Registration for 6th APXPS workshop is now open! Submit you abstract on the workshop webpage.
HIPPIE is a state-of-the-art beamline for Ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (APXPS). The combination of the exceptional performance of the 3 GeV ring with an innovative design of the experimental station results in a beamline which is outstanding not just in a pure electron spectroscopy context, but which also significantly expands the scientific issues that can be addressed. The overarching objective of the HIPPIE beamline is to address the pressure and materials gaps, that is to relax the vacuum constraints, which traditionally have limited the processes and systems possible to study, and to move from model to real – and thereby often much more complicated – materials systems
|Available for||Technique description|
|General Users||Catalysis Cell
Allows APXPS of a solid-gas interface up to 10 mbar. Used for catalysis and surface science experiments
Allows APXPS and FTIR on the same spot up to 1 mbar. Used for catalysis and surface science experiments
|General Users||Liquid/Electrochemistry Cell
Allows APXPS of a solid-liquid (dip-and-pull setup) and gas-liquid (liquid jet setup) interfaces up to 30 mbar for electrochemistry, energy, environmental, and atmospheric science experiments.
Reflections from the SESAME Scholarship Programme: Saeed Saedy
image: Researcher Saeed Saedy demonstrates his work with the HIPPIE beamline. The Swedish Institute (SI) offered a scholarship-based training programme at MAX IV in 2019 for researchers from the eight Middle Eastern countries affiliated with SESAME—Synchotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East—light source located in Jordan. During the autumn, two visiting