Experimental atomic physics is an excellent ground for a future career in academia, industry, consulting companies or governmental agencies. In order to see where you may end up after a Ph. D. within the group we present a list of previous members, with some information about their present position.
Ph. D. Pontus Andersson, Post Doctoral Researcher
Vera Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Vienna, http://isotopenforschung.univie.ac.at/index.php?id=1571
Research of laser based Isobar separation techniques for ultra-rare isotope analysis, ion source and particle detector development.
Ph. D. Peter Klason, Researcher
SP Technical Research Institut of Sweden, www.sp.se
Research and teaching in metrology and measurement of process applications (e.g. flow, temperature, volume and density measurements).
Ph. D. Ulric Ljungblad, Research & Development Engineer
Arcam AB, www.arcam.com/
System development of machinery for Rapid prototyping of parts for implants and aerospace industries. Responsibilities include project management of technology development and marketing communication.
Ph. D. Andreas Klinkmüller, Researcher
Leibniz Universität Hannover, www.nmp.uni-hannover.de/
Reasearch in biooptics.
Ph. D. Gunnar Haeffler, Senior Scientist/Project Leader
Astra Zeneca, http://www.astrazeneca.se/
Project leader with focus on technical improvement projects, mainly related to process measurement technologies and instrument data.
Fil. Lic. Petter Hagberg, Senior consultant and technical architect
Sigma Kudos, www.sigmakudos.com/data/
Project management and innovation in vehicle diagnostics for heavy vehicles.
Ph. D. Jonas Enger, Headmaster
School development. Responsible for economy, staff and student contacts.
Ph. D. Karin Fritioff, Radiation safety officier
Strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten (SSM), www.stralsakerhetsmyndigheten.se/
Nuclear powerplant inspections, coordinate research projects. Member of The Swedish Radiation Safety Authorty´s organisation for radiological accidents.
Ph. D. Joakim Sandström, Lecturer
Sundlergymnasiet Vårgårda Kommun
Teacher in mathematics and Physics. Responsible for the engineering program and main teacher in physcics.
Docent Mattias Goksör, Associate professor, Göteborgs universitet, www.physics.gu.se/forskning/komplexa-system/biophotonics/
Teaching and research.
Research in in single cell analysis using optical manipulation, microfluidics and bioimaging.
Docent Kerstin Ramser, Associate professor
Luleå Tekniska universitet, www.ltu.se/csee/2.3318
Teaching and research.
Development of sensors to detect and diagnose prostate cancer and to develop a new technique for studying Hemoproteins under hypoxic conditions.