At Chalmers University of Technology there are a number of centres, national competence centres as well as other centres which cooperate across traditional departmental boundaries.

Centres hosted by the area of Advance Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Bio-inspired Supramolecular Function and Design, SUPRA
Linnaeus Centre

Competence Centre for Catalysis, KCK
KCK is a national interdisciplinary research centre which is focused on environmental catalysis and energy-related catalysis. The vision is to contribute to sustainable transport-, energy- and environmental systems by developing state-of-the-art catalytic techniques. The Swedish Energy Agency, Chalmers and six member companies finance the research.

Graphene Centre at Chalmers
The graphene center encompasses several graphene-related research projects funded by the EU and domestic sources, plus the Graphene Innovation Lab as an industrial interface. Topics covered include, e.g., production and characterization, high-frequency electronics, optoelectronics, batteries, sensors, composites and modelling.

Linnaeus Centre on Engineered Quantum Systems, Linneqs
With support from the Swedish Research Council, researchers in Linneqs investigate engineered quantum mechanical systems at the interface between quantum physics, computer science, electronics and material science. The four focus areas are: qubits, quantum transport, future graphene devices and enabling technologies.

Published: Tue 14 Apr 2015.