Dr. Marjolein Thunnissen.
Senior lecturer, Division director at MAX IV Laboratory.
MAX IV Laboratory is a Swedish national laboratory for synchrotron radiation research hosted by Lund University. MAX IV Laboratory is a Swedish national synchrotron laboratory that has operated as a user facility since 2016. It is the successor to MAX-lab, which was in operation between 1987 and 2015. MAX IV offers access to 16 beamlines that provide modern X-ray spectroscopy, scattering/diffraction, and imaging techniques to contribute to solving scientific questions in a wide range of areas. MAX IV employs more than 300 people. MAX IV welcomes around 1000 users every year, a number which is expected to double in the coming years. The beamlines are open to academia, research institutes, industry, and government agencies worldwide through the user access programmes. The X-ray light at MAX IV is produced by an accelerator complex comprising a linear accelerator as well as 1.5 GeV and a 3 GeV storage ring for electrons. MAX IV is the first worldwide realisation of a fourth-generation light source, which has opened opportunities to develop experimental techniques based on outstanding brightness and coherence.
Join us in learning more about Dr. Thunnissen's work in this episode of the "EUGLOHRIA Talks" and explore our virtual tour of the MAX IV Laboratory on the "EUGLOHRIA Virtual Tours"