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Nanostructured Materials

Welcome to Nanostructured Materials. The group was established 1 April 2007 and is a division at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM), Linköping University, Sweden. The scientific aim of the group conforms to the material science paradigm: understanding of the synthesis, microstructure evolution and fundamental knowledges of material properties of nanostructured materials of industrial interest. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about group and the interdisciplinary field of materials. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

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Latest paper

Impact of anharmonic effects on the phase stability, thermal transport, and electronic properties of AlN
N. Shulumba, Z. Raza, O. Hellman, E. Janzén, I.A. Abrikosov and M. Odén
Physical Review B 94 (2016) 104305


New PhD in Nanostructured Materials

On 31 May, Jing Yang successfully defended her thesis entitled Grinding effects on surface integrity, flexural strength and contact damage resistance of coated hard metals. Congratulations!

New Catalysis Project

2016 starts with the decision by Energimyndigheten to grant Prof. Magnus Odén’s application: Catalysis for CO2-converted Fuel.


On 9 Nov, Phani Kumar Yalamanchili will defend his PhD thesis entitled Multiscaled materials design of hard coatings for improved fractue resistance and thermal stability in Planck, Fysikhuset, Campus Valla. Dr. Jon Molina, IMDEA Materials Institute, Spain, will be the opponent.

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Last updated: 01/25/16