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Per Eklund

Senior Lecturer

Senior Lecturer (Universitetslektor), Linköping University,
December 2012 – ongoing.
Group Leader, Energy Materials Group
ERC Starting Grant holder, SSF Future REsearch Leader, Wallenberg Academy Fellow
~120 publications, ~2800 citations, h index 28. (Aug. 2017)
ResearcherID: www.researcherid.com/rid/B-7677-2011
 

Telephone: +46 13-28 89 40

Mail: perek@ifm.liu.se

Publication List on DiVA

Previous employment (after PhD)
Assistant Professor (Forskarassistent), Linköping University
October 2008 – November 2012 (leave of absence 20081001-20081231)
Visiting Professor (Professeur Invité), Université de Poitiers, Poitiers, France
June-July 2010 [also June - July 2015]       
Visiting Senior Researcher (Chercheur Invité), Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), LEM-ONERA, Châtillion, Paris, France, July - December 2008 (part time 50 %)
Postdoctoral researcher, Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNano), University of Århus, Denmark, June 2007 – December 2008
Ph. D. 2007-05-10, in Materials Science, in particular Thin Film Physics
“Multifunctional nanostructured Ti-Si-C thin films”.
 
Docent degree (habilitation / associate professor qualification):
Docent Lecture March 22, 2010: “Thermoelectric materials or How to use solid state physics, thermodynamics, and nanotechnology to stop global warming and travel to Mars
Degree approved March 30, 2010

Awards and honors
Elected Inaugural Member of the Young Academy of Sweden (2011-16)
World Economic Forum Young Scientist 2013
AVS Paul H. Holloway Young Investigator Award 2013                                                  2 kUSD
Carl XVI Gustaf’s 50-årsfond (HM the King’s 50th anniv. foundation) 2013                      100 kSEK     
Ingvar Carlsson Award, SSF (Sw. Foundation for Strategic Research)                              3 MSEK
Bodycote Price Paper Competition 2006 – Winner (Best Paper)                                          5 kUSD
Royal Academy of Sciences - Graduate Student Award (2006)                                           7 kSEK
Royal Academy of Sciences - Graduate Student Award (2005)                                           7 kSEK
 

 


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