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Research Infrastructure

Lund Laser Centre

Description The Lund Laser Centre was established in 1995 at Lund University as an organization for laser, optics and spectroscopy research. It constitutes the largest unit in the field in the Nordic countries. The research is being performed in a unique, multi-disciplinary atmosphere and fosters close collaboration with industry. The Centre is characterized by a very strong exchange of ideas, expertise and resources between different projects, where advanced electro-optics form a common denominator. Members in the Centre are the Research Divisions of Atomic Physics, Atomic Astrophysics, Chemical Physics and Combustion Physics, as well as the Lund University Medical Laser Centre and laser-based activities at the MAX-IV National Synchrotron Radiation Facility. In addition, a High-Power Laser Facility features spear-head technology installations in the field of lasers and laser spectroscopy. The LLC is the coordinating partner of LASERLAB-EUROPE, comprising 30 major European laser infrastructures in 16 countries. The Lund Laser Centre has an Executive Director and a Board whose members come from the Technical, Natural Science and Medical Faculties of Lund University. The Director and the Chair of the Board are appointed by the Vice-Chancellor of the Lund University.
URL http://www-llc.fysik.lth.se/
Status Operational since 1995
Scientific Domains Material Sciences and Analytical Facilities
Physical Sciences and Engineering
RI Categorization Intense Light Sources
Location Professorsgatan 1, Lund, 22363, Sweden
MERIL URL http://portal.meril.eu/meril/view/facilitys/15326