16 May 2022
Freer programming can help evolve the physics education
What role does programming play in physics teaching? Can programming be used to teach physical concepts? In his dissertation, Kim Svensson examines how the movement between formula...
9 May 2022
Jun Ye to give the 2022 Rydberg lecture
The 2022 Rydberg lecture will be given by Professor Jun Ye, Fellow of JILA and the NIST, as well as an adjoint professor in the physics department at the University of Colorado, US...
26 Apr 2022
Researchers create exotic magnetic structures with laser light
Research at Lund University in Sweden has found a new way to create nano-sized magnetic particles using ultrafast laser light pulses. The discovery could pave the way for new and m...
10 Feb 2022
Professor Anne L'Huillier awarded Wolf Prize in Physics
The Wolf Prize in Physics has been awarded to Anne L'Huillier at the Department of Physics, Lund University, Paul Corkum at the University of Ottawa, and Ferenc Krausz at the Max P...
22 Dec 2021
Mathematical model useful in pandemic planning
Using a mathematical model, researchers have been able to link confirmed covid-19 cases with intensive care admissions and deaths. The model, which allows prediction and planning o...
22 Dec 2021
Novel nanostructure formation with atomic-scale precision
Site-selected crystal material synthesis at the atomic scale has been a long-standing challenge. NanoLundians Rainer Timm and Yi Liu use nanowire crystal phase heterostructures as ...
29 Oct 2021
Minister of EU Affairs paid NanoLund a visit
The semiconductor shortage was one reason why Swedish Minister of EU Affairs Hans Dahlgren recently visited NanoLund and the Lund Nano Lab.
8 Sep 2021
Successful experiment with microwaves could result in better quantum computers
In a pioneering nanoexperiment, a research team in Lund has succeeded in constructing a new and very effecient microwave photon detector. The discovery could accelerate the develop...
11 Jun 2021
Earth’s meteorite impacts over past 500 million years tracked
For the first time, a unique study conducted at Lund University in Sweden has tracked the meteorite flux to Earth over the past 500 million years. Contrary to current theories, res...
18 Apr 2021
Researchers find evidence of elusive Odderon particle
For 50 years, the research community has been hunting unsuccessfully for the so-called Odderon particle. Now, a Swedish-Hungarian research group has discovered the mythical particl...
16 Apr 2021
How to make smarter and more efficient electronics
We are facing new challenges, and consequently we need the development of electronics to continue. But the question is: how do we do that? Mattias Borg, co-coordinator of Explorato...
12 Apr 2021
X-rays and neutrons entering the metals and manufacturing industries
Researchers from the two Strategic Research Areas NanoLund and SPI (Sustainable Production Initiative, Chalmers and Lund University) have joined forces in a new collaboration toget...
6 Apr 2021
Double innovation prize to NanoLund
NanoLund researchers Martin Hjort, Yang Chen, and Martin Borgström have been awarded the Lund University and Sparbanken Skåne’s prize for future innovations. Their projects are nam...
9 Mar 2021
Anne L’Huillier wins the Max Born Award
The Optical Society, OSA, awards NanoLundian Atomic Physics professor Anne l’Huillier the Max Born Award for pioneering work in ultrafast laser science and attosecond physics.
25 Jan 2021
Nuclear physicist’s voyage towards a mythical island
Theories were introduced as far back as the 1960s about the possible existence of superheavy elements. Their most long-lived nuclei could give rise to a so-called “island of stabil...
13 Jan 2021
Observing the emergence of a quantum phase transition shell by shell
By studying cold atoms, researchers have in a unique way been able to observe a precursor to a quantum phase transition, and thereby study physical processes that can be compared t...
7 Jan 2021
ERC grant for one-step Covid detection
Christelle Prinz, professor of solid state physics and affiliated to NanoLund, receives 150,000 euros to further develop research results that are considered to have great innovati...
15 Dec 2020
Prestigious ERC consilidator grant awarded to Caterina Doglioni
What is all the dark matter in the universe made of? Could it be connected to new particles that can be produced at the Large Hadron Collider? Caterina Doglioni, assistant senior l...
5 Nov 2020
ERC grant awarded to research project on protein motors
Building engines – out of proteins. That’s the aim for a research project, coordinated by Heiner Linke at NanoLund, Lund University in Sweden. The project is now being funded by th...
9 Oct 2020
Unique research project on electrons awarded grant
A research project on how to observe and control the movement of electrons will soon commence at LTH thanks to a multi-million donation from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundatio...