04/2021 MoU JMS Center for Research Utilisation | Alminica AB and The Institute of Physics, Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan on exchange in utilisation from research and innovation to create more innovation capacity to build competence with researchers, contribute to bring research findings closer to business, empowerment of female researchers, create entrepreneurial culture with researchers and innovators, as well as to create more sustainable exchange approaches in research, innovation, entrepreneurship between Pakistan and Sweden. (210402)
04/2021 Talk at 9th International Conference on Semiconductor Materials and Nano Devices, ICSMAND 2021: Health, Energy and Environment, April 1-2, 2021, Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology, Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan. Talk title: “Silicon carbide as research and innovation avenue” (210401)
03/2021 Keynote Lecture 2nd iiScience International Conference 2021, Recent Advances in Photonics and Physical Sciences, March 29-30, 2021, GC Women University, Faisalabad, Pakistan. Talk title׃ “New approaches of silicon carbide as research and innovation avenue” (210329).
03/2021 Summer course (In Swedish) Framtidens Miljöteknik; Will also be given in the autumn. Read more here.
03/2021 Panel member in session “Innovative Solutions in Medicine” at TechBharat 2021 about healthcare solutions, healthtech and innovation. Watch panel discussion here and visit the start-up event here. (210306)
02/2021 intervju with Young Professionals Society about technology and innovation. See intervju here.
02/2021 invited speaker at the Sixth International Conference on Advances in Functional Materials 2021 – Development of functional materials for a better world, Sono Belle, Jeju South Korea, Feb 15-17, 2021. Talk title “Knowledge sharing and innovation capacity to facilitate utilisation of research in advanced materials and nanotechnology materials”.
02/2021 guest lecture in course at Aalto University, Finland | PHYS-E0582 – Art, Science and Business Perspectives of Nanotechnology in Energy Applications. See video of lecture here.
2020-2023 partner H2020 EU-FET Open (FET – Future emerging technology in the EU program RIA – Research and Innovation action) project on frequency comb (SiComb). The project demonstrates a ground-breaking ultra-broadband frequency comb which is chip-based and one of the solutions to increase the network capacity using less energy. Besides, increasing the capacity of network technology, the new silicon carbide-based optical chip will also have important impacts on many other scientific and engineering areas such as quantum optics, quantum computing, sensing, and imaging. This is also why innovation knowledge and transfer activity becomes an added value. A frequency comb is an instrument that creates very short light ultrafast pulses using a laser and can measure wavelengths down to 15 decimal places. The high accuracy means that it can be used in, for example, atomic clocks and GPS devices, while the broad usefulness comes when using this technique to transmit data (a faster and more energy efficient internet). The FET-Open projects are cutting-edge high-risk / high-impact interdisciplinary research with essential characteristics like Radical vision, Breakthrough technological target, Ambitious interdisciplinary research. Read project coordinator press release here and visit project homepage here.
2020-2021 SME support APM Technologies AB related to Stress-free Wire Arch Additive Manufacturing (SWAAM) process.
2020-2021 SME support ACS Bond AB related to operations of manufacturing and development of advanced compound semiconductor materials for semiconductor technologies and optoelectronics.
2019-2020 SME support Simea Optic AB related to high temperature pressure sensor that could have a profound impact on automotive energy systems as it is identified as a key component to boost efficiency and improve control accuracy of engines at higher temperatures. A 5% fuel saving in automobile sector provides a profound energy saving and has direct effect on lower CO2 emission. The potential is expanded since the sensor is also attractive for marine industry and biofuel based engines. The robustness and temperature properties of SiC material in membrane make the sensor applicable in petrochemical, oil, gas, and similar harsh environments.
2017-2018 Smart Specialisation (RIS3) expert for Region Östergötland in Baltic Sea Region project EmpInno (Empowering for Innovation and Growth in Medium-Sized Cities and Regions) which focussed on network of RIS3 specialists, sharing good practices for innovation and growth. It includes developing tools and producing report for organisational coaching tool to increase its capacity to work with the RIS3; RIS3 feedback paper to provide feedback and recommendations from the project activities and experiences to the regional strategy owner to improve the RIS3.
2016-2018 procured by Region Östergötland (Sweden) for working group supporting implementation of smart specialisation in Region Östergötland in the focus area “advanced materials”. The working group activity led to the establishment of “Innovative Materials Arena (IMA)“.
Participated as researcher in EU projects (on SiC materials growth) CHALLENGE (H2020), MANSiC (FP7), ESCAPEE (FP6).