The Division of Synchrotron Radiation Physics has about 50 employees and covers a wide range of research topics that are interlinked with each other as well as to research groups in Lund, Sweden, and internationally.
We perform experimental studies of physical, chemical, structural, and dynamical properties of materials, especially at surfaces and interfaces or free molecules and clusters. We develop accelerators, instrumentation, and methods for generation and use of synchrotron radiation.
We are strongly engaged in several large environments in Lund including MAX IV Laboratory, NanoLund, and Lund Laser Center. At the division we host one of Sweden's largest facilities for scanning probe microscopy, equipment for X-ray diffraction and electron spectroscopy.
We teach a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses and offer many exciting bachelor, master, and PhD projects.
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Admire - Research School
Linnaeus Centre Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering - Research School
SSF programme FUNCAT
SSF Program Aluminium oxides for processing and products ALUX
Nordforsk Program - An interdisciplinary approach to atomistic design of new catalysts
Prior centres and networks
Marie Curie Initial Training Network SMALL
European Network of Excellence SANDiE
Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher Training Network MONET
Specific Targeted Research Project NanO2
Center for Advanced Molecular Materials