Online PhD Course – Module III experimental part: X-ray micro- and nanoimaging for medical and biomedical research
March 1(Deadline: February 15)
Description of the course
This course is an experimental part of cross-disciplinary course “MAX IV/ESS-based imaging for medical and biomedical research”. The main purpose of the course is to educate graduate students on the utilization of X-ray facilities. The course will provide a practical users’ guide to planning and conducting microscale imaging and spectroscopy measurements including X-ray fluorescence imaging. Students will conduct a short experiment at MAX IV (NanoMAX) to obtain hands-on experience for using synchrotron source. The hands-on sessions will be paired with several sessions of data analysis in a workshop-like manner. As preparation for the course meetings, participants read assigned literature.
Period One week of full-time studies, staring 1 March 2021. This course will be held online in English.
Credit 1,5 credits
Number of places 9-12
Admission to PhD studies and completion of one of the courses “MAX IV/ESS-based imaging for medical and biomedical research, introduction” or “MAX IV/ESS-based imaging for medical and biomedical research, experimental set up”.