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:


Radiation testing: Beamtime can be used for neutron and proton irradiation projects. Read more about our irradiation facilities.

Basic Research

Basic research: There are 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

Test of HpGe-detector system for coming purchase, decommission of Radio Chemistry Lab, service of the machine.

Long Term Schedule


1st half of year 2016

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Solveig Eriksson

Solveig Eriksson, former administrator at TSL, has after a time of illness passed away at age 75 years.

(updated: 2017-02-13)


Student thesis for UPTS at TSL

UPTS tracking

A measurement level module for a pellet tracking system, Jenny Regina, Official publication site

(updated: 2017-02-10)


Ongoing activities at TSL

service man

Service and preparations for test start of the accelerator in beginning of March 2017.


Decommissioning of the Radio Chemistry laboratory.

HPGe detector test

Evaluations and test runs wwith different HPGe-detector systems. To be used for measure activity in the building and equipment.

(updated: 2017-01-26)


Arne Johansson

Arne Johansson, professor emeritus of Nuclear Physics, Division of Physics and Astronomy at Uppsala University, has passed away at age 86.

Prof. Johansson was director of TSL - The Svedberg Laboratory during 1986-1992.

Prof. Johansson was responsible for leading the work of building up and starting up the initial experiments at TSL, after the GWI period.

(updated: 2016-12-09)


Cyclotron from floor

Pictures of the cyclotron can be found on page with technical details.

(updated 2016-08-17)


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