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  • Quotes

    We show that rewiring nerves to different muscle targets in a distributed and concurrent manner is not only possible but also conducive to improved prosthetic control.
    Max Ortiz Catalan
    I feel honoured and humbled to have been given this task and am grateful to have been entrusted with leading Chalmers’ further development towards international excellence
    Martin Nilsson Jacobi
    Neodymium and dysprosium usage has increased by around 400 and 1,700 percent respectively in new cars over the period, and this is even before electrification had . ren.
    Maria Ljunggren, Associate Professor in Sustainable Materials Management, Chalmers
    More and more countries are promising that they will phase out coal from their energy systems, which is positive. But unfortunately, their commitments are not strong enough
    Aleh Cherp
    Modern aircraft propellers usually have two to four blades, but we’ve found that by using six blades designed using our optimisation framework, you can develop a propeller that’s both relatively efficient and quiet.
    Hua-Dong Yao, Associate Professor and researcher in fluid dynamics and marine technology, Chalmers University of Technology,
    It was magical when we saw with our own eyes that it worked on the first attempt,” Matic said. “When we observed the lithium creating big structures, like huge needles, it was almost like being in a lunar landing project. We’ve been wanting to observe the inner workings of batteries in real time for so long. And now we can.
    Aleksandar Matic, Professor, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology
    The idea is that users shouldn’t need much prior knowledge. It should be enough for a company to have a problem which they’ve heard might be solved by a quantum computer. The Quantum Helpdesk will help them from there.
    Chalmers Professor Per Delsing, Director of the Wallenberg Centre for Quantum Technology (WACQT).
    This is a radically new way of generating electricity from solar energy. It means that we can use solar energy to produce electricity regardless of weather, time of day, season, or geographical location. It is a closed system that can operate without causing carbon dioxide emissions.
    Kasper Moth-Poulsen, Professor, Chalmers University of Technology.
    For 15-20 years, people have studied how the laws of thermodynamics might be modified by quantum phenomena, but the search for a genuine quantum advantage in thermodynamics is still open
    Simone Gasparinetti, Assistant Professor at the Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience, Chalmers University of Technology and Principal Investigator of the Wallenberg Centre for Quantum Technology
    If you look at consumer technology, it could be quite possible within a few years to manufacture smartphones, laptops or electric bicycles that weigh half as much as today and are much more compact. We are really only limited by our imaginations here.
    Leif Asp, Professor at the Department of Industrial and Materials Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology
    This investment will ensure that Sweden and Chalmers remain at the global forefront in quantum computing
    Per Delsing, Director of Wallenberg Centre for Quantum Technology, Chalmers University of Technology
    This cellulose thread could lead to garments with built-in electronic, smart functions, made from non-toxic, renewable and natural materials
    Sozan Darabi, doctoral student in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology
    We have found the grammar rules for the genetic language, where perhaps before we only knew the vocabulary
    Aleksej Zelezniak, Assistant Professor at the Department of Biology and Biological Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology
    This concept for creating controllable ultrastrong coupling at room temperature in relatively simple systems can offer a testbed for fundamental physics. Ultrastrong coupling enables a variety of intriguing physical phenomena.
    Timur Shegai, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology
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