We focus on developing new materials for a sustainable society, employing green synthesis and sustainable processing routes. We  develop advanced methodologies for chemical analysis and structural characterisation, including analytical chemistry tools, electron crystallography, different spectroscopic methods and multiscale  modelling. 

AFM, photo: Jens Olof Lasthein
AFM, photo: Jens Olof Lasthein

 

The research activities are divided into 10 profile areas, conducted by ca. 25 research groups. 
 

Materials for a sustainable society

  • Materials for Energy
  • Materials for Environment
  • Materials for Health

Synthesis and processing methods for sustainable materials

  • Green material synthesis
  • Processing of recycled and bio-based materials

Chemical analysis and structural characterization methods

  • Advanced analytical techniques for materials, environment, and health
  • Electron crystallography/Analytical TEM
  • Neutron and X-ray crystallography
  • Solid state NMR and optical spectroscopy
  • Multi-scale/Computational modelling
     

Research Groups by Principal Investigator