About ANAXAM

ANAXAM at a glance

  • ANAXAM is a Technology Transfer Center.
  • ANAXAM provides industry access to advanced analytical methods using Neutrons and Synchrotron radiation (X-rays) particularly at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), originally developed for basic research.
  • ANAXAM collaborates with industry based on the "public-private partnership".
  • ANAXAM is located in Villigen, in the Canton of Aargau, Switzerland.
  • ANAXAM is a non-profit organization.
  • ANAXAM was founded in 2019 by the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW), the Swiss Nanoscience Institute (SNI) and the Canton of Aargau.
  • ANAXAM is member of the Advanced Manufactoring - Technology Transfer Center (AM-TTC) alliance. The AM-TTC initiative is a measure in the federal action plan for digitalisation in the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) to promote innovation and to speed up knowledge transfer.
analytics
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Our Mission and Vision

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Our mission

We provide industry access to cutting-edge material analytics originally developed for basic research, but now made available to address industrial challenges.

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Our vision

Advanced analytics for the products and processes of tomorrow

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Our Team & Board of Directors

Our Team ANAXAM

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Benefits of being a member of ANAXAM

  • Access to the ANAXAM network

  • Free consultation

  • Reduced tariffs for training and further education

  • Reduced rates for training and courses

Main Sponsors

Our main Sponsors

Kanton Aargau
FHNW
SNI
PSI

Sponsors

Our sponsors

ABB
DECTRIS
SPECTRAFLOW
URMA

Members

Member selection

3D-CHROMOS
ABB
ACTHERA
DECTRIS
FEINTOOL
FHNW
HZ-AARGAU
INSPIRE
ITS
Kanton Aargau
LEISTER
LINCOTEK
maXerial
PI Electronics AG
PSI
RC-TRITEC
SNI
SPECTRAFLOW
SWISS-NEUTRONICS
THYSSEN-KRUPP