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
Big Science Sweden and Big Science DK invite members to sign up for a three-day training course in Ultra High Vacuum (UHV) for Particle Accelerators and Synchrotron Light Facilities. The three-day training course in Ultra High Vacuum is aimed at companies that deliver parts, systems, and technical solutions for UHV-related areas of accelerators and light sources.
Save the date! The 7th Diffraction Limited Storage Ring (DLSR) Workshop will be hosted by the MAX IV Laboratory in Lund, Sweden on June 1-3, 2020. Following the path of the previous year’s meetings, both the technical challenges and the new research enabled the new multibend achromat storage rings will be addressed at this two and
This is the 8th conference in the IBIC series, the follow-on to the very successful regional BIW and DIPAC workshop series. IBIC brings together the world community of experts in instrumentation for particle accelerators, to explore the physics and engineering challenges of beam diagnostics and measurement techniques for charged particle beams. The conference program includes
The EU-funded Horizon 2020 structural biology project iNEXT provides free user access to some of the most advanced facilities for structural biology in Europe: X-ray synchrotron sources, high-field NMR facilities, Electron Microscopy, and other imaging and biophysical characterization facilities. The 4th Annual Users Meeting of iNEXT will take place in Lund (Sweden) and is
CINEMAX V is where you get the chance to get teaching and hands-on experience with the complete workflow of high-resolution tomography analysis. Over 5 days, you will get introduced to data acquisition, 3D reconstruction, segmentation and meshing and, finally, 3D modelling of data to extract physical parameters describing mechanical and flow properties. The teaching and
Join this LINXS Event! X-ray and neutron imaging provide opportunities to ‘see’ into generally opaque soil systems and have great potential to address important research questions in soil and, more generally, environmental sciences. Read more and register here.
The Ultrafast X-ray Summer School UXSS2019 will take place at the Center for Free Electron Laser Science (CFEL) in Hamburg, Germany, June 17-21, 2019. UXSS is an annual event jointly organized by the Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL) in Hamburg and the Stanford PULSE Institute. UXSS is intended to introduce students and postdocs to
The way to first Science at European XFEL What – The 3.5 km long hard X-ray Free Electron Laser European XFEL providing an extremely intense X-ray beam was taken into user operation in September 2017 after about 10 years of construction. Today all six instruments are in user operation after an intense and ultra-short period
Call for abstracts, registration, PhD thesis award The next MAX IV user meeting will take place 23-25 September 2019 in Lund. We now welcome abstracts for user contributions. We would very much like to see oral presentations of your first results from MAX IV in the plenary session. You can also ask to be considered for an
Large spiders at small Angles Why is silk so fascinating? How do spiders spin their webs? How are we trying to understand it? Why are we yet to copy it? Ann Terry, Group Managers for Diffraction and Scattering gives a talk. Conference room MAX III, coffee will be served at 15:00
This advanced school on X-rays and Neutrons techniques for the study of functional materials for energy is jointly organized by Swedish and French universities and research organisms. Materials for the production, processing, storage or transportation of energy are essential components for current societal challenges. Knowledge of structural organization and dynamics at the atomic scale is,
At low temperatures it’s magnetic. At room temperature it allows ion diffusion, making it promising for energy storage applications. How can one material have such disparate properties, and are the two related?