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Henrik Olsson received his PhD 2014 in engineering science with specialization in nanotechnology and functional materials from Uppsala University. He is currently a researcher at Uppsala University, focused on the development of sustainable and organic matter based energy storage.
Martin Sjödin received his PhD 2004 in Physical Chemistry. He is an expert on organic matter based electrical energy storage systems and is specialized on charge transfer in molecular and polymeric systems. Dr. Sjödin is the scientific coordinator of the Sustainable Batteries consortium and he has long experience in electrochemical characterization of energy storage systems.
Erik Jämstorp Berg
Erik Jämstorp Berg received his PhD (2012) in engineering science with specialization in nanotechnology and functional materials from Uppsala University. He is currently working on energy storage and conversion as a post-doc at Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland.
Maria Strømme became a Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Research Fellow in 2002 and obtained the Chair position in Nanotechnology at Uppsala University in 2004, as the youngest technology Chair professor in Sweden. Her current work focuses on developing nano materials and methods for applications within the life sciences and for energy storage and includes development of new diagnostic principles, implantable materials, drug delivery systems and materials for charge separation and storage.
Leif Nyholm, who since 2001 holds a position as professor of Analytical Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry-Ångström Laboratory at Uppsala University, has published within the fields of electrochemistry, separation science and electrospray mass spectrometry. His current work involves research on paper-based charge storage devices, electrodeposition of nanostructured Li-ion battery materials, Li-ion microbatteries and bipolar electrochemical devices.
Published Online: 2014-11-15
Published in Print: 2014-12-01