At Chalmers University of Technology, there are several researchers who can contribute to issues and answer questions relating to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Here is a selection:
This list is being continuously updated
Energy – prices, supply, adaptation, legislation
Europe’s adaptation to renewable energy has created an increased dependence on Russian gas. What will happen to the energy markets?
, guest researcher, Department of Space, Earth and Environment
Researches into modelling, analysis and risk analysis of the global energy system, including the gas market.
, Director of the Swedish Wind Power Technology Centre, which Chalmers is responsible for.
, guest researcher, Department of Space, Earth and Environment.
Research into models for energy systems and natural gas supply, including production, demand and market balance.
, Assistant Professor, Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Energy Technology.
, Associate Professor in science-, technology- and environmental studies at the Department of Technology Management and Economics..
, Professor, Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Energy Technology
, Research Professor, Technology Management and Economics
Director of Chalmers Energy Area of Advance.
, Researcher at the Department of Technology Management and Economics
The Corona pandemic put the production world under enormous pressure, not least due to disruptions in logistics chains. Now a new shock to the system has arrived. How are industrial players and their supply chains in Sweden and abroad affected? How well can Swedish industry withstand crises? What are the biggest challenges?
e, Professor and Head of Division Production Systems, Department of Industrial and Materials Science
Information technology and cyber attacks
Magnus Almgren, Associate Professor, Computer and Network Systems division, Department of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests include cyber security and information systems.
, PhD Student, Computing Science Division, Department of Computer Science and Engineering. He focuses on new methods to automatically detect and deal with vulnerabilities in complex software ecosystems.
Nuclear power, nuclear technology and safety
Will the war affect Swedish nuclear industry’s access to fuel? If Russia closes or drastically reduces the energy supply to Europe, several countries will be in a very difficult situation. Can nuclear power replace gas in part or in whole? What other risks and consequences connected to nuclear technology and reactor safety exists connected to the war?
, Professor, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Industrial Materials Recycling and Nuclear Chemistry
Teodora Retegan Vollmer
, Professor, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nuclear Chemistry/Industrial Materials Recycling
, Associate Professor, Nuclear Chemistry, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Architecture and Civil Engineering
Destruction of buildings – consequences, reconstruction, and cultural artefacts
, Professor Emeritus, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Architectural Theory and Methods. He has particular knowledge of the architecture and construction in Kiev and Odessa.
, Artistic Professor, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Building Design.
Mobile networks and radio communications
Erik Ström, Professor, Head of Division of Communications, Antennas and Optical Networks, Department of Electrical Engineering