Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) and the National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology (QST), established in April 2016, have two contract beamlines each at SPring-8, and are developing advanced technologies for synchrotron use. JAEA and QST are entrusted with the MEXT Nanotechnology Platform Program, and participate in the Advanced Characterization Nanotechnology Platform Project. JAEA and QST jointly promote the use of apparatuses for structure and electronic states analyses by researchers of universities, companies, and public research organizations. Comprehensive analyses of crystal structures, their local structures, electronic states, and chemical reactions by using scattering, diffraction and absorption of synchrotron radiation are supported.
Acceptance of Application Forms for 2018A Research Proposals has been closed. We will accept Application Forms for 2018B Research Proposals in May, 2018. Urgent research proposals are welcome at any time. Consultations are also available at any time, free of charge.
Submission of letter of agreement regarding research conduct
JAEA and QST need the letter of agreement of all users in The JAEA and QST Advanced Characterization Nanotechnology Platforms.
Letter of agreement of JAEA (in Japanese)
Letter of agreement of QST (in Japanese)
Measures for the prevention of research misconduct in JAEA and QST are as follows (in Japanese). Project leaders are requested to ensure that all project members understand the rules and regulations found at the website below, collect the completed forms, and submit them to JAEA or QST after adoption of the proposal with Application Forms for Adopted Project.
Measures for the prevention of research misconduct in JAEA (in Japanese)
Measures for the prevention of research misconduct in QST (in Japanese)
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