MAX IV new users: introduction and updates – Alexandr Talyzin
February 21, 2023 @ 12:00 – 13:00 CET
In the frame of the “SciLifeLab Site Umeå / KBC Infrastructure Seminar Series”, the seminars will be organised every second Tuesday during spring 2023. The seminars will be held in a hybrid format IRL in Glasburen, KBC, and online via Zoom. Take the chance to get information on facilities, possibilities and services that infrastructure, both SciLifeLab-associated and local, can offer! Learn more about the seminar series and Schedule for Spring 2023 here.
On February 21st, 12:00-13:00, SciLifeLab Site Umeå / KBC Infrastructure Seminar Series presents:
MAX IV for new users: introduction and updates
by Alexandr Talyzin, Associate professor at the Department of Physics, Umeå University
The main purpose of my presentation is to encourage more users (physics, chemistry and bioscience) to submit proposals to the MAX IV synchrotron facility. I will provide short summary of available beamlines and access schemes and give some advice related to the preparation of proposals. Some recent research highlights will be used to illustrate the possibilities of MAX IV in all branches of science. The presentation is addressed first of all to new users, but it could be of interest to everybody interested in exploring research possibilities at MAX IV. The next call has a deadline on the 7th of March 2023, and it is now the right time to prepare proposals. Currently, 16 beamlines are opened for standard proposals. Some beamlines are still under construction, and some beamlines are expanding the range of their experimental possibilities with every call. Therefore, it is important to follow updates and learn about current opportunities.
Join for 30 min presentation, followed by 15 min questions.
Registration: Sign up (latest by Monday, 20 February, 10 a.m.) for on-site attendance to reserve your free lunch sandwich:
or follow online via Zoom: https://umu.zoom.us/j/63138997026 (registration is not required).
Organisers: SciLifeLab Site Umeå and Chemical Biological Centre (KBC)