The members of Laserlab Sweden are local centres or organisations in Sweden that are operating unique laser research infrastructures, and are ready to contribute in fulfilling the mission and objectives of the network. Below we list the members of Laserlab Sweden, and by clicking on the node name, you can read more about each node.
The Lund Laser
Centre (LLC) is an organisation for interdisciplinary research and
collaboration in the fields of optics, spectroscopy and lasers at the
Lund University. At the LLC a broad range of activities are pursued
within several different research divisions and groups at the
engineering, sciences and medical faculties, and at the MAX IV
Laboratory. Interdisciplinary collaboration across borders,
organisational as well as scientific, is a guide star for the LLC. The
centre comprises today about 120 scientists, including 20 professors and
about 65 PhD students.
Research is conducted in a variety of fields including laser development, generation of short light and electron pulses, laser-plasma physics, attosecond physics, electron acceleration, nanophotonics, development of detection techniques for analytical laser spectroscopy, predominantly trace and ultra-trace gas detection, high-precision molecular spectroscopy, optical frequency comb spectroscopy, combustion diagnostics, breath gas analysis, refractometry, and biological physics.
Research in ultrafast magnetic and electronic processes. Band structure and transient reflectivity are studied in materials related to spintronics, photovoltaics, photocatalysis, quantum dots, and 2D materials such as graphene.
Laserlab Stockholm was established on the basis of KTH Laserlab infrastructure facility. The facility comprises of well-established labs at KTH which do research in quantum electronics, material science and expanding range of cross-disciplinary applications of laser radiation using unique tools and methods enabled by the coherent light sources. The Stockholm Laserlab maintains extensive collaboration network with research groups at Stockholm University, Karolinska Institute, research institutes RISE and FOI as well as industrial partners.