Our strengths are fuelled by numerous intimate relationships with partners in the business world– medicine, communication and the automotive industry to name a few. As we strive to use science and technology to advance sustainability in the world around us, we are reminded of the motto of our founder, William Chalmers.
The development of 5th generation mobile broadband systems, 5G to replace today's 4G, is in full swing. Chalmers is part of a two-year project that brings together industry and academia to develop a common global standard for future vehicle communication.
Schottky diodes fabricated at the Nanofabrication Laboratory at the Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience – MC2 – are becoming important components of the second generation weather satellite space project MetOp, scheduled for launch in 2019
By utilizing terahertz waves in electronics, future data traffic can get a big boost forward. So far, the terahertz (THz) frequency has not been optimally applied to data transmission, but by using graphene, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have come one step closer to a possible paradigm shift for the electronic industry
Stiftelsen Promobilia, the Promobilia Foundation, has granted 6.6 million SEK over four years to Assist. Prof. Max Ortiz Catalan to support the establishment of the Biomechatronics and Neurorehabilitation Laboratory for translational research
Chalmers and the Challenge Lab won the European prize at the GUPES Green Gown awards 2016.The GUPES Green Gown Awards are the most prestigious recognition of environmental and sustainability best practice within the further and higher education sectors.
A group of researchers at Chalmers University, Department of Physics, has discovered a completely new way of using lasers to accelerate ion beams. In time, the new technique could possibly give more people access to advanced cancer treatment. The results were recently published in the high impact journal Physical Review Letters.