We have decided to scale down the operations in Uppsala Synchrotronix AB. The ongoing projects will be finalized and closed. New projects will not be initiated.
Uppsala Synchrotronix has been operated as a joint venture between Romo Scientific AB and Edwards Science & Technology AB since 2018. Romo Scientific is a sales service company specializing in scientific instrumentation. Edwards Science & Technology provides analyses and forensic lab services for the pharma industry and manufacturers in general.
For future inquiries about scientific equipment for synchrotron-radiation research, please contact Robert Moberg at Romo Scientific.
For future inquiries about industrial R&D projects and materials analyses at large facilities, please contact Mårten Edwards at Edwards Science & Technology.
We welcome Dr Nitesh Raj Jaladurgam to the USync team. On a temporary assignment, Dr Jaladurgam will analyse WAXS data from Petra-3 in the joint Vinnova project PRECIPROCO. Dr. Linda Bäcke from SSAB is the project manager and Prof. Stephen Hall from Lund university is the Principal investigator.
Vinnova has opened another call for industrial research projects at synchrotron radiation or neutron facilities – deadline 21 September. Please get in touch with us to discuss how we can form a strong team and create disruptive innovation.
We are happy to welcome John Åhlund and Joakim Andersson to the team. John and Joakim will add valuable expertise and strengthen our capabilities in, for instance, photoelectron spectroscopy, sample preparation, and the design of sample environments.
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.