Theme day: Materials

  • Date: –17:45
  • Location: Ångströmlaboratoriet, Lägerhyddsvägen 1
  • Website
  • Organiser: Faculty of Science and Technology
  • Contact person: Karin Thellenberg
  • Phone: 018-471 49 47
  • Konferens

Uppsala University hosts one of Sweden’s strongest and most broad research environment in materials science. The research spans from exploring fundamental quantum effects for potential future technologies to developing new materials directly meeting today’s societal needs. This day will take you on a journey from the material-based history of Ångström to the cutting-edge research of today.

Here you can find the program.

Registration is now closed. Some parts of the program will be livestreamed. Read more at the program webpage.

This day is part of the multidisciplinary theme week arranged by the faculty of science and technology between 16 – 20 May at Ångström Laboratory. This week aims to present current research within AI/Data-driven life science, the Universe and Mathematical Physics, Material, Energy and Climate change.

During these days, you will meet leading international, national, and local researchers within basic- and applied research. You will also have the opportunity to take part and participate in in-depth discussions about research and societal issues from a scientific perspective. Lectures and presentations will be given in English.

Follow the links below to take part in all programs and registration forms.

16 May: AI / Data-driven life science
17 May: The Universe and Mathematical Physics
18 May: Materials
19 May: Energy
20 May: Climate Change