HALOS and Medicon Valley Alliance invite you to join us for a half-day symposium on how to benefit from using the large-scale research infrastructures such as MAX IV and ESS, and how the unique resources available in the Öresund-Hamburg area could be utilised in life science.
During the symposium we will focus on using or combining workflows and the research and innovation resources in the Öresund-Hamburg region, and how this can be applied in the life science sector. This will be highlighted with examples from Hanseatic League of Science (HALOS), and experiences from researchers and the life science sector. Workflows from sample preparation all the way to data analysis and visualisation connecting key competence groups and large-scale research infrastructures will be presented, and the challenges for the life science sector connected to the use of the large-scale research infrastructures will also be discussed.
Due to the current situation with increased covid-cases and restrictions imposed by Danish and Swedish authorities, this will be an online event only.
Date: Monday the 31st of January, 2022
Time: 13.00 – 16.00
Cost: Free of charge
To access pdf presentations from the event, click on the relevant title in the program below
|Kajsa M Paulsson|
HALOS Project Manager
CEO, Medicon Valley Alliance
Head of Industrial Relations, MAX IV Laboratory, Lund
Head of R&D Relations, Science Village Scandinavia
Hamburg Center for Ultrafast Imaging, Hamburg University
Senior Officer in Scientific Coordination and User Office, ESS
University of Kent
Life Science Director, MAX IV Laboratory
|Felix Roosen Runge|
|Kajsa Sigfridsson Clauss|
|Leila Lo Leggio |
University of Copenhagen
Clinical Research Center (CRC) and Lund University diabetes Center (LUDC)
|Anders B. Dahl|
The Center for Quantification of Imaging Data, MAX IV
For any questions regarding the event, please contact Sofia Norås, Medicon Valley Alliance, firstname.lastname@example.org