Department of Applied Physics

The Department of Applied Physics is one of the largest departments in the School of Engineering Sciences. We're situated in AlbaNova University Center and Science for LIfe Laboratory.

The research at Department of Applied Physics is primarily experimental and often multi-disciplinary. Topics range from biological and medical physics over optical physics to applied quantum physics. Prominent areas include the science and technology of bioimaging, biomolecular spectroscopy, solid-state lasers, non-linear optics, ultrasonics, x-rays, nanostructures and nanoelectronics.

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Applied Physics Day 2014

Welcome to join Applied Physics Day, November 26 at AlbaNova, FD5, 5th floor.

For more information, please read the invitation here:

Frontiers in Life Science Technologies at KTH

Don´t forget to register for the KTH Life Science Technologies platform day / workshop “Frontiers in Life Science Technologies at KTH” , 27th of November here in Albanova!

Last day for registration is on Friday (21/11)!

The workshop has an excellent list of both external and internal speakers (see enclosed flyer with program). The special theme for this year’s workshop is “Technologies for Personalized Medicine and Health” and should be considered in a broad and inclusive sense.



Master Programme Engineering Physics

Master Programme

Engineering Physics

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Defense of dissertations

Defense of dissertations

Heike Hevekerl successfully defended her thesis on April the 29th!

Aziza Sudirman successfully defended her thesis on May the 21st!

Lei Xu successfully defended his thesis on June the 10th!

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