Deputy Head of Department, Professor, Head of Division, Head of Unit
How far can we push the design and tailoring of materials properties for known and future applications? This ultimately depends on the control of the atomic constituents while composing and structuring a material.
Materials research is a strength of Linköping University. This is shown not least by the outcome of the European Research Council's calls, which this round resulted in four grants totalling around SEK 80 million.
A billion-kronor investment into research under the auspices of the Wallenberg Initiative Material Science for Sustainability (WISE) will develop sustainable and efficient materials to solve some of the huge challenges we face.
Artificial kidneys, powerful batteries and efficient water purification are some of the future applications of a group of ultrathin materials known as MXenes.
Professor Johanna Rosén, together with colleagues, has been awarded SEK 29 million from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. AI is to be added to the tools used to seek two-dimensional materials with completely new properties.
Materials scientists Vaya Darakchieva and Johanna Rosén have each been awarded over SEK 30 million from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research. They aim to develop new materials for more efficient energy systems.