Erik Edlund

Post Doc, Theoretical Physics, Department of Physics

Erik Edlund is a PhD-student in the Complex Systems group since 2010 and works mainly on developing theory for self-assembling systems. This field aims for a fundamental shift in materials science and fabrication by moving the focus from top-down techniques to a method where constituents are designed such that they spontaneously form desired structures. The group uses a combination of analytically solvable models from statistical physics and Monte Carlo simulations. Erik lectures in the course Simulation of Complex Systems.
​Erik lectures in the course Simulation of Complex Systems (FFR120/FIM750)

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