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Unit of Hultgren Laboratory - contacts and staff

If you wish to get in touch with anyone at the unit of Hultgren Laboratory for Materials Characterisation you can find our contact information below.

Address

The unit is located at Brinellvägen 23, Stockholm.

Contacts

Head of unit

Coordinator

Lab Manager

Vacant

Team Leaders

Micro-nano structure characterisation Property characterisation Thermal analysis
Mohammad Hoseini Athar
Mohammad Hoseini Athar post doctor smmha@kth.se Profile
Peter Hedström
Peter Hedström professor, head of unit pheds@kth.se +4687906217 Profile

We work at the unit

  Last Name First Name Title Phone
Hedström Peter Professor, Head of Unit +46 8 790 62 17
Mehta Bharat Post doctor
McCluskey Denise Project Coordinator +46 8 790 88 32
Zeng Kaiyang DOKTORAND
Rolinska Monika Doctoral student
Sten Stella PHD STUDENT
Heshmati Nader Doctoral student
Zhou Tao Researcher
Hoseini Athar Mohammad Post doctor
Cai Chen PHD STUDENT

Additional staff and guests

Dr Sonia Guehairia, soniague@kth.se, is a Post Doc in our unit, specialising in research involving Atom Probe Tomography characterisation.

We also currently have 3 visiting researchers: Yanqui Ma (yanqima@kth.se), Nianshuang Qui (nqui@kth.se) and Xiaoyu Yang (xiaoyyan@kth.se)

Announcing 3 PhD student and 3 postdoc positions within sustainable metallic material research using advanced characterisation and/or modelling.

Our team is expanding its metallic materials research related to sustainability challenges such as electrification of the transport sector, sustainable manufacturing and alloy design for circularity.

Our research expansion is part of major initiatives in advanced material characterization and/or modelling of process-structure-property relations in metallic materials with complex microstructures. This means we can offer candidates a position within a collaborative international research team with the ambition to conduct cutting-edge research together with an extensive network of collaborators in other universities, research institutes, companies and large-scale research infrastructures.

We are looking for people who are interested in bringing their knowledge and further developing their competence in the fields of advanced materials characterization and/or materials modelling and who could contribute to cutting-edge research in mechanical/physical metallurgy. Some of the main objectives of the research positions are: (a) to develop and implement advanced lab-scale and large-scale (synchrotron and neutron facility) characterization methods, e.g. micromechanical testing, TEM, SAXS, WAXS, 3DXRD, SANS; (b) to probe relations between processing, structure and properties through in-situ/ex-situ methods, and (c) to develop and validate multiscale computational models such as CPFEM and CALPHAD-based models using advanced characterization input.

Projects can be tailored to suit your interests.

If you hold either an MSc or PhD in materials science or a related field and you are interested in exploring challenging research questions, we are interested in receiving your application.

  • Read more about the 3 PhD positions here  and apply soon!
  • Read more about the 3 post doc positions here  and apply soon!