Chalmers University of Technology conducts research and offers education in technology, science, architecture and maritime engineering and management, with a sustainable future as its global vision. Founded in 1829 and situated in Gothenburg on Sweden´s west coast, Chalmers University of Technology has approximately 10,000 full-time students and 3,100 employees. Chalmers University of Technology plays an important role as a hub for collaboration between academia, industry and society. Our Areas of Advance are organized as strong, challenge-driven thematic platforms for strategy and long-term collaboration that hunt down specific challenges, often directly relevant for industry and society. They also offer common access to cutting-edge research infrastructures. New ideas and innovative solutions can quickly be tested and scaled to fit reality, allowing us to efficiently turn research into impact.
The Chalmers Mass Spectrometry Infrastructure (CMSI) is a Chalmers infrastructure with the goal of providing cutting edge and efficient quantitative mass spectrometry and structural identification analyses for researchers at Chalmers and beyond. The infrastructure provides a combination of service analyses and supported analyses for training students in analytical mass spectrometry. Beyond providing analyses, the CMSI will also develop new methods based on new and novel concepts within analytical chemistry to ensure that researchers have access to the best possible solutions for their research projects.
The Chalmers Chemical Imaging Infrastructure (CII) is a world-unique research infrastructure with a primary focus on high lateral resolution imaging mass spectrometry. The infrastructure offers a wide range of tools for analytical questions within materials science, geoscience and life science. The multimodal imaging capabilities makes CII unique in that we have tools and competence for both MALDI and dynamic as well as static SIMS imaging. Internationally we have a world leading equipment base backed up by internationally recognized experts in the development and application of SIMS.