MAX IV will be the venue of the Nordic AFM User Meeting. The meeting will include: Talks from invited speakers Live workshop with the Bruker Dimension Icon high resolution AFM Updates on the latest AFM developments from Bruker A tour of the new synchrotron ring at MAX IV Read more about the meeting and
Powder characterisation is an essential step for all aspects of powder technology. However, no single characterisation technique alone can be used to reliably characterise a powder. There is a need to use several complimentary methods in order to get a better understanding of particle properties necessary for a successful processing. In this 3-day course at
We are proud sponsors of The Bridge Summit – an annual two-day summit, this year focusing on Good Health & Well-being and Sustainable Cities & Communities! The Bridge Summit 2017 offers a rare occasion for inspiration and knowledge transfer between science and business. What you will get: Inspiration, knowledge, valuable contacts and business opportunities.
3rd International Conference on Tomography of Materials and Structures Lund, Sweden, 26th – 30th June 2017 ICTMS 2017 is the 3rd biannual conference of IntACT (International Association of Computed Tomography) and is focussed on the use of 3D tomographic methods for (non-clinical) studies of the internal structures of materials and their evolution. ICTMS 2017 will bring together an international group of scientists, from universities,
CERN Accelerator School in collaboration with MAX IV Laboratory are organising a course on Vacuum for Particle Accelerators at Hotell Örenas Slott, Lund, Sweden on the 6 – 16 June, 2017. Programme Read more and register here.
The workshop takes place at Sankt Jörgen Park, Göteborg and is co-organized by MAX IV and Chalmers. DiffMAX is a beamline project aiming at meeting the needs of material research using the MAX IV source in the hard x-ray range (3-45 keV). In its current conceptual description, DiffMAX offers two experimental stations, one providing excellent capabilities for
This workshop is co-organized by MAX IV, Lund and Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala. DiffMAX is a beamline project aiming at meeting the needs of material research using the MAX IV source in the hard x-ray range (3-45 keV). In its current conceptual description, DiffMAX offers two experimental stations, one providing excellent capabilities for powder diffraction (PXRD), and one
Location: Lund, Sweden Organising committee: Prof Stacey Sörensen, Jörgen Larsson Dept. of Physics, University of Lund, Box 118, 22100 Lund, Sweden, Noelle Walsh, Antti Kivimäki, Rainer Pärna, Gunnar Öhrwall, Maxim Tchaplyguine, Katarina Norén, MAX IV Laboratory, Lund. Scientific advisory committee (SAC): Prof. Raimund Feifel, Gothenburg University, Prof. Marko Huttula, University of Oulu, Finland, Prof. Marc Simon, Université
Welcome to the 29th MAX IV Laboratory User Meeting (UM17) March 13 to 15 2017. UM17 will take place in the centre of Lund with general sessions at Stadshallen on Monday 13 March and Wednesday 15 March. Parallel scientific sessions will take place at Grand Hotel on the Tuesday. On the first day we will discuss the
Join this one day workshop and learn about how industry can create value by getting access to advanced research tools at large research facilities! The day will contain presentations from companies that are taking advantage of the analytical techniques available at synchrotrons and neutron facilities, both directly and indirectly. They will share their stories on
You have the opportunity to learn about and influence the scientific possibilities at MAX IV Laboratory, the Swedish National Synchrotron Facility, during a workshop in Uppsala, 8–10 March 2017. Biological processes, cells and histology Biomaterials; colloids and foams, cellulose, lignin, polymers, textiles Cultural heritage; art and archaeology Developmental biology & Palaeontology Food & packaging
You now have the opportunity to learn about and influence the establishing of a new infrared beamline at MAX IV Laboratory, the Swedish National Synchrotron Facility, during a workshop in Uppsala, 8–9 March 2017. Some of the things we would like to offer at the new beamline are: • Scanning-probe two-dimensional chemical imaging, down to