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Into photonics and material science, currently investigating electron acceleration using femtosecond laser pulses.
Head of the Optical Frequency Comb Spectroscopy Group
My research group works with graphene related materials both as fundamental research and for energy storage applications. We are partners in EU Graphene Flagship.
Lecturer in Space Physics
I am doing research on the fabrication and operation of printed organic electronics, mainly light-emitting electrochemical cells.
Researcher in atomic and molecular physics as well as computational physics.
Daniel is a PhD student in Biophysics and Biophotonics group supervised by Professor Magnus Andersson. Magnus develops new techniques for measuring biological systems, for example bacteria.
Biophysicist at the interface of microbiology and physics. Combines microbiology - mainly pathogenic bacterial spores - with optical tweezers, microwave systems and multiphysics modelling.
I am developing nanostructured functional materials applied to sensors, catalysis, and protective coatings.
I am a space physicist, and my research interests include Earth's magnetosphere, auroral research, other planets, and comets.
I am PhD student in Nicolò Maccaferri's research group.
My research is about quantum effects in plasmas. I am also the Director of Internationalisation at our department, and Programme Director of the Master's Programme in Physics.
My research interest is the low-dimensional semiconductor materials, including organic, inorganic and hybrid materials, and their applications in various energy-conversion processes.
Researcher in the Organic Photonic and Electronics Group at the Physics department, see www.opeg-umu.se for more information.
I am the head of RElativistic Attosecond physics Laboratory, REAL.
I work mainly on simulating the dynamics of the genome in cells.
I am leading a research group that develops advanced photonic and electronic devices and materials for functional and sustainable applications.
For more information, please visit: opeg-umu.com
In my research, I want to understand causal relations in gene regulation. To achieve this, I use methods rooted in physics. More information: https://icelab.se/about/team/ludvig-lizana/
Head of the Biophysics and Biophotonics group. More information is found here: https://sites.google.com/view/biophysicsphotonics/
I am a researcher in space plasma physics and I am also director for the engineering programme in physics.
I am interested in understanding how the flow of information through social and biological systems affect their function. Read more on my research website: https://www.martinrosvall.com
I am devoted to digital physics, with a particular focus on computational modelling and simulation of granular materials, robots and vehicles - essential for AI-based control and perception.
Head of the Ultrafast Nanoscience Unit and Wallenberg Academy Fellow
I work with the development of laser-based measurement technqies for sensitive detection of atoms and molecules in gas phase, primarily analytical laser spectroscopy and refractometry.
I am a Researcher in the field of Space Physics. My project is focused on the Planet Mercury to disclose the mystery of its Magnetic Field through Simulation works.
I do research using computer simulations about jamming - when a granular material changes from being in a loose liquid state to a solid "jamming" state.
I am a PhD student at the Industrial Doctoral School studying biophysics and biophotonics in Magnus Andersson Lab.
I am a computational space plasma physicist. I have been studying plasma interaction with various planetary bodies in the solar system using high-performance simulations and spacecraft data.
I am a researcher in organic photonic and electronic group, focusing on the development of light-emitting electrochemical cells. You can find more information on our web page: www.opeg-umu.se
I teach courses in Physics and coordinate physics courses in the teacher programme.I do research in Physics Education with a focus on group work in physics.
I am head of the Department of physics and group leader of "Nano for Energy", an interdisciplinary research group focusing on nanomaterials and their applications in renewable energy.
Tlek is a PhD student in the Ultrafast Nanophotonics research group led by Nicolò Maccaferri.
I am a researcher in the nanoscience group. My research mainly focus on developing novel nanomaterials and device for biomedical and renewable energy application.