The Kebnekaise super-computer at the High Performance Computing Center North (HPC2N), which is part of the Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC).
2D nanosheet materials as efficient and reusable sensorsWe study atomically thin nanomaterials as potential sensors using quantum mechanical modelling of molecular adsorption. A material similar to graphene but containing carbon and nitrogen in proportion two to one (C2N) is showing great promise as a sensor of airborne molecular pollutants and molecules in biological fluids. For molecules in fluids, we have targeted sensing of sugar levels.
Electrodes lead researchers to companiesEverything from touchscreens to solar cells can be lighter, more flexible and environmentally friendly using carbon nano-based electrodes. In a new project led by Luleå University of Technology, researchers will help companies get to know the new technology.
Applied Physics gets 22 millionKnut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, the Kempe Foundations and LTU together gives 22.5 MSEK to the research subject Applied Physics at Luleå University of Technology.
One step closer to molecular electronicsA collaboration between Applied Physics at Luleå University of Technology, Nottingham University and University of Bath has led to groundbreaking discoveries within molecular electronics. The results are published in the high ranking journal Nature Communications.