Within the Department of Applied Physics a wide array of experimental and theoretical applied physics is conducted. From basic research into the physics of biological membranes to applied projects concerning the development of new materials for fuel cell applications. Our research profile includes biological physics, disordered systems, complex oxides, surface- and nano-physics, materials for energy-applications and nuclear technology. In total, approximately 150 researchers, of which 80 are graduate-students, organised into nine research-groups, are active within the Department.
PublicationsA large number of publications are presented on the hompages of the research-groups. Publications by the researchers of the Department of Applied Physics are also accessible through the Chalmers Publication Library (CPL). To serch among the publications by this department, follow the link below and choose Publication Lists in the left hand column.
Last modified: July 19, 2012