IV-6 – Synchrotron and Neutron techniques for the study of ion-conducting materials


Organizers: Sandrine Lyonnard (CEA), Gerard Gebel (CEA), Alexei Sokolov (University of Tennessee, Knoxville).

Maths Karlsson

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Maths Karlsson received in 2007 his Ph.D. in Physics from Chalmers University of Technology, where he has chosen to continue his career after three years (2008-2010) at the European Spallation Source. His research centers on investigations of fundamental key aspects of structure and dynamics of energy relevant - mostly hydrogen containing - oxides, such as proton and hydride-ion conductors, with a view towards technological applications. The research is mainly experimental in nature and involves as the primary tools neutron scattering and vibrational spectroscopy.