New collaborations

MAX IV welcomes new and old collaborators who wish to participate in the development of MAX IV.

For industrial collaborations we refer to our industry relations team.

For any other collaboration, or questions, please contact research coordinator Mirja Carlsson Möller.

On-going collaborations

MAX IV is a partner in several different networks and projects. You find our current collaborations and grant involvements listed below.



ERF-AISBL – Association of European-level research infrastructure


LEAPS – League of European Accelerator-based Photon Sources

FELs of Europe


TANGO Controls


MXCuBE – Macromolecular Xtallography Customized Beamline Environment






Lightsources for Africa, the Americas, Asia and Middle East Project



Grant Involvement


Horizon 2020


Cremlin – Russian and European Measures for Large-Scale Research Infrastructures


EUCALL – The European Cluster of Advanced Laser Light Sources


iNEXT – Infrastructure for NMR, EM and X-rays for Translational Research


PIPPI – Protein-excipient Interactions and Protein-Protein Interactions in formulation


CALIPSO plus – Convenient Access to Light Sources Open to Innovation, Science and to the World


MUMMERING – MUltiscale, Multimodal and Multidimensional imaging for EngineeRING



Interreg ÖKS


ESS & MAX IV: Cross Border Science and Society




Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research




Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation



  • e-Sensing the phase in crystals and cells, collaboration with Mathematics at Lund University
  • Programmable Hardware Platform for Scientific Software, collaboration with LUNARC at Lund University


The Craaford Foundation

  • Snabba rekonstruktionsalgoritmer för tomografiska problem, collaboration with Mathematics at Lund University


The Research Council of Norway


The Swedish Research Council

   Project grant

  • Atomlagerdeposition i realtid, collaboration with Synchrotron Radiation Research at Lund University

   Röntgen Ångström Cluster

  • Non-equilibrium thermodynamics of biology studied by time resolved small angle X-ray and neutron scattering
  • Ultrasnabb kontroll av polarisation och magnetisk ordning via selektiv excitation av phononer och magnoner (Femto-THz-X)


Carls Tryggers Stiftelse för Vetenskaplig Forskning

  • Development of a Molecular Jet source – en route to tackling science’s Grand Challenges
  • A combination of atomic force microscopy and synchrotron radiation techniques for studies of novel carbon nanostructures and modern catalysts


Stiftelsen Åforsk

  • Visualizing electrocatalysis at single nanoparticles


Marcus Wallenbergs Stiftelse för Internationellt Vetenskapligt Samarbete


Innovation Fund Denmark