Lundbohm Day 2012

This years Lundbohm Day offered many pleasant meetings, experiments and lectures within Sustainable Process Engineering.

75 upper-secondary students from throughout the county had a full day of chemistry, metallurgy and mineral on the program, which among others included:

  • Meetings with students
  • Campus Tour
  • Meetings with Funding Companies
  • Meetings with researchers
  • Experiments of various kinds

Plus lunch and snacks, plus some other odds and ends.

Organizer: Master Programme in Sustainable Process Engineering

Facts: Hjalmar Lundbohm

Manager Johan Olof Hjalmar Lundbohm, born April 25, 1855 in Ödeborgs parish in Alvsborg County, died April 4, 1926, was a Swedish geologist, chemist, business leaders, patrons and art connoisseurs. He was LKAB's first manager in Kiruna and considered almost to have founded the city. (Source: Wikipedia)

Hjalmar Lundbohm - Wikipedia


Pictures from Lundbohm Day

Registration and snacks
Professor Bo Björkman - Sustainable Process Engineering - held the opening speach
Sponsors Exhibit
Lector Bertil Palsson demonstrates liquid mineral
Liquid minerals
Chemistry and Metallurgy
Hot Steel
Meetings with students and companies
A well-attended Lundbohmdag!
Some of the sponsor companies were attending the Lundbohm Day.


Main Sponsor Lundbohm Day is Jernkontoret.

Other sponsors: Boliden, Solander Science Park, Billerud, SSAB, LKAB, Swerea | Mefos, Smurfit Kappa and SCA.

The Programme

Master Programme in Sustainable Process Engineering



Josefine Enman


Page Editor and Contact: Richard Renberg

Published: 23 February 2012

Luleå University of Technology