Lansing, NY, July 3, 2012 -- ADC, Inc. announced today that six technical papers based upon instruments designed and/or fabricated at ADC, were accepted at the 11th International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation (SRI 2012), Lyon, France.
“ADC is celebrating 17 years of delivering some of the most complex engineering systems to world class research and scientific facilities around the world,” said Alex Deyhim, President of ADC. He adds, "In 2011, we made many changes in our company, added many new capabilities, implemented new quality control procedures, and have delivered some of the finest engineering products.”
SRI is the largest international forum for exchange and collaboration among scientists involved in development of new concepts, technologies and instruments related to synchrotron radiation research. This year, the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) and Synchrotron SOLEIL will jointly host the 11th International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation (SRI 2012). This event will take place in July 2012, at the Lyon Convention Centre, a world-class venue for international conferences in the heart of France’s second largest city.
SRI 2012 will feature a balanced program, combining scientific talks, personal exchanges and visits. The following is a summary of the publications based on instruments ADC has produced:
• Theoretical and Experimental Study of a New Single-Coil Superconducting Mini-Undulator
• Development of Custom High Precision Motion System to Manipulate a 7 Ton Press
• Design, Fabrication, and Assembly of a 3 Pole Wiggler Device
• Development of an Integrated Field Measurement System (IFMS) For NSLS II
• ADC’s Insertion Devices and Magnetic Measurement Systems Capabilities
• The New High Energy Beamline for Engineering, Material Science and Processing at the
Diamond Light Source (DLS)
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About the company: Founded in 1995, ADC, Inc. custom designs devices, integrated systems and a broad array of high-precision components and instruments for commercial, academic and government agencies, worldwide. The company’s work covers mechanical design, control instrumentation, control software, manufacturing and assembly, and installation and training.
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