Metal processing: machining, joining, printing and related processes studied with synchrotron light

Purpose and scope:

The high-energy, coherent X-rays generated by MAX IV, make it possible to study metals with a wide range of methods. In particular, MAX IV allows in situ studies of machining, joining, printing and related processes. Metals are of great industrial significance, especially for Sweden. This session will show examples of both fundamental and applied research of industrially relevant metal processes. The practical aspects of industrial research at synchrotrons will also be discussed.

Invited speakers
Prof. Henning Friis Poulsen, Technical University of Denmark DTU
Docent Magnus Hörnqvist Colliander, Chalmers
FCIRP Dr Rachid M’saoubi, Seco Tools AB
(confirmed to date)

 

Organizers:

, Lund University (contact)
Jesper Wallentin, Lund University
Christina Windmark, Lund University
Mike Olsson, Lund University
Magnus Larsson, MAX IV Laboratory

 

Parallel session program, Tuesday 24 (Tentative)
[Coming soon]

 

Information and links to the registration pages

Please submit your abstract for an oral presentation or poster at the user meeting. Deadline 7th July, 2019.