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Organisation

NanoLund is a truly cross-disciplinary research centre, engaging in total more than 300 researchers from more than 25 divisions (at the Faculty of Engineering (LTH), the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Medicine). The research is organised into research areas that revolve around our key resources Lund Nano Lab, Lund Nano Characterization Labs and Nanoeducation.

NanoLund is headed by a Board that has the overall responsibility for the Centre, decides on allocation of funds, makes decisions about membership, and defines strategy and priorities. A Management Group is responsible for day-to-day management and long-term planning. Each research- and resource area has a coordinator and a co-coordinator, who have important roles in coordinating the activities and guiding the environment. The centre is advised by an international Scientific Advisory Board and by an External Advisory Council with members from society, academia and industry.

Overview of NanoLund organisation structure

NanoLund updated the research areas 1 February 2022. The scheme above shows the new structure. The research pages are still (partly) presented according to the old structure. They will be updated during the spring. 

Organisation chart

Detailed organisation chart of NanoLund (PDF, 683 kB, new window)