Internationalising MAX IV is a top priority.

Finland, Estonia and Denmark are already funding entire beamlines and are contributing to operations cost. Internationalisation is the way to exploit the full potential of the large initial Swedish investment and get a better and more complete facility. It will provide financial contributions to both future investment and operation. It is attractive to partner countries because it gives them access to a world leading facility for moderate cost and being partner will provide long-term stability for their research programs and influence on the future strategy. It will also create kickback by cooperation in education and instrument building as well as by in-kind contributions.

It is advantageous for the Swedish scientific community because it provides a more complete and better-equipped facility and more long-term stability. In addition it will attract top competence to Sweden. Internationalisation can and will be organised in a way that Swedish researchers also profit from it.

MAX IV will do whatever possible to support internationalisation, but the initiative resides with the Swedish Ministry for Education and Research, who has the authority and the means to drive the issue.

Guidelines to Access policy for investment into MAX IV

Collaborations and Grant Involvment

De storskaliga forskningsanläggningarnas stora nytta för svensk metallindustri (Bir2Gain)Non-equilibrium thermodynamics of biology studied by time resolved small angle X-ray and neutron scatteringFör ökad industriell användning av storskalig forskningsinfrastruktur - ett strategiskt utbyte mellan SP och MAX IV
Nya tvådimensionella system från tillväxt till tillämpningar TAILSPIN: Tailoring spin-interactions in graphene nanoribbons for ballistic fully spin-polarized devices

It’s our pleasure to announce that we have been invited to grant preparation for the project CALIPSOplus! Provided that the grant agreement between the EU Commission and the consortion will be signed as expected, this implies that funding for transnational access to accelerator-based light sources in Europe will be available as of autumn 2017.