The Shanghai Synchrotron Radiation Facility (SSRF) is designed to be an advanced third generation light source and is now under construction. The SSRF comprises four major parts: a 3.5GeV electron storage ring, a full energy booster, a 150MeV linac, and an array of beamlines ranging from infrared light to hard x‐rays. The construction of SSRF started at the end of year 2004, and its accelerator complex has been evolved smoothly towards a cost‐effective machine. Construction and commissioning should be completed by the middle of 2009. At that time first seven beamlines, five ID beamlines and two bending magnet beamlines, are anticipated for user operation.

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