European Spallation Source ERIC (ESS) is a next-generation neutron source that will provide researchers with unprecedented insights into the structure and dynamics of materials. ESS's high-intensity neutron beams, combined with its advanced sample environment capabilities, will make it a state-of-the-art facility for studying the effects of HP on a wide range of materials by using diffraction and spectroscopic techniques, and exploring new possibilities in SANS and imaging techniques.
MAX IV Synchrotron is a Swedish national laboratory that provides scientists with highly intense X-rays for research purposes. It is hosted by Lund University and includes two electron storage rings operating at 1.5 GeV and 3 GeV, respectively. The facility now has a total of 16 operational beamlines, and few more under construction. High pressure powder diffraction experiments can be now performed at DanMAX beamline.