25-26 September 2024
MAX IV Laboratory
Europe/Stockholm timezone
Venue: MAX IV Laboratory, Fotongatan 2, 224 84 Lund Sweden

Workshop on advanced X-ray techniques for studying biobased materials for circular economy

We welcome researchers from industry and academia to learn more about how to use the analytical tools available at synchrotrons to study biobased materials for circular economy.

Not yet synchrotron user? This is the perfect chance to learn more about the techniques and the journey how to become a user of large-scale research infrastructures such as MAX IV.

With speakers both from academia and industry, the workshop provides you valuable insights from various perspectives:

  • Roland Kádár, Professor, Chalmers
  • Daniel Söderberg, Professor, KTH
  • Stephen Hall, Professor, Lund University
  • Christel Andersson, Technology Speciallist, Tetra Pak
  • Eskil Andreasson, Technology Speciallist, Tetra Pak
  • Mira Viljanen, ForMAX Scientist, MAX IV
  • Santiago Fernandez Bordín, ReMade PostDoc, MAX IV

Take this unique chance to make connections between industrial and academic users and present your research to a broad audience.

Register latest by 9th September 2024.

Use your chance to contribute to the programme and submit your abstract latest by 26th August 2024.

Read more on how to submit your abstract here.

This workshop is financed by the ReMade@ARI project. Read more about the project and its currently open calls here.

In collaboration with the Treesearch initiative, the workshop is hosted at the ForMAX beamline at MAX IV, Lund, Sweden.


MAX IV Laboratory
Fotongatan 2 224 84 Lund Sweden
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