Robert Moberg from Uppsala Synchrotronix will participate in the panel discussion of World Class Materials Innovation on 1 July 10.00 – 11..00 am. The topic of the event is “how to create capacity to support businesses to leverage from the investments in infrastructure”. The event is arranged by Materials Business Center and Packbridge. #iställetföralmedalen: World Class Materials Innovation
Call for industrial research projects at synchrotron radiation or neutron facilities – deadline 10 September. Please get in touch with us to discuss how we can form a strong team and create disruptive innovation.
SSAB, Lund University (Prof. Stephen Hall), Swerim, and Uppsala Synchrotronix have received funding from the Swedish Innovation Agency for combined SAXS and WAXS studies of the precipitation kinetics during hot-rolling of microalloyed steels, aiming at real-time in-situ experiments. The experiments will be carried out at Petra-3. Linda Bäcke from SSAB is the project manager. Read more here.
Lund University (the group of Prof. Stephen Hall), Gränges Sweden, and Uppsala Synchrotronix have received funding from the Swedish Innovation Agency to facilitate a wide-spread industrial usage of combined tomography and 3DXRD investigations by developing convenient means for co-visualization and interpretation of the resulting huge 3D data sets. The developed data analysis methods will be applied on existing tomography/3DXRD data of brazing phenomena in rolled aluminium. Read more here.
Together with researchers at Uppsala university and other groups, we participate in an interlaboratory Round Robin investigation of how to characterize industrial-scale manufactured graphene by SEM, TGA, Raman, and laser diffraction. The Round Robin is sponsored by SIO Grafen, a Swedish innovation program for industrial graphene development.
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, for instance, SEM/EDX and XPS. Contact us or the Materials Business Center staff for details.
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.