Office: Q205; Phone: +46 (0)46 222 1494
E-mail: magnus.borgstrom [at] ftf.lth.se
Magnus T. Borgströms's research group focuses on the epitaxial growth, processing and characterisation of nanostructured materials with the aim to understand and control their synthesis for applications in photovoltaics, energy-saving devices such as LEDs, and artificially engineered biological media. Specific research topics include:
- fundamental studies of the mechanisms of epitaxial growth of III-V and III-N materials, including nanowires.
- evaluation of the electro-optical material properties of nanostructures.
- impurity doping of semiconductor nanowires.
- processing for synthesis of nanostructures with controlled dispersion and geometry.
- interaction between nanowires and biological media.
Magnus is responsible for a course in the third year of the Engineering Nanosciences program at the Faculty of Engineering, as well as a graduate course on metal-organic vapour-phase epitaxy.
Magnus is also the coordinator for the nanoenergy research area at NanoLund. He came to Lund in 2007 from Philips Research Laboratories in Eindhoven, Holland, where he held a Marie-Curie postdoctoral fellowship for two years, prior to which he carried out postdoctoral studies at ETH, Zürich.
See Magnus's personal NanoLund web page for details.