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31 January 2023

Ville Maisi, senior lecturer at the Deparment of Physics at Lund University’s Faculty of Engineering (LTH) and researcher at NanoLund, has been awarded a European Research Council Consolidator Grant worth SEK 28 million for the QPHOTON project. The research will focus on building microwave detectors over a five-year period.

25 January 2023

The interactions between molecules are the foundation of life and how we treat diseases using medicinal drugs. But what does it actually look like when a protein meets another molecule and binds to it? A new research project that has been awarded EUR 8.7 million by the European Research Council now aims to shed light on this elusive process. The [...]

20 December 2022

The board of the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) has decided to confer three new honorary doctorates. The new honorary doctors are Professor Ulla Vogel, Professor Ikhlaq Sidhu and the entrepreneur and business leader Yasemin Arhan Modéer.

20 December 2022

The Dean of LTH Annika Olsson and Professor Kimberly Dick Thelander have been inducted as new Fellows of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, together with other prominent researchers and experts in the private and public sectors.

19 December 2022

A meeting at the kitchen table, with lots of coffee and snus. And a donation of SEK 250 million. That’s what happened when Ingvar Kamprad met LTH’s dean in 1998 to talk about the future of industrial design education at the University.

16 November 2022

The Baltic Sea Flood 150 years ago, which swept away entire communities and caused several hundred fatalities, is almost forgotten today. Nonetheless, the Baltic Sea Flood is one of the worst natural disasters ever to strike the southern Baltic Sea. However, using lessons learned from history and new knowledge about storm surges in the wake of [...]

7 November 2022

The coast is changing. The sea is encroaching further inland, and the shoreline of childhood memory no longer looks the same. Climate change is impacting beaches and the sea, but time is also a factor.

21 October 2022

In his thesis work, Lund University Master's student Daniel Diaz Rivas shows that is possible to reconstruct the time-dependent polarisation of a very short pulse using a dispersion scan technique. Rivas recently recieved a price for best Master's Thesis by PhotonicSweden.

17 October 2022

Virtual reality might be the closest we can get to a time machine. For instance, it can be used to experience historical communities – such as the Iron Age city of Uppåkra in southern Sweden, according to LU researcher Mattias Wallergård.

14 October 2022

Four researchers from Lund University have been awarded considerable grants from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation – Mikael Akke from LTH is one of them. Over a five-year period, they will conduct major projects on allosteric signalling, more effective immunotherapy, secretive helper proteins and quantum entanglement.

5 October 2022

LTH's Dean Annika Olsson comments on the events in Iran, regarding the attacks on students and university staff.

23 September 2022

The lab that will take us closer to the aviation fuel of the future has now opened. The Jet Engine Lab at the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) makes it possible to conduct full-scale studies on how engines are affected by new fuels – knowledge that will become increasingly important when fossil-based aviation fuels are phased out and replaced by more [...]

22 September 2022

Lars Samuelson, professor of nanotechnology and semiconductor electronics at LTH and founder of NanoLund, is awarded the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences’ (IVA) Great Gold Medal for significant contributions to the Academy's field of activity. The award is presented by IVA’s patron, HM The King.

7 September 2022

Per Augustsson, Associate Professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at LTH, Lund University, has been awarded an ERC Proof of Concept Grant for his work on how liquids and cells behave in a sound field.

2 September 2022

When we all contribute to a good culture at LTH – through respect for each other’s differences and with a constructive spirit in different collaborations – we can also make a big difference to society, writes the Dean of LTH Annika Olsson in a welcome greeting to LTH’s students.