Development of a new rheometer system at MAX IV
A new rheometer system is being developed into a state-of-the-art Rheo-SAXS sample environment at the MAX IV Laboratory in Lund, Sweden. MAX IV Laboratory is a Swedish national laboratory providing scientists from academia and industry with the brightest X-rays available in the world. Thus, the aim is to have a sample environment focused on Swedish academic and industrial strengths as well as have an international appeal through unique testing possibilities.
Chalmers University of Technology
- Roland Kádár, Team Leader, Associate Professor, Department of Industrial and Materials Science
- Marianne Liebi, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics
- Aleksandar Matic, Professor, Department of Physics
Lund University, MAX IV
- Kim Nygård, Beamline Scientist & Project Manager, MAX Laboratory
- Anne Terry, Beamline Scientist & Group Manager, MAX IV Laboratory
Develop and test several unique rheo-SAXS testing possibilities. At the end of the developmental period, the goal is to have the rheometer sample environment available for external users at ForMAX and CoSAXS beamlines.