The ARTEMI network operates alongside several other networks or infrastructures as described and linked to here.
The Atomic Resolution Cluster (ARC) is funded through SSF’s “Research Infrastructure Fellow” scheme from 2016 to 2020. ARC offers TEM facilities in Linköping and Lund to industrial and academic visitors from Sweden, and enquiries should be directed to Prof. Per Persson in Linköping.
CEM4MAT is a regional platform to make the TEM-based research infrastructure accessible and transparent for external and internal users. The four nodes of CEM4MAT, specialising in Materials Sciences, are Uppsala University, Stockholm University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and SWERIM.
MyFab is a Swedish Research Infrastructure for Micro and Nano Fabrication that allows access to cleanroom nanotechnology facilities, including SEM and FIB for example.
The NMI or National Microscopy Infrastructure was founded in April 2016 as a Swedish infrastructure for the use and support of advanced microscopy in life science.
ESTEEM3 which stands for “Enabling Science and Technology through European Electron Microscopy” is an EU-funded project which runs until 2023. It provides transnational access to the leading TEM research infrastructures for the analysis and engineering of novel materials in physical, chemical and biological science.