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1 Infrared Beamline (EMIRA) at SESAME Current Status and New Updates Ibraheem YOUSEF SESAME Synchrotron Electro-Magnetic Infrared RAdiation

2 Outlines  Simulation and Design of the Infrared Beamline at SESAME a) The Infrared Source Characteristics for SESAME b) Optical Design Simulation c) Beamline Design d) Experimental Station  The Progress in the IR beamline since the last SAC

3  IR beamline will be one of the three Day-1 beamline at SESAME  IR beamline will be the first one fully designed at SESAME ParameterDescriptionValue EElectron energy2.5 GeV BMagnetic field T RBending radius5.726 m IElectron current400 mA LStraight section length4.4 m SESAME Storage Ring Parameters

4 Collection and Design Details  Infrared light will be collected from (ER +BM sources)  Vertical collection angle = 15 mrad  Horizontal collection angle = 39 mrad  Collection geometry optimized using SRW and Rays Tracing

5 10 microns (Mid-IR ) 100 microns (Far-IR) Initial Wavefront Profile Center of aperture (optical axis) Straight section axis 11 mrad 15 mrad 39 mrad

6 Note: SOLEIL (black) 78mrad (H) x 20mrad (V); 500mA, DIAMOND (blue) and Australian Synchrotron (green). Comparison with SOLEIL and other Synchrotrons

7  Simulation and Design of the Infrared Beamline at SESAME a) The Infrared Source Characteristics for SESAME b) Optical Design Simulation c) Beamline Design d) Experimental Station  The Progress in the IR beamline since the last SAC

8 Space and optimized distances Tunnel wall Bending Magnet TOP VIEW Side VIEW

9 Source M1 Flat M2 Toroid M3 Flat M4 Flat Cylindrical mirrors (HFM) Cylindrical mirror (VFM) M7 A Flat M7 B Flat M8 A Parabolic M8 B Parabolic Spectrometer 1 Spectrometer 2 Branch 1 Branch 2 Diamond window Tunnel wall Optical Layout Schematic layout of optical path from the source inside the tunnel wall until the instruments

10 Wavefront simulation using SRW and SpotX: 10 µm

11 M4 Flat Cylindrical mirrors (HFM) Cylindrical mirror (VFM) M7 A Flat M7 B Flat M8 A Parabolic M8 B Parabolic Spectrometer 1 Spectrometer 2 Branch 1 Branch 2 Diamond window Optical Layout after the first focus

12 Branch 1Branch 2 Profile at 8.7 m Profile at 11.7 m Beam Profile simulation (20x30)mm²

13 Extraction mirror: the most critical aspect in IR beamline

14 Initial wavefront distribution of the 10 mm wavelength on first mirror Calculated power density on the same mirror Heat load at first mirror: solution= slotted M1

15 @ 2.05 meter from source Heat load on first mirror (zoom)

16 Proposed solution: A slot of 4 mm total (1.95 mrad) Flux At slotted M1 in Photons/s./0.1% bw e+13 Ph/s/0.1%bw Flux Initial in Photons/s./0.1% bw e+13 Ph/s/0.1%bw 17 % of the 10 µm wavelength removed

17 M1 Holder Design

18 Facing Deformation Due to Local Heat Load Performed by J.P. Daguerre ( SOLEIL)

19 Modified M1 holder Design

20 M1 (Extraction Mirror) Manipulator (1) Step motor for mirror motion control, (2) Thermocouple feedthrough, (3) Motion swifts, (4) Translation mechanism, (5) Water cooled feedthrough.

21  Simulation and Design of the Infrared Beamline at SESAME a) The Infrared Source Characteristics for SESAME b) Optical Design Simulation c) Beamline Design d) Experimental Station  The Progress in the IR beamline since the last SAC

22 IR Beamline Front-end (M1 Chamber) Modified dipole chamber Gate valve between M1 and M2 Bending Magnet M1 chamber Absorber

23 M2-M3 Chamber Diamond window Gate valve M2-M3 chamber M3 M2 Tunnel tube M3 M2

24 CVD Diamond Window Two gate-valves isolating the section upstream and downstream Upstream gate valve Downstream gate valve CVD Diamond window welded on a double sided CF40 flange Small ion pump

25 Cylindrical mirrors chamber Branch 2 Branch 1 Splitting mirror Matching box Ion pump (M7-M8) B Chamber (M7-M8) A Chamber Coupling to the Spectrometer

26  Simulation and Design of the Infrared Beamline at SESAME a) The Infrared Source Characteristics for SESAME b) Optical Design Simulation c) Beamline Design d) Experimental Station  The Progress in the IR beamline since the last SAC

27 Experimental Station for the IR Beamline Future IR experimental room Experimental room Sample preparation and storage Table and chairs Computer controlled Microscope

28  Simulation and Design of the Infrared Beamline at SESAME a) The Infrared Source Characteristics for SESAME b) Optical Design Simulation c) Beamline Design d) Experimental Station  The Progress in the IR beamline since the last SAC

29 Performing FT-IR spectroscopy at SESAME…. FT-IR Microscope will be available for users between March and April Thermo Scientific Nicolet FT-IR Microscope  Call for tender for the Infrared Microscope has been already submitted in 22 February (Expected date of delivery March 2013)

30 Infrared Laboratory.. IR beamline IR Lab

31 Scientific opportunities

32 News of the beamline on the website of SESAME  A description of the infrared beamline and its characteristics has been posted on the website of SESAME, the call for proposals will be announced on the website soon, depending on the expected date of having the microscope.

33 TDR will be issued, and completed by June 2013 Technical design review  Following the Conceptual Design Report, a Technical Design Review (TDR) is in preparation and will be produced to provide comprehensive details of the beamline design and the management of the complete project around June In preparation…

34 Presentation and invited talks  Simulation and Design of an Infrared Beamline for SESAME: Applications in Microspectroscopy and Imaging. Synchrotron SOLEIL, France, 12 december (Thesis defence)  Synchrotron Infrared Microspectroscopy: Applications in Biomedical and environmental science, Faculty of Pharmacy, the university of Jordan, 15 April 2012 (Oral presentation)  The construction and Design of an Infrared Beamline at SESAME: Applications in infrared Microspectroscopy. Jordanian National Committee of SESAME JNCS, the university of Jordan, 3 May 2012 (Oral presentation)  Biomedical applications using Synchrotron Infrared Microspectroscopy, Cancer center, the university of Jordan, 15 June 2012 (Oral presentation)

35 Paper published

36 IAEA Fellowship at BESSY II IRIS Beamline  The Mid-IR and far-IR spectra ( cm-1) of hydrate Nafion membranes of various Cation forms.  Contribute at the beamline activities, mainly a Local Contact  THz Microspectroscopy with coherent synchrotron radiation, micro-cell ellipsometry and imaging, the infrared beamline IRIS of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin in Germany, Fellowship, Sep-Dec 2012

37 Synchrotron Infrared Microscopy at SESAME IR workshop -10 th SESAME users meeting 8 th November 2012 Synchrotron Infrared Microscopy at SESAME IR workshop -10 th SESAME users meeting 8 th November 2012 Electro-Mgnetic Infrared RAdiation

38 IR workshop Program

39 Round table Discussion.. 1.How IR can benefit your studies? 2.Need of training… 3.Beside a microscope, what accessories you think is needed (microtome, objectives etc..)? 4. Access to the microscope (help with writing proposals)  two pages proposal  local contact for advices  external reviewers for proposal feasibility 5. Offer of Beamtime from the CLS

40 Users recommendations… 1.Samples preparation room at SESAME equipped with: -Vibratome -Microtome 2.Training workshop using the off-line microscope: -Record infrared spectra -Data analysis

41 Plan 2013  Announce on the website of SESAME the call of proposals beginning of January 2013  Jan 21 st - Feb 21 st : Training program at the infrared beamline UVSOR (Japanese facility)  March 1 st - April 1 st : Installation, testing and commissioning of the IR Set-up  April 2 ndn - end of May: Exploitation and using the Set-up (Expert European users)  June 1 st - Dec 1 st : Submission the first draft of the TDR and welcome users at the IR lab.

42 Acknowledgments Paul Dumas (SMIS-SOLEIL) Stéphane Lefrançois (SMIS –SOLEIL) Thierry Moreno (Optics Group – SOLEIL) Jean Pierre Daguerre (SOLEIL) Hafeez Hoorani (SESAME) Amor Nadji (SOLEIL) Firas Makahleh (SESAME)

43 Thank you for your attention


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