Unlocking the benefits of MAX IV through industrial-academic partnerships

Scope

How do we use MAX IV as an accelerator for Industrial-Academic partnerships? It is clear that academia plays a key role in unlocking the potential of industrial use of MAX IV. In this session, we present a new platform for strengthening the industry-related research connected to MAX IV and aim to discuss the role that institutes, financing agencies and our European collaborators, among others, have in this context.

Invited speakers

Daniel Söderberg, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Treesearch

Johan Engblom, Malmö University, Biofilms Research Center for Biointerfaces

Stephen Hall, Lund University, Institute of Advanced X-ray and Neutron Science

Tomas Lundqvist, RISE


Parallel session program, Tuesday 25 Preliminary schedule

Chair: Fredrik Melander, Science Village Scandinavia

09:00 Opening Statement Magnus Larsson
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09:15 09:30 Engaging a whole industry – key learnings from Treesearch Daniel Söderberg
09:30 09:50 Industry supported research driving skin science Johan Engblom
09:50 10:10 LINXS role for un-locking the techniques at MAX IV Stephen Hall
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10:10 10:40 COFFEE BREAK
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10:40 11:10 RISE investing in MAX IV and ESS Tomas Lundqvist
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11:10 12:00 DISCUSSION, User-driven mapping of opportunities for collaborations to better link industry to MAX IV Mod. Melander
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Session organizers

Selma Maric
Magnus Larsson

Contact  info
Selma Maric

 

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