- carbon capture
- colloidal processing
- Inorganic Porous Materials
- iron oxides
- Materials science and engineering
- nano materials
- organic-inorganic hybrids
Prior to moving to Stockholm University in 2004, I held several positions at the Institute of Surface Chemistry, YKI in Stockholm and also served as the director of The Brinell Centre–Inorganic Interfacial Engineering, at KTH. I have received several awards for his work, including the Sandvik Coromant Material Prize, the Akzo Nobel Surface Chemistry Nordic Science Prize, the Jacob Wallenberg Award, the Stockholm Innovation Prize and most recently the Humboldt Research Award in 2012. I was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC) in 2009 and fellow of the European Ceramic Society in 2013. I am principal editor of Journal of Materials Research, editor-in-chief of Ceramics International, an associated editor of Science and Technology of Advanced Materials, and serves as an associate board member for Nanoscale.
Self-assembly of nanoparticles and novel process routes for nanocrystals and other inorganic colloids to form novel nanostructured materials with useful properties are at the core of our activities where the fundamental activities aim to generate a better understanding of the molecular or mesoscopic assembly mechanisms. Biomimetic synthesis which involves the integration, directed assembly and controlled crystallization of inorganic materials with polymers and biomolecules is another closely related field of interest. This quest has lead us to explore traditional methods to treat fibres from renewable resources. Colloidal processing of ceramics was an important part of my previous work at the Institute for Surface Chemistry, YKI and we are now developing novel methods to produce hierarchically porous materials for e.g. gas separation applications.
H. Guldberg-Pedersen, 1998; Project manager catalyst development, Haldor Topsoe A/S, Denmark.
Peter H.F. Hansen, 2000; Group leader, Measurement systems and IT, Innventia.
Eric Laarz, 2000; Project leader, Seco Tools AB.
Anders Meurk, 2000; Project manager, Scania.
Karin M. Andersson, 2004; Project leader, Sandvik AB.
Pär Wedin, 2004; Project leader, Nynäs AB.
Petr Vasiliev, 2009; CEO, NeoZeo AB/SIA.
Jovice B-S. Ng, 2009; Researcher, GE Healthcare
Linnéa Andersson, 2011: Post doc Oregon State University/ANU Canberra
Bertrand Faure, 2012: Post doc, CEA Grenoble, France
Christian Mille, 2012: Project leader, ABB Corporate Research
Erik Wetterskog, 2013: Post doc, Uppsala University
Post-doctoral fellows and visiting scientists:
Anwar Ahniyaz, Project leader, Institute for Surface Chemistry, Sweden.
Nelson Bell, Project leader, Sandia National Labs, Albuquerque, USA.
Richard Greenwood, Tutor, Birmingham University; Birmingham, UK.
Robert Hodgkins, Project leader, Johnson Matthew Ltd., UK.
Yuji Hotta, Group leader, Inorganic/organic hybrids, Ceramic Research Institute, AIST, Japan.
Motoyuki Iijima, Assist. Prof., Tokyo Institute of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
Takamasa Mori, Assist. Prof., Nagoya University, Japan
Ranjith Krishna Pai, Researcher, Brookhaven National Lab., USA.
Peter Lipowski, Project leader, Siemens, Munchen, Germany
Vitaliy Olinyk, Technical specialist, JPK Instruments, Berlin, Germany
Brian Sundlof, Advisory engineer, Interconnect products, IBM, USA.
Jing Sun, Deputy Director, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Shanghai, China.
Subhasis Rana, Fellow scientist, Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute, India
Kimiyasu Sato, Scientist, Ceramic Research Institute, AIST, Japan.
Satoshi Tanaka, Associate Professor, Nagaoka University of Technology, Nagaoka, Japan.
Nozomu Uchida, Prof., Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan.
Jens Weber, Group leader, Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces, Golm, Germany
Joseph Yanez, Global business manager, Akzo Nobel Polymers, USA.
Boris Zhmud, Consultant, SveaCon AB, Sweden.