Beamline Instrumentation Support Software

Tutorial T11 "Hands on BLISS"

speakers: M. Guijarro, P. Guillou, V. Valls, W. De Nolf

The renewal of the experiments control system has been initiated as part of the ESRF Extremely Brilliant Source (EBS) update program

4th generation light source

150 M€ investment (2015-2022)

100x better

X-ray beams

New

state-of-the-art

beamlines

Data as a Service strategy

Tutorial T11 "Hands on BLISS"

speakers: M. Guijarro, P. Guillou, V. Valls, W. De Nolf

State-of-the-art beamline control

Continuous scans, Trajectories, Data management

Integrated environment

Command Line Interface, Configuration, live data display

Ready for new challenges

Extensibility, user sequences, advanced algorithms

Tutorial T11 "Hands on BLISS"

speakers: M. Guijarro, P. Guillou, V. Valls, W. De Nolf

BLISS project goals

Beacon : web application to configure a whole beamline

Flint : data visualisation

based on the ESRF silx toolkit

Modular architecture, Abstraction layers and adapters

Data publishing and archiving enables online data analysis

BLISS integrated environment covers a wide range of

beamline control needs

BLISS shell integrates with Daiquiri UI the ESRF web-based framework for user interfaces

Daiquiri UI

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BLISS stands for BeamLine Instrumentation Support Software,

it is a new synchrotron experiments control system written in Python

BLISS controls today 24 end-stations (out of 48), full deployment is aimed in 2023

Tutorial T11 "Hands on BLISS"

speakers: M. Guijarro, P. Guillou, V. Valls, W. De Nolf

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Tutorial T11 "Hands on BLISS"

speakers: M. Guijarro, P. Guillou, V. Valls, W. De Nolf

BLISS Tutorial at UM2022

By Matias Guijarro

BLISS Tutorial at UM2022

Introduction of the BLISS tutorial at ESRF User Meeting 2022

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