The E2 hall is a dual-use room in which experiments could be placed on the low-energy gamma beam line while part of the space is reserved for high energy accelerating structures. On the low-energy beam line, there are designated locations for experimental setups and diagnostics stations. Two experiments foreseen for E2 hall are: the ELIADE array for Nuclear Resonance Fluorescence studies and the Industrial Applications station for CT scanning and isotope identification.
The Electronics laboratory offers several services associated to this specific field of activities such as the maintenance of equipment, repairs, technical support for preparing and performing experiments. The laboratory is equipped with machines that can be used for the measurements of electrical parameters in Physics and applied Electronics at ELI-NP. Therefore the design and development of prototypes (in small quantities), electronics’ modules, adaptors or simple automation devices can be done properly. These activities serve for the research, in general, as well as for supporting the experiments or the utilities present at ELI-NP. The measurements made in this laboratory can be of help when it comes to investigating potential malfunctions on devices that are to be used in experimental set-ups as well as the checkup of homemade system/device.
For the abovementioned activities, we can find the following corresponding devices in the laboratory: