Chemistry and BioEnergy
The group is formed around LTU’s Kristina Oksman/Jonas Hedlund/Marcus Öhman/Marta-Lena Antti/Jan Dahl together and Monash’s Paul Webley/ Andrew Hoadley/ Akshat Tanksale, George Simons and others.
Material Engineering and Science
The group is formed around LTU’s Oleg Antzutkin/ Alexander Soldatov/ Sergei Glavatskikh/ Marta-Lena Antti and others and Monash’s George Simon and others. Prof. Maria Forsyth (at Deakin University since 1 June 2010) is active in the group. Warwick University, UK is a partner in this Theme. (Prof. Antzutkin is an Adjunct Prof. at Warwick).
The group is formed around LTU’s Eva Alerby/ Gunnar Jonsson/ Krister Hertting/ Anna Vikström/ Lena Manderstedt and others and Monash’s Jill Brown/ Amanda Berry/ Graham Parr and others.
Bio-inspired computing and novel technology for networks of tiny wireless sensor devices/brain research
The group is formed around LTU’s Jerker Delsing/ Fredrik Sandin/ Lennart Gustafsson/ Tamas Jantvik/ Evgeny Osipov/ Jens Eliasson and others and Monash’s Asad Khan/ Andrew Paplinski/ Nemai Karmakar/ Ahmet Sekercioglu/ Jean-Michel Redoute/ Jakob Hohwy and others.
Embedded Systems and Material Sciences
The group is formed around LTU’s Prof. Jerker Delsing, EISLAB, together with Monash Prof Yi Bing Cheng’s group. They are working on a project since 2006. LTU is providing the intelligent chip MULLE and Prof Yi Bing Cheng’s group is integrating solar power into the device. The project has been developed further into research in new and unique technology for fabrication and production of electronic devices.
Mobile Systems and pervasive computing
The group is formed around LTU’s Dr. Christer Åhlund and Dr. Arkady Zaslavsky and others at LTU and Monash. They have worked for more than 10 years in the area of mobile systems and nobility support in pervasive computing environments. They have been supervising a successful PhD Polis-project. Currently, they supervise three PhD students in the “LTU-Monash double-award PhD” program.
An interesting collaboration in the area of Fluid Dynamics has been developing since fall 2009. LTU’s Prof. Staffan Lundström’s group is working together with Prof. John Sheridan’s group. The project includes exchange of young and senior researchers and publication of joint papers.