Centres and research facilities

The department is hosting the following research centres and research facilities:

Center for Bionics and Pain Research is an interdisciplinary research center that develops medical technologies and treatments to restore lost sensory and motor function, in people who have, for example, lost a limb or suffered nerve damage, and to relieve the pain that can arise from these types of sensorimotor impairments. 

ChaseOn (Antenna Systems Research Centre)
ChaseOn is a research center in the fields of wireless communications, remote sensing and medical applications of microwaves. Its overall research focus is bridging the gap between research and product. Therefore, the university researchers work closely together with researchers and engineers from industry and research institutes.

MedTech West
MedTech West is a network and collaborative platform for research, education, development and evaluation of new biomedical concepts and technologies. MedTech West initiates, facilitates and promotes increased research collaboration between the health care sector, industry and academia. The focus is on addressing actual clinical needs in collaboration with relevant clinical staff.

Swedish Electromobility Centre (former Swedish Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Centre, SHC)
Swedish Electromobility Centre is a national centre of excellence for electric and hybrid vehicles and charging infrastructure. The centre serves as a base for integration between academia, industry and society. The research covers system studies and methods, electrical machines and drives, energy storage, vehicle analysis and fuel cell technology.

Swedish Wind Power Technology Centre, SWPTC
SWPTC is a research centre for the design and production of wind turbines. The purpose of the centre is to support Swedish industry with knowledge of design techniques and maintenance in the field of wind power. The work is carried out in six theme group and is funded by the Swedish Energy Agency, by academic and industrial partners.

SAFER – vehicle and traffic safety centre at Chalmers  – is a competence centre where partners from the Swedish automotive industry, academia and authorities cooperate to create a centre of excellence within traffic safety research and safe mobility.​

Research facility

REVERE – Resource for Vehicle Research at Chalmers  is a research facility focusing on automotive-related research. Main focus areas are self-driving vehicles, active safety and vehicle dynamics. 

Page manager Published: Tue 01 Jun 2021.