfiied system locked on to subharmonic frequency from 1.3GHz.

    Amplified mJ pulses with duration less than 100fs, at center wavelength of about 800nm. Jitter is expected to be less than 1ps

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    Ultrafast photonics laboratory design and development

    Pump/Probe Measurement System

    Sum Frequency Generation System

    FEL synchronized Amplified Ti:Al2O3 laser with OPO/OPA conversion

    (200-11000nm)

    Visible/FEL/IR SFG Surface Characterization Set-up

    Visible Pump/IR Probe Measurements

    FEL Light Source

    13MHz CW train

    ~2-250 mm wavelengths

    Visible Pump/FEL Probe Measurements

    Visible/IR SHG System

    Ultrafast Photonics Laboratory Design and Development

    • One of the most important challenges with this laboratory is synchronization with the FEL pulse coming from the cave

    • Sub-harmonic will be derived from the linacs to drive the Ti:Al2O3 oscillator which will be operating at a multiple of the 13MHz train

    • Amplified laser system will be commercially bought and synchronization will also be done under the guidance of their technicans

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    Budget

    Budget

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    Bio micro spectroscopy laboratory2

    Bio-Micro Spectroscopy Laboratory

    In this laboratory, together with multivariate statistical analytical methods, many different topics, that realte to important areas for medical applications will be investigated. Some are:

    • Identification of disease induced alterations in dynamic, structure and content ofmacromolecules in the level of tissue, cell, organelle and biological fluid,

    • Determination of biomarkers which can be used in the early diagnosis of diseases,Following of the disease progression, examination of the treatment strategies and the efficacy of treatment methods,

    • Several radiobiological investigations including the determination of the radiation dose and the effects of radiation,

    • Determination of postmortem interval, fingerprint, presence of illicit drugs in biological samples,

    • Examination of the effects of environmental pollutants on living organisms such as fish, plant, water flea etc.

    • Investigation of the possible usage of organisms to find out biomarkers in characterization of the environmental pollutants,

    • Identification of food and beverage quality in Food Industry,

    • Identification of bacteria species in Microbiology,

    • Diagnosis and characterization of disease and stress factors in plants

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    Projected cost

    Projected Cost

    • Preliminary Budgets

      (5 year Plan):

      • Ultrafast Photonics App. Lab:

        • Equipment: 2M € + VAT

        • Personnel: 500k TL

        • Lab Development: 2M TL

  • Bio-Micro Spectroscopy Lab:

    • Equipment: 2M € + VAT

    • Personnel: 1M TL

    • Lab Development: 3M TL

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    Nsirm

    NSIRM

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    Nsirm1

    NSIRM

    Brogersma, Stanford

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    Pulsed laser deposition pld

    Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD)

    • Thin films of materials can be grown with PLD method. Pulsed laser is focussed on the material and under high vacuum the material is grown as a thin film on a substrate. In other methods like chemical vapor deposition (CVD) and molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) the material is heated and evaporated. Some materials like polymers are degraded, therefore, PLD method is preferred over the other methods.

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    Annealing

    Annealing

    • Annealing is heating a material to a predetermined temperature, holding for a certain time, and then cooling to room temperature to change its physical properties like hardness or optical properties. Usually ovens are used for this kind of treatment. IR FEL is also useful and many researchers use IR FEL instead of an oven.

    • In this study, the formation of gold nanoparticles are observed under IR light. Cluster size was 2.4nm before IR light. It has become 6.5nm after illumination and the density was reduced which was the opposite of the condition after conventional annealing.

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    Ir microscopy

    IR Microscopy

    http://grad.physics.sunysb.edu

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