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Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering

a bridge between high technologies on the
nanoscale and advanced quantum theories
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reimann@matfys.lth.se
+46-46-2229086

lars.samuelson@ftf.lth.se
+46-46-2227697

Lund University
Box 118
22100 Lund
Sweden
The centre combines growth, characterization and device fabrication with advanced quantum theory and device modelling-
at the core of prioritized research at Lund University both a the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) and the Faculty of Science.

Information from the Swedish Research council:
Linnaeus grants 2006
LU project on Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering


Steering Committee

S.M. Reimann and L. Samuelson (coordination)
H. Linke, Anneli Löfgren, Sven Åberg

Participating divisions and scientific board members

Mathematical Physics
S.M. Reimann, P. Samuelsson, A. Wacker. S. Åberg
Solid State Physics
K. Deppert, A. Gustafsson, H. Linke, L. Montelius, M.-E. Pistol, L. Samuelson, L. Tegenfeldt,  L.-E. Wernersson, H.Q. Xu
Synchrotron Radiation Research
J. Andersen, A. Mikkelsen
Materials Chemistry
R. Wallenberg
Atomic Physics
S. Kröll

International Advisory Board

Evelyn Hu, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Physics
Daniela Pfannkuche, Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of
Hamburg
Chris Palmström, Electrical and Computing Engineering and Materials,
UCSB
Thomas Stieglitz, IMTEK, University of Freiburg
Eicke Weber, The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE,
Freiburg
Philip Wong, Center for Integrated Systems, Stanford University
Carl von Linne
Carl von Linné
(from wikipedia)


NMC
SLF
Materials Chemistry
Atomic Physics

The team