In a Synchrotron Light Source, the Beamlines are the experimental stations where the materials are analyzed. They are like complex microscopes that focalize the synchrotron radiation so that it illuminates the samples being studied and allows the observation of their microscopic properties. The 13 beamlines below will allow experiments and research without precedents in Brazil, in virtually every area of knowledge.

X-Ray Nanoscopy
2 to 14 keV
Phase 1-A

Carnauba (Coherent X-rAy NAnoprobe BeAmline) is a beamline for multiple advanced techniques using X-ray absorption, scattering and emission, and combining coherent light with nano-focusing. It is the longest of Sirius beamlines, with 145 meters distance between the light source and the sample environment. This length is required to produce a high optical demagnification and attain a focus size of about 30 nm.


Coordination: Douglas Galante
Telephone: +55 19 3517 5081
E-mail: douglas.galante@lnls.br

Coherent and Time-resolved X-ray Scattering
3 to 12 keV
Phase 1-A

Cateretê (Coherent And TimE REsolved scatTEring) is a beamline optimized to perform Coherent X-ray Diffraction Imaging (CXDI) and X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy (XPCS). Among its applications are the investigation of the dynamics of biological phenomena and nanoscale structures in the areas of petroleum, catalysts and polymers, as well as in solving problems of the food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.


Coordination: Florian Edouard Pierre Meneau
Telephone: +55 19 3512 1132
E-mail: florian.meneau@lnls.br

X-ray Spectroscopy e Diffraction in Extreme Conditions
2.7 to 30 keV
Phase 1-A

The EMA  (Extreme condition x-ray Methods of Analysis) beamline is thought to make a difference where a high brilliance (high flux of up to $1 \times 10^{14}$ photons/sec with beamsize down to 0.1×0.1 $\mu \rm m^{2}$) is essential, which is the case for extreme pressures that require small focus and time-resolved that require high photon flux.


Coordination: Ricardo Donizeth dos Reis

Infrared Micro and Nanospectroscopy
0.7 to 20 $\mu \rm m$
Phase 1-B

Imbuia (Infrared Micro and Nanospectroscopy Beamline) is a beamline dedicated to experiments in micro and nano-infrared spectroscopy in the medium IR range. These experiments allow for compositional analysis of virtually any material and are essential for the research in new materials, with emphasis on biological and synthetic organic materials.


Coordination: Raul de Oliveira Freitas
Telephone: +55 19 3517 5060
E-mail: raul.freitas@lnls.br

Inelastic X-ray Scattering
Phase 1-B

Inga is a beamline that would originally explore the characterization of materials by Inelastic X-ray Scattering (IXS), where there is a change of energy of the photons scattered in interactions with matter. Part of the original scientific program of the Ingá beamline was transferred to the EMA beamline. The design of this beamline is being re-evaluated.



Coordination: Harry Westfahl Jr.
Telephone: +55 19 3512 1271
E-mail: westfahl@lnls.br

High Resolution UV and Soft X-ray Spectroscopy
100 to 1400 eV
Phase 1-B

Ipê (Inelastic and Photo-Electron spectroscopy) is a beamline that will have two experimental stations that will allow complementary spectroscopy techniques, Ambient Pressure X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (AP-XPS) and Resonant Inelastic X-Ray Scattering (RIXS).


Coordination: Tulio Costa Rizuti da Rocha
Telephone: +55 19 3512 1292
E-mail: tulio.rocha@lnls.br

High Energy X-rays Tomography and Diffraction
Phase 1-B

Jatoba is a beamline that will cover the range of High Energy X-rays, which enable a large penetration of X-rays in all materials, reaching centimeters in materials such as of steel and millimeters in materials containing lead. Two main experimental stations will be available to conduct structural research experiments of materials such as metals, rocks, ceramics and concrete.


Coordination: Helio Cesar Nogueira Tolentino
Telephone: +55 19 3512 1298
E-mail: helio.tolentino@lnls.br

Macromolecular Micro and Nanocrystallography
5 to 24 keV
Phase 1-A

Manacá (MAcromolecular micro and NAnoCrystAllography ) will be the first macromolecular crystallography beamline of Sirius and will be optimized for micrometric and sub-micrometric focus. The project includes two experimental stations, also including beams with dimensions of 20×5, 10×5 and 5×5 micron, dedicated to the study of three-dimensional structures of macromolecules, particularly complex arrangements such as viruses, membrane proteins and protein complexes and ligands.


Coordination: Ana Carolina de Mattos Zeri
Telephone: +55 19 3518 2948
E-mail: ana.zeri@lnls.br

X-ray Micro- and Nanotomography
Phase 1-A

The Mogno beamline will be dedicated to obtaining three-dimensional images of different materials, quickly, non-invasively, quantitatively and with high resolution.


Coordination: Nathaly Lopes Archilha
Telephone: +55 19 3512 1281
E-mail: nathaly.archilha@lnls.br

Powder Diffraction
Phase 1-B

Paineira is a beamline optimized for powder diffraction, single crystal diffraction and spectroscopy techniques and aimed at the structural characterization of polycrystalline materials. The powder diffraction technique is complementary to the micro and nanodiffraction technique of the Carnaúba beamline.


Coordination: Cristiane Barbieri Rodella
Telephone: +55 19 3512 1040
E-mail: cristiane.rodella@lnls.br

X-ray Spectroscopy with Temporal Resolution
3.5 to 35 keV
Phase 1-B

Quati (QUick X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy for TIme-Resolved experiments) is a beamline dedicated to high quality X-ray absorption spectroscopy experiments, in XANES (X-Ray Absorption Near Edge Structure) and EXAFS (Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure) modes, allowing measurements in the time scale of milliseconds.


Coordination: Santiago Jose Alejandro Figueroa
Telephone: +55 19 3517 5063
E-mail: santiago.figueroa@lnls.br

Soft X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy and Imaging
Phase 1-B

Sabia (Soft X-Ray ABsorption Spectroscopy and ImAging) is a beamline for soft X-rays using undulators with polarization control and a Planar Grating Monochromator. The main analysis possible in this beamline will be X-rays Photoemission and Absorption Spectroscopy. In particular, Angle Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy (ARPES) which is one of the most powerful experimental techniques to research the electronic structure of materials.


Coordination: Julio Criginski Cezar
Telephone: +55 19 3512 1292
E-mail: julio.cezar@lnls.br

Small Angle X-ray Scattering
4 to 24 keV
Phase 1-B

The main technique of this beamline, the Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) in solution, is a complementary technique to the Protein Crystallography of the Manacá beamline and allows understanding basic biological mechanisms by determining complex structures of proteins, without crystallization of macromolecules.