Research areas and techniques
The beamlines and tools at MAX IV are continuously developed together with industry to suit the evolving research needs of each research area.
When you contact us, you are not necessarily expected to know what technique or method you need for your experiment. Whether you are very experienced in synchrotron science or new to this kind of research facility, we will help you find the best way to conduct your experiment – and find solutions to your challenges.
See how synchrotron science and the tools available at MAX IV can be used to study and solve research questions and challenges within your industry sector:
Can’t find your research area? Please contact us to discuss how we can help you in your research.
We offer a vast range of techniques primarily within spectroscopy, imaging, and scattering, such as X-ray tomography, X-ray fluorescence, X-ray crystallography, fragment screening, and powder diffraction. Several techniques are often combined.
Not sure where to start? Or want to discuss techniques for your experiment? The Industrial Relations Office is here for you. Contact us to see how we can help you.