Author: Petitdemange, S.
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MOCPL03 Beamline Experiments at ESRF with BLISS 70
  • M. Guijarro, G. Berruyer, A. Beteva, L. Claustre, T.M. Coutinho, M.C. Dominguez, P. Guillou, C. Guilloud, A. Homs, J.M. Meyer, V. Michel, P. Pancino, E. Papillon, M. Perez, S. Petitdemange, L. Pithan, F. Sever, V. Valls
    ESRF, Grenoble, France
  BLISS is the new ESRF beamline experiments sequencer. BLISS is a Python library, and a set of tools to empower scientists with the ability to write and to execute complex data acquisition sequences. Complementary with Tango, the ESRF control system, and silx, the ESRF data visualization toolkit, BLISS ensure a smooth user experience from beamline configuration to online visualization. After a 4-year development period, the initial deployment phase is taking place today on half of ESRF beamlines, concomitantly with the ESRF Extremely Brilliant Source upgrade program. This talk will present the BLISS project in large, focusing on feature highlights and technical information as well as more general software development considerations.  
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About • paper received ※ 30 September 2019       paper accepted ※ 02 November 2019       issue date ※ 30 August 2020  
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