Eva Olsson Group

The Eva Olsson research division is involved in the design and tailoring of materials to enable new sustainable solutions for energy harvesting, energy storage, energy consumption, catalysis, quantum technology and the use of soft matter in applications such as coatings for controlled drug release and solar cells.

About the group

The function of the materials depends on the atomic structure where individual atoms play a role and also their exact position. We are using high spatial resolution imaging, spectroscopy and in situ techniques to quantitatively study the material structure (including techniques with high spatial precision in determining the position of atoms (1 pm), high energy resolution to determine electronic structure and high spatial precision in situ for electrical, mechanical, optical and thermal manipulation) and correlate the structure to properties. 

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Eva Olsson
  • Full Professor, Nano and Biophysics, Physics