FASM and MAX IV warmly invite MAX IV User communities, students, researchers, newly interested persons and collective to the 34th MAX IV User Meeting: Collaboration in Focus.
The year 2020 and 2021 have been challenging years for synchrotron users in general. Therefore, the 34th MAX IV User Meeting – Collaboration in Focus – is meant to revitalize and rebuild the network and collaborations since the pandemic hit. The meeting will highlight the various current and potential networks and collaborations surrounding MAX IV on the national and international scale.
This network rejuvenation will be best achieved through an on-site meeting and allow MAX IV users to reconnect, discuss, and collaborate more directly and personally. This is important because MAX IV user community has been instrumental in directing the future developments and improvements of the facility. However, this does not exclude a potential hybrid model in the future.
This year, MAX IV Laboratory also continues with our annual practice aimed at motivating, empowering, and connecting young researchers who will become our future scientists. Two awards have been established to recognize the outstanding work of young researchers, students and PhDs, whose research idea has been or has great potential to be performed at MAX IV Laboratory.