Large area graphene is able to preserve electron spin over an extended period, and communicate it further than had previously been known. The findings are published in the journal Nature Communications.
The ‘Standard Model’ of particle physics successfully describes the smallest constituents of matter. But the model has its limitations – it does not explain the dark matter of the universe. Christoffer Petersson, a research scientist at Chalmers University of Technology, has found a solution. His theories are now being tested at CERN.
Many people want to live their daily lives in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner.
To guide people Chalmers is now launching the open online course Sustainability in Everyday Life.
The course is a mooc, a massive open online course, which means it is free and available to anyone in the world with a connected computer.
Learn more about the teachers behind the course here >>
The most exciting conference week ever to take place at Chalmers is approaching! 40 world-leading scientists, including 11 Nobel Prize winners are coming. Time to register!
High quality education, praise for teachers and a warm welcome. International students are very satisfied with the education and arrival activities at Chalmers. They also want to learn more about Swedish...
Securing web applications is essential for a society that critically relies on the internet. In this dramatic-style video a research team led by Prof. Andrei Sabelfeld depicts their research on tracking information flow in web applications.
Secure web applications on Vimeo >>
Stefan Bengtsson has been appointed as the new President of Chalmers.
Make sure to keep in touch with Chalmers also after you graduate.
Astronomers from Chalmers have used the giant telescope Alma to reveal an extremely powerful magnetic field very close to a supermassive black hole in a distant galaxy.
Challenges open for students from Indonesia, Thailand, Brazil, US, Colombia, South Korea, India and China.