Condensed Matter Physics

Research in condensed matter at Linnaeus University is done in the Condensed Matter Physics (CMP) research group. We deal primarily with theoretical studies of nanomagnetism, spintronics and molecular electronics.

Ongoing projects include nanospintronics at the atomic level with single-molecule magnets in single-electron transistors, magnetic impurities in semiconductor nanostructures and novel Dirac's materials such as graphene and topological insulators. These novel quantum systems can be employed for the physical realization of quantum computation. Thermoelectric transport in molecular junctions is also investigated.

The Condensed Matter Physics group is a part of the Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering at the Faculty of Technology. We are located on the third floor of the building Magna, Pedalstråket 11, in Kalmar, and in building B and D, Vejdes Plats 6, in Växjö.

Active projects

Below, please find a list of our active projects.

Linnaeus Physics Colloquium

Linnaeus Physics Colloquium is a series of seminars delivered by renowned researchers in physics. The seminars normally take place in building Magna in Kalmar, but can also be attended through link in building D in Växjö, or live through Zoom, Se each seminar below for information.



  • Anna Pertsova, Postdoc,
  • Elena Tagliabue, Master Student,
  • M Reza Mahani, Doctoral Student, current position: Postdoc,
  • Faluke Aikebaier, Master Student, current position: Doctoral Student at the University of Jyväskylä,
  • Vahid Azimi Mousolou, Doctoral Student, current position: Lecturer
  • Javier Nossa, Doctoral Student, current position: Postdoc
  • Shirin Hakimi, Master Student,
  • Olof Strandberg, Doctoral Student
  • Lukasz Michalak, Doctoral Student