Associate Professor (Lektor)
Office: C377B; Phone: +46 (0)46 222 1410
E-mail: martin.magnusson [at] ftf.lth.se
Martin Magnusson's research is in materials physics directed towards semiconductor nanostructures, using experimental and numerical methods, with a special interest towards photovoltiacs. His background is in aerosol-based methods, which are used to create nanoparticles and nanowires directly in the gas phase:
- Nanowires grown by Aerotaxy
- Nanoparticle design in the aerosol phase
- Reactor design and realization
- Numerical modelling of reactors
- Processing for nanowire-based photovoltaics
- In-situ characterization methods for gas-borne nanoparticles
Martin also teaches classes for the undergraduate program Engineering Nanoscience.
Martin currently holds a position as lecturer (assistant professor) since 2013. He was previously with Sol Voltaics AB, where he built up the company’s photovoltaics team, coordinated the R&D effort for nanowire processing, and co-invented the aerotaxy process.
See Martin’s personal NanoLund web page for more details, group info, CV, and publications.