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Rydberg Laboratory

The Rydberg Laboratory is a cross-disciplinary core facility hosted by Halmstad University. The research activities at the laboratory cover natural sciences, related technical sciences, and mathematics.

The Rydberg Laboratory was inaugurated 4 november 2004. The laboratory is named after the famous Swedish physicist and mathematician Johannes Robert (Janne) Rydberg born in Halmstad 1854.

The Rydberg Laboratory forms a stimulating research environment where novel inter- and cross-disciplinary research projects are carried out. The laboratory is a research core facility operated by the School of Information Science, Computer and Electrical Engineering and the School of Business and Engineering at Halmstad University.

The research equipment available at the Rydberg Laboratory is collected within the following units located at different sites on the campus area:
  • Biology/Ecology
  • Biomedicine
  • Chemistry
  • Microwave Technology & Interfermetry
  • Physics
  • Topography

The Rydberg Laboratory is also a resource in teaching activities in many of the large number of educational programs offered at Halmstad University. The laboratory furthermore welcomes collaboration with external institutions and companies. The laboratory is controlled by an advisory group consisting of leaders of the different research groups, the directors of the two schools, and the chairman of the research board of natural sciences and technology.

Janne Rydberg (1854-1919)

Janne Rydberg (1854-1919)

Updated 2014-03-13