Teaching and research stuff...
My teaching time is divided between a couple of courses at our department.
1) General Chemistry, Aqueous Environmental Chemisty (basic level).
2) Courses for student teachers.
3) Training of active teachers.
4) Structural analysis with diffraction (advanced level).
5) Advanced crystallography (advanced level).
Within the field of research I'm mostly collaborating with scientist from other departments inside and outside Stockholm University on various projects, mainly carbo hydrates, metal organic compounds.
I'm in charge of the Xray diffraction part of the MACAL centre.
Latest publications: (Scientific papers)
A mechanically switchable metal-insulator transition in Mg2NiH4 discovers a strain sensitive, nanoscale modulated resistivity connected to a stacking fault
2010 | JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS | 496 (81-86)
Attachment of a Hydrogen-Bonding Carboxylate Side Chain to an [FeFe]-Hydrogenase Model Complex: Influence on the Catalytic Mechanism
2010 | CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL | 16 (2537-2546)
An EXAFS spectroscopic, large-angle X-ray scattering, and crystallographic study of hexahydrated, dimethyl sulfoxide and pyridine 1-oxide hexasolvated mercury(II) ions
2008 | CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL | 14 (6687-6696)
Na8[Cr4B12P8O44(OH)4][P2O7]·nH2O: A 3D Borophosphate Framework with Spherical Cages
2008 | Chem. Eur. J. | 14 (7212-7217)
Hydration of lanthanoid(III) ions in aqueous solution and crystalline hydrates studied by EXAFS spectroscopy and crystallography: The myth of the "gadolinium break"
2008 | CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL | 14 (3056-3066)