Office for coordination of inputs to ESS and MAX IV

During 2020, the Swedish Research Council and Vinnova will be establishing a joint office to maximise the Swedish benefit and use of the research facilities European Spallation Source, ESS, and Max IV in Lund.

The office is a joint government mandate to Vinnova and the Swedish Research Council, where the Swedish Research Council is the convening authority.

The office shall work towards:
  • Increased knowledge nationally about the facilities.
  • Broadening the Swedish use of the facilities.
  • Increased engagement among new interest and user groups within different sectors.
  • Making initiatives visible.
  • Coordinating ongoing and planned activities.

The office is being established – this page will be updated gradually.

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