Lunds Universitet

Lund University - official website - LU is home of the national MAXIV synchrotron facility (online June 2016) as well as its current predecessors MAXI-III.

The Nanometer Structure Consortium (nmC) at LU is today Sweden’s largest research environment for nanoscience, engaging more than 200 PhD students and scientists. The research focuses on materials science, quantum physics, nanoelectronics, nanophotonics, nanoenergy, nanobiology, nanoneuroscience and nanosafety.

LU will participate to with:

  • Lund Nano Lab (LNL)
  • co-located National Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy (nCHREM)

Both the Laboratories are co-located with the existing MAX laboratory and the two ALFs under construction: MAX-IV and the ESS spallation source.


LU role in NFFA Europe: 

LU provides access to Lithography and Patterning; Growth and Synthesis; Characterisation

LU contributes to Joint Research on High Precision Manufacturing and to Innovation and networking activites