The course is arranged by SLU in collaboration with the Balder beamline at MAX IV. It is open for Ph.D. students and scientists who would like to learn more about the EXAFS method. After the course, you will be able to plan an experiment, write an application for beamtime using EXAFS, and have the knowledge
Iron leaking from forest soil is thought to be a factor in the increasing brown coloration of nearby waters called browning. It has consequences ranging from their use as drinking water to the sight of water living organisms in a darker surrounding. A recent experiment at beamline Balder aims to contribute clues to a better
The spring call for proposals for eight beamlines at MAX IV closed 19 March with a total of 228 proposals from 28 countries. The number of applications is on par with proposals received when the former MAX-lab peaked, which shows that the demand from users is high as well as is their confidence in getting excellent tools
A booklet has seen the light! It highlights the first phase beamlines funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg (KAW) foundation which are now is gradually going into operation. The booklet is an attempt to visualise the quite challenging journey from the first ideas discussed more than a decade ago to beamlines that are now
The Foundation for Strategic Research, SSF, awarded over SEK 236 million to 33 different projects to promote the development of instruments, methods and technologies that provide the prerequisites for future, advanced research and innovation. One of the researchers who was granted funding is Kajsa Sigfridsson Clauss who is a scientist at the Balder beamline at
Finally, the arrival of the 8 meter long lead covered beam transfer pipe will join the optics hutch with the end-station hutch. Locking forward to beam on sample first quarter of 2018.