Maths Karlsson is Associate Professor at Chalmers. Prior to his appointment at Chalmers (2011), he was employed as a scientist at the European Spallation Source in Lund (2008-2011), where he, outstationed to the Institut Laue-Langevin in Grenoble, France, was engaged in the development of new neutron scattering methods. He has also been a visiting scientist at Iowa State University (2004) and University of California in Santa Barbara (2012-2013). His research group focuses on studies of various fundamental aspects of structure and dynamics in functional - mostly energy relevant - materials, such as ionic conductors and luminescent materials, with a view towards their application in various technological devices (e.g., solid oxide fuel cells, batteries, solar cells, and light-emitting diodes). A unifying theme in almost every aspect of this research is the goal to develop a detailed understanding of the coupling of the materials' functional properties to their atomic-scale structure and dynamics. The primary tools to this end involve the use and development of a broad range of neutron scattering techniques, and vibrational spectroscopy, often complemented with computer modelling by collaborating research groups.
Maths is member of Chalmers Faculty Senate and he is vice chairman of the Faculty Assembly of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Furthermore, he is chairman of the Swedish Neutron Scattering Society (SNSS) and the Swedish delegate of the European Neutron Scattering Association (ENSA).
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