Teodora Retegan Vollmer


Photographer: Mia Halleröd Palmgren/Chalmers

“Nuclear engineering programmes are being phased out across Europe, as there are not enough students. Instead of each educational institution trying to offer its own programmes, we will merge and create a sustainable, long-term educational network across Europe,” says Teodora Retegan Vollmer, Professor in Nuclear Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and Chalmers’ representative for the EU project A-Cinch.

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