Strengthens competence to meet future challenges
Anna-Johanna Klasander Artistic Professor, Martin Andersson, Professor Applied Surface Chemistry and Rikard Landberg, Professor of Food and Health, all at Chalmers University of Technology, are three of the 39 prominent researchers and experts in the private and public sectors, elected as new fellows in new Fellows of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA).
“The collective experience and expertise of our new Fellows will be a fantastic asset for IVA. Digitalisation and sustainable development in particular areas that will be reinforced. They are key areas of expertise to meet future challenges,” says Tuula Teeri, President of IVA.
, Artistic Professor at Chalmers University of Technology and Director of R&D at White Arkitekter AB, elected to IVA’s Building and Construction division.
Professor of Applied Surface Chemistry at Chalmers University of Technology, elected to IVA’s Chemical Engineering division.
, Professor of Food and Health at Chalmers University of Technology, elected to IVA’s Biotechnology division.
New Fellows are inducted once a year
IVA is an easily accessible expert body, independent of special interests, ideologies, and party politics.
IVA believe in and work to promote the capacity of people to positively impact society through technology and the engineering and economic sciences.IVA was founded more than a century ago and is the world’s oldest academy of engineering sciences. IVA brings together the knowledge and experience of some 1,300 inducted Fellows and 250 companies. The Academy’s 12 divisions nominate new Fellows. The inductees are then selected by the Assembly of the Academy, IVA’s highest decision-making body.