Nordic Laboratory for Luminescence Dating (NLL)

Scientific leader: Andrew Murray, assoc. professor, PhD

The Nordic Laboratory for Luminescence Dating, physically located at Risø National Laboratory, is a joint Nordic research, development and analysis facility. Since 1 January 1989 is it part of the Department of Geoscience at Aarhus University.

The Laboratory has a close cooperation with the Radiation Research Department at Risø, and together the two groups make the Nordic Center for Luminescence Research.

The centre, among other things, provides a state-of-the-art luminescence dating service to geologists and archaeologists.


 

Staff

NameJob titleEmailPhoneBuilding
Buylaert, Jan-PieterAssociate professorjanpieter.buylaert@geo.au.dk+4546775973
Hansen, VickiLaboratory Technicianvicki.hansen@geo.au.dk+4546775975
Hoffgaard, Sannie HerleenLaboratory Technicianslar@geo.au.dk
Mikkelsen, Lisbeth ClausenCleaning Assistant
Murray, AndrewProfessorandrew.murray@geo.au.dk+4546775979
Sohbati, RezaPostdocreza.sohbati@geo.au.dk