Prof. Jonas Tegenfeldt, PhD

Solid State Physics

Diploma Projects

 
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Projects are typically interdisciplinary with subjects including but not limited to micro- and nanofluidics, Lab on Chip, analytical separation, single-molecule detection, dielectrophoresis, etc.

The Master Thesis is commonly the last part of your undergraduate education. It consists of independent work based on your own ideas or on a task given by your advisor. The work can be theoretical, experimental or somewhere in between. The Master Thesis corresponds to 30 credit points, which in turn corresponds to 20 weeks of full-time work. The work is commonly full-time over one semester or half-time during two semesters. It may also be possible to pursue a one-year fulltime thesis.

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Contact information Lund:

 

Jonas Tegenfeldt


Office Q142
Division of Solid State Physics
Department of Physics
Lund University
Box 118
SE-221 00 Lund
Sweden

Visiting address:
Professorsgatan 1
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Office Phone: +46-(0)46-222 8063 (forwarded to mobile phone)
Fax: +46-(0)46-222 3637
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Optics and fluidics labs (Q129 and Q112)
Soft lithography (PDMS) lab (Q126)
Super resolution microscopy (STED) lab (Q115)

Short CV:


2014 - present Full Professor at Solid State Physics, Lund University

2008-2014 VR-financed "RĂ„dsforskare" (Eng: Senior Research Fellowship Award)

2003-2008 VR-financed "Forskarassistent" (Eng: Assistant Professor)

2007 Docent (Associate Professor) in Solid State Physics

1998 - 2003 PostDoc at Princeton University

1997 PhD in Solid State Physics Lund University

1991 MSc in Engineering Physics / Materials Science Uppsala University

1986 Swedish Defense Institute of Language (Military Service)


Research interests

Micro and nanotechnology to address life science problems.

 

  • Separation science
  • Nanofluidics
  • Polymers in confined environments
  • Tools for single-cell biology
  • Super resolution microscopy (STED)