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Synchrotron Characterization Methods in Fibre and Polymer Technology – Theory

Theoretical descriptions on: X-ray interaction with matter Basics of synchrotron radiation and x-ray sources Refraction and reflection from interfaces Diffraction: X-ray diffraction, grazing incidence wide-angle X-ray scattering Scattering: X-ray reflectivity, small-angle X-ray scattering, grazing incidence small-angle X-ray scattering Coherence: Coherent diffraction imaging, X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy Applied examples of in situ and in operando measurements […]

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Treesearch Meet Infrastructure – Luleå University of Technology

About The program Map Practical details Contact Treesearch Meet Infrastructure – Luleå University of Technology Study visit 12 September 2023 Campus Luleå Welcome to Treesearch Meet at Luleå University of Technology with focus on infrastructure! This time, researchers from LTU will give you an insight into their research targeting novel applications of forest residues, and

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Electron Microscopy Analysis of Fibre and Polymer-based Materials

It is possible to participate in the online seminars in this course, free of charge. Register by sending an email to anaria@kth.se . The course registration for regular participation, with course credits, in both the theoretical and hands-on part, is now full. PhD students who want to participate in the course and obtain course credits are

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Treesearch Meet Infrastructure – Laboratory of Organic Electronics at LiU

About The program Register Practical details Contact Treesearch Meet Infrastructure – Laboratory of Organic Electronics Study visit, 22 November 2022, Campus Norrköping Treesearch Meet is back with a study visit to the Laboratory of Organic Electronics (LOE) at Linköping University, focusing on infrastructure. At this study visit, researchers at LOE give an inside into their

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ForMAX webinar series

ForMAX Webinar Series Welcome to a webinar series on the ForMAX beamline! Take the opportunity to learn more about  ForMAX, MAX IV Laboratory and how to use the facilities for the research on materials from the forest. ForMAX  is funded by the industrial partners of Treesearch and the Knut and Alice Wallenberg foundation and is

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Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) for Polymer- and Forest-based materials

This course is designed to provide the background, fundamental concepts, and practical knowledge of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) in its relation to polymer- and forest-based materials. Doctoral students of this course will learn from experts in the field, get hands-on experience preparing samples, operating various AFM imaging modes and analysing AFM data. Following this course

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Electron Microscopy Analysis of Fibre and Polymer-based Materials

It is possible to take part of the online seminars in this course, free of charge. Register by sending an email to anaria@kth.se . The course registration for regular participation, with course credits, in both the theoretical and hands-on part, is now full. PhD students who want to participate in the course and obtain course credits

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Electron Microscopy Analysis of Fibre and Polymer-based Materials

It is possible to take part of the online seminars in this course, free of charge. Register by sending an email to anaria@kth.se . The course registration for regular participation, with course credits, in both the theoretical and hands-on part, is now full. PhD students who want to participate in the course and obtain course credits

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LTU infrastructure to be upgraded as part of EU-project BIOMAC

Nano-structured bio-based materials (NBMs) offer solutions to many of the challenges that society faces today. However, only a small number of such materials are currently commercially available. BIOMAC (European Sustainable BIO-based nanoMAterials Community) is a Horizon2020 project that works to facilitate a collaborative ecosystem for the development, testing and upscaling of NBMs and bio-based products

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