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Atmospheric corrosion: In situ studies of the solid/atmosphere interfacial regime (Professor Christofer Leygraf)

Period: 1999-01-01

Most environmentally related physiochemical processes take place at surfaces of solids (often a mineral or metal oxide) that are wet or moist. The ubiquitous aqueous adlayer formed on solids in » more
Atomic and molecular physics using synchrotron radiation (Professor Elisabeth Rachlew)

Period: 1988-01-01

The project investigates the structure and dynamics of small molecules using synchrotron radiation with applications to chemical physics, astrophysics, fusion research and environmental research. The » more
Audiovisual-to-articulatory speech inversion - ASPI (Professor Björn Granström)

Period: 2005-11-01 - 2008-10-31

Audiovisual-to-articulatory inversion consists in recovering the vocal tract shape (from vocal folds to lips) dynamics from the acoustical speech signal, supplemented by image analysis of speaker's » more
Auroral electrodynamics at high altitudes using multi-point measurements (Professor Göran Marklund)

Period: 2001-01-01

The project aims at investigating the dynamic and complex interaction processes between the solar wind and the magnetosphere-ionosphere system of Earth, driving aurora and substorms. How the aurora » more
Auroral electrodynamics at mid and low altitudes (Professor Göran Marklund)

How the aurora is formed and maintained is a key issue in auroral physics. This is studied by means of in situ measurements of electric fields, currents, and particles by sounding rockets and mid- and » more
Biologically derived new generation ultra-high-density patterned magnetic recording media (Lyuba Belova)

Period: 2005-01-01

Since 1957 when IBM introduced the first disk drive, the areal density of magnetic disk recording has been increased over 2 million times by linear scaling of dimensions of the head, medium and » more
Biomechanical signal transduction: Cellular studies enabled by microstructures (Professor Hjalmar Brismar)

Period: 2005-01-01

In this project we develop techniques and methods for studies of cells in asymmetric environments, mimicking some of the features the living organism gives. We use a combination of live cell » more
Bulk metallic glasses - the flawless material (Professor K Venkat Rao)

Period: 2007-04-01 - 2009-03-31

Bulk metallic glasses (BMG) are a new class of materials having outstanding properties. They approach theoretical mechanical strength, have excellent anti corrosion properties, can be magnetically » more
Carbide grain growth (Professor John Ågren)

Period: 2007-04-01 - 2009-03-31

The hardness of cemented carbides may be drastically increased by reducing the WC particle size. However, even when a small grain size has been achieved prior to sintering it is difficult to avoid » more
Cell programming by nanoscaled devices - CellPROM (Professor Hans Hertz)

Period: 2004-03-01 - 2008-02-28

The vision of this project is to develop a new generation of nano-biotechnological equipment, the CellPROMs. As the EPROM (Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) paved the way towards the broad » more
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