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Finnish Synchrotron Radiation Users Organization
The Finnish Synchrotron Radiation Users Organisation (FSRUO, suom. Suomen Synkrotronisäteilyn Käyttäjien Yhdistys ry) is a nonprofit association that was formed in Helsinki on Nov. 12th, 2009 by the founding members from the Universities of Helsinki, Oulu, Turku and the Tampere University of Technology. FSRUO is a non-profit organisation with the main purpose of promoting and representing interdisciplinary basic and applied scientific research using synchrotron radiation and free electron lasers. FSRUO provides a forum for information exchange and collaboration between researchers affiliated with Finnish institutions and companies, whose work is related to the use of synchrotron radiation. FSRUO can apply for and collect funding for organising meetings, workshops, courses, invited visits of lecturers and experts, and for facilitating synchrotron related infrastructure development and data collection. If necessary, FSRUO acts as the coordinating body in the interactions with Finnish government and funding agencies when considering large-scale infrastructure and research strategies. The Board of FSRUO appoints a national representative to corresponding international bodies. We invite all researchers in Finland whose work is related to synchrotron radiation or who consider its use in future to join FSRUO.
Become a member!
Membership is free of charge. If you would like to join, it is enough to send email to the secretary of FSRUO, Kari Jänkälä (kari.jankala (at) oulu.fi) revealing your name, affiliation, and e-mail address.
Seminars and annual meeting
Annual meeting 2010. (University of Oulu)
Annual Meeting 2011. (Tampere University of Technology)
Annual meeting 2012. (University of Turku)
Annual meeting 2013. (University of Helsinki)
FSRUO organised a meeting of the representatives of Finnish funding and government agencies, Finnish researchers and the
Swedish high-level representatives of the MAX-IV project. The meeting took place on May 17th, 2010, in the premises of the
Academy of Finland.
Statement concerning the MAX IV project.
The review of Finnish synchrotron radiation usage was composed 2010.
- Simo Huotari, chairman (University of Helsinki/Kumpula)
- Edwin Kukk, vice chairman (University of Turku, e-mail email@example.com)
- Mika Hirsimäki (Tampere University of Technology, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Tommi Kajander (University of Helsinki)
- Marko Huttula (University of Oulu)
- Jorma Hölsä (University of Turku)
Secretary: Kari Jänkälä (University of Oulu)