Physics professor named Chemistry Europe Fellow

In recognition of his scientific contributions, Professor Patrik Johansson at the Department of Physics has been named a Fellow by Chemistry Europe.
Awarded biannually since 2015, the Chemistry Europe Fellows program honours exceptional members of the Chemistry Europe societies who have made a significant contribution through their support, research, creativity, and innovation. The Fellows Class of 2020/21 consists of 27 individuals.

Patrik Johansson is one of Sweden's most prominent battery researchers, with a focus on exploring new concepts and solutions for batteries.

"I truly appreciate this token of recognition for my research that truly is chemistry, physics and materials science combined, but even more so I sincerely value the work that Chemistry Europe does for science – making it accessible and for everyone," says Patrik Johansson.

About Chemistry Europe
Founded in 1995, Chemistry Europe is an association of 16 chemical societies from 15 European countries, representing over 75,000 chemists. It publishes a family of high-quality scholarly chemistry journals and the ChemistryViews magazine.
Chemistry Europe’s press release about their Fellows Class of 2020/21.

Read more about Patrik Johansson’s research
Batteries of the future in focus for Distinguished Professor grant.

For more information, please contact:
Patrik Johansson, Professor, Division of Materials Physics, Department of Physics 

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