Martin Magnusson

Senior Lecturer

Research

Martin H. Magnusson received his PhD in physics from Lund University in 2001, with a thesis on aerosol-based manufacturing of metal and semiconductor nanoparticles. Following graduation, he coordinated the startup of Pronano AB, a nanotechnology research institute. He was later recruited to the spin-off company Sol Voltaics AB, to build an R&D team for a new project on nanowire-based solar cells. Here, he co-invented Aerotaxy technology, a high-throughput method for nanowire growth. He returned to Lund University as associate professor in 2013 and continues Aerotaxy research on the academic side. He is also director of studies for the five-year Engineering Physics MSc program at the Technical faculty and deputy head of the Department of Physics.

Recent research outputs

Sara M. Franzén, Magdalena Tasić, Christian B.M. Poulie, Martin H. Magnusson, Daniel Strand & Maria E. Messing, 2021 Dec 1, In: Scientific Reports. 11, 1, 9276.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Sudhakar Sivakumar, Axel R. Persson, Wondwosen Metaferia, Magnus Heurlin, Reine Wallenberg, Lars Samuelson, Knut Deppert, Jonas Johansson & Martin H. Magnusson, 2021, In: Nanotechnology. 32, 2, p. 25605

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Knut Deppert, Sudhakar Sivakumar, Axel Persson, Wondwosen Metaferia, Reine Wallenberg, Magnus Heurlin, Lars Samuelson, Jonas Johansson & Martin H. Magnusson, 2020 Aug 31.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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