Modern science requires to make the most of a range of expertise and is multi-disciplinary in nature. We are lucky to have collaborated in the past and to continue collaborating with other research groups listed below.
If you are interested to work with us and have ideas to share and explore, do not hesitate to get in touch, and see the Join Us section for examples of research that we would love to explore in the future.
Pair distribution function (PDF)
Small angle X-ray scaterring (SAXS)
We often use/used the opportunities offered by ‘SAXS’ in collaboration with the group of Prof Jacob K. K. Kirkensgaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS)
We often use/used the opportunities offered by ‘XAS’ in collaboration with the group of Prof Mehtap Oezaslan, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany.
Electron microscopy (EM)
We often use/used the opportunities offered by various miroscopy techniques in collaboration with the group of Prof Søren B. Simonsen and Prof Luise Theil Kuhn, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark. We know collaborate with Assistant Professor Espen Drath Bøjesen managing several EM facilities in Aarhus.
We have been lucky to get granted access to synchrotron facilities and/or to participate in beamtimes at synchrotron facilities:
> Diamond Light Source (DLS), UK, XPDF i15-1 beamline.
> Advanced Photon Source (APS), USA, 11-ID-B beamline (GUP-73929, GUP-65450). See here.
> Diamond Light Source (DLS), UK, Quick EXAFS beamline B18 (SP12746). See here.
> Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI), CH, SuperXAS – X10DA beamline (20161303, 20190183). See here.
> SOLEIL, FR, ROCK beamline (20190317).
> Diamond Light Source (DLS), UK, MIRIAM beamline B22 (SM9029-1). See here.