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Cooperation partners


HZB-Photons (BESSY)
  (Dr. Martin Radtke) 

  • SRTXRF of airborne particles
     
     

FBK - Fondazione Bruno Kessler
  (Dr. Giancarlo Pepponi)

  • Depth profiling with GI-XRF using synchrotron radiation of As Ultra shallow junctions
  • Characterization of thin films on Si wafer 
     

Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Osteology, Vienna, Austria
  (Prof. Klaus Klaushofer, Dr. Paul Roschger, Dr. Jochen Hofstaetter)

  • Synchrotron Nano X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry of human bone (FWF: P27715-N20)
     

IAEA Seibersdorf Laboratories, XRF Group, Instrumentation Unit
  (Dr. Andreas Karydas)

  • CRP on SR-GIXRF and SR-TXRF-XANES’, which forms part of the IAEA Coordinated Research Project ‘1917’ entitled ‘Experiments with Synchrotron Radiation for Modern Environmental and Industrial Applications’ 
      

Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, Austria
  (Dr. M. Grießer, Dr. K. Uhlier)

  • Portable XRF spectrometer for fine art applications
      

CEA-LETI
  (Dr. Emmanuel Nolot, Beranger Caby)

  • Characteriziation of nanometer layers using GIXRF + XRR
     

ASU: review on X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry

  • Phil Potts, Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
  • Margaret West, West Analytics, Sheffield, UK
  • Christine Vanhoof, VITO - Environmental Measurements, Mol, BE
  • Andrew Ellis, Abington, UK

Universität für Bodenkultur, Austria
  (Prof. Lichtenegger)

  • Magnesium diffusion from implant into bone tissue observed by μXRF imaging

Univ. of Gothenborg, Sweden
  (Prof.Johan Boman)

  • Comparative Analysis of Airborne Particulate Matter Using TXRF and PIXE Techniques
     

MEIBIO Molecular and Elemental Imaging in Biosciences (MEIBio)
  Doctoral college TU Wien

Bhabha atomic research Center (BARC)
  (Dr. Nand Lal Misra)

  • TXRF for analysis of LOW Z and HIGH Z elements