The department provides courses in engineering, mathematics and natural sciences at first-cycle and second-cycle level and also a preparatory study programme: Natural sciences/technical foundation year programme.

Research, education and collaboration

Research is conducted in materials science, applied physics and mathematics, and construction science. Research and education are carried out in close and continuous collaboration with actors from both the private and public sectors. Research is done in close collaboration with international partners. Please contact us if you have suggestions for collaborations with our researchers or students.

Preparatory study programme: Foundation year programme

A place on the foundation year programme guarantees the student a place on one of our Bachelor of Science in Engineering study programmes. 

Naturvetenskapligt/tekniskt basår

Bachelor programmes

Master programme

Computational Materials Science, master's programme (två år)

Materials science

The subject includes the possibilities of materials and the durability of products. We work closely with companies in this field, for example, in aerospace, the steel industry and the packaging industry. The research focuses on durability issues, phase conversion, hydrogen embrittlement and advanced construction materials with, for example, laminates and welds, as well as catalysts. Research is also conducted on differential equations, medical image analysis, ecosystem analysis, biomechanics and biofilms. We perform material characterisation by using e.g. mechanical tests, microscopy and diffraction techniques.

Applied physics and mathematics

The research investigates theoretical and computational modelling in several fields of application in atomic physics, astronomy and mathematical application.

Construction science

We explore the possibilities for resource-efficient and sustainable community-building. We study the design, construction, dimensioning and use of buildings in order to carry out production and management, among other things. Research and development are done in close cooperation with the construction industry and society. Examples of research and development areas are: indoor environment; BIM usage and tools; knowledge portal for the construction industry in new construction; teaching materials and pedagogical development in construction production; risk and occupational safety analyses in workplaces; quality assurance in production.

Current research projects

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The department is part of the Faculty of Technology and Society. On the faculty page. you can read more about our educational and research environments and opportunities for collaboration.

Faculty of Technology and Society

Contact information

geo position Niagara, Nordenskiöldsgatan 1
phone icon 040 665 70 00
time The Niagara building is open Mon-Fri 08:00-16:00