TSL - The Svedberg Laboratory

The TSL is a university facility, based in Uppsala, Sweden.

Gustaf Werner cyclotron

The Gustaf Werner cyclotron at TSL provides particle beams for:

 

Proton patient

Proton therapy: The main activity of TSL is based on an agreement between Uppsala Academic Hospital and Uppsala University about proton therapy, read more about proton therapy at TSL.

 

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Radiation testing: Beamtime not used for proton therapy will be devoted to commercial neutron and proton irradiation projects. Read more about our irradiation facilities.

 

Basic Research

Basic research: There will still be some time for basic (academic) research and in this case the experiments should be associated to Uppsala University or to EU projects. Read more about basic (academic) research at TSL.

 

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This week

Startup after summer service (B-, D-, G-line lines)

Long Term Schedule

Schedule

2nd half of year 2014

1st half of year 2014

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Beam again

makro pulse

We are up running again after summer service break. Welcome with beamtime requests.

(Updated: 2014-08-22)

Lars Pettersson has passed away

Lars P

Long time colleague Lars Pettersson has, after a time of illness, passed away at age 69. He worked at TSL, former GWI, for the last 46 years.

Power Converters 2014

CAS Power Converters 2014

TSL´s Power Supply group took part of Power Converters 2014, 7-14 May 2014, Baden, Switzerland.

(Updated 2014-06-13)

Status report

A recent public status report can be found in proceedings from Cyclotrons 2013, Vancouver, "STATUS REPORT ON THE GUSTAV WERNER CYCLOTRON AT TSL, UPPSALA".

(Updated: 2014-03-20)

ANITA-CUP, new user position with extra high neutron flux

During 2013 a new irradiation position was constructed, characterized, and put into operation at the ANITA facility for accelerated neutron SER testing. The neutron flux, ≈107 cm-2s-1, is the highest among facilities with atmospheric-like spectrum. See the poster about ANITA-CUP that was presented on RADECS2013 (Oxford, UK, 23-27 Sep 2013) and on the Workshop on fast neutron applications at spallation sources (Abingdon, UK 30 Sep - 1 Oct 2013).

Curiosity´s radiation instrument calibrated at TSL

Curiosity RAD detector

Since August 2012 the space rover Curiosity has been exploring Mars surface. Did you know that the rover´s instrument for measuring radiation was calibrated at TSL?

Read more about it in this Uppsala University article.

RAD graphs

See graphs of radiation levels on the RAD site.

More about Curiosity can be found on NASA´s site about Mars Science Laboratory.

(updated: 2014-03-17)

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