We have been selected as R&D service provider for the Materials Business Center in Lund with excellent materials innovation opportunities for companies in Skåne and Blekinge. Let us help you with cutting-edge research at MAX IV or at other large-scale facilities world-wide! We can also investigate your materials, devices, and products in conventional laboratories by, […]
Call for industrial R&D projects at synchrotron radiation or neutron facilities to be carried out by PhD students, who are not experienced in such research, under supervision by large-scale research experts. Deadline 19 February 2020. Please get in touch with us to discuss opportunities for involving the right experts and writing a winning project proposal.
One of our founders, ROMO Scientific, has received TamaTA funding for SAXS test measurements of nanoparticles in industrial metallic samples. The SAXS measurements will be performed at DESY in Hamburg in collaboration with HZG.
Robert Moberg will be at the MAX IV user meeting in Lund in September. Meet with Robert to discuss opportunities for industrial R&D at the MAX IV Laboratory and other large-scale facilities.
SSAB, Lund University, and Uppsala Synchrotronix have received funding from the Swedish Innovation Agency to investigate if the conditions during steel production in hot strip mills can be mimicked in synchrotron radiation experiments using scattering and imaging techniques. Read more about the feasibility studies here and here.
Sweden’s Innovation Agency (Vinnova) has announced the second 2019 call for proposals for industrial research at large-scale photon and neutron facilities. The deadline is 20 November. Feel free to discuss opportunities with us, preferably at an early stage to get sufficient time to set up a dedicated project team and write a carefully planned proposal.
The technology magazine Ny Teknik reports on experiments by Gränges and partners at MAX IV in Lund.
HAXPES experiments by Uppsala Synchrotronix and partners have been highlighted in the SOLEIL news. HAXPES was evaluated for chemical depth profiling of industrial aluminium, titanium, and solar cell samples together with Uppsala university and SOLEIL scientists. The beam time was granted within the Calipso Plus program.
Gränges’ new Trillium aluminium product is highlighted in a recent article at metallerochgruvor.se. The synchrotron research projects about aluminium brazing together with Swedish universities and Uppsala Synchrotronix are also discussed in the same article. Photo: Gränges.
Call for industrial research projects at synchrotron radiation or neutron facilities – deadline 24 April. Please get in touch with us to discuss how we can form a strong team and create disruptive innovation.