Chalmers University of Technology

Associate Professor, Quantum Device Physics Lab

At the Quantum Device Physics Laboratory (QDP), we exploit the charge, spin, orbital and lattice degrees of freedom in materials that we design and produce, to explore fundamental questions in condensed matter physics and to develop new concepts in device physics. Our research covers a variety of topics at the forefront of condensed matter physics, extending from ab-initio calculations to experiments with nanodevices consisting of emerging 2D materials and van der Waals heterostructures, topological Dirac and Weyl materials, semiconductors, oxide heterostructures, nanomagnets, and superconductors. Our mission is to develop next generation quantum devices, which can be smaller, faster, sensitive, and energy-efficient for a sustainable society. Applications and utilization of our research can be found in quantum metrology, topological quantum technology, thermoelectrics, quantum theory, radio astronomy, medical instrumentation, and spintronics. Our teaching covers undergraduates, MSc and specialized PhD courses and includes general physics, condensed matter physics, nanoscience and nanofabrication, semiconductor and superconducting physics, to name a few.



The competence centre "2D material-based technology for industrial applications" (2D-TECH) is funded by the Swedish Innovation Agency (Vinnova), Chalmers, and +20 companies. This centre is one of its kind in Sweden,  bringing together key players from industry and academia, to form a Swedish hub for excellent 2D materials research and technological innovation


CTO and Chairman of the board of directors

Graphensic AB (Est. 2011) is the leading supplier of epitaxial graphene on silicon carbide. Nowadays, Graphensic supplies materials and devices such as quantum resistance standards, Hall sensors, and UV detectors. The team at Graphensic have over 500 publications, four patent families and combine more than 50 years of experience related to epitaxial graphene technologies.


Visiting Scientist at National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is the UK's National Metrology Institute (NMI), developing and maintaining the national primary measurement standards, as well as collaborating with other NMIs to maintain the international system of measurement. As a public sector research establishment, we deliver extraordinary impact by providing the measurement capability that underpins the UK's prosperity and quality of life. We develop the metrology required to ensure the timely and successful deployment of new technologies and work with organisations as they develop and test new products and processes.