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Rydberg Core Laboratory

The Rydberg Core Laboratory (RCL) is an interdisciplinary laboratory at Halmstad University. Research conducted at the laboratory includes the natural sciences, associated applied sciences, and maths.

The Rydberg Core Laboratory was opened in 2004. It is named after the famous Swedish physicist and mathematician Johannes Robert (‘Janne’) Rydberg, who was born in Halmstad in 1854.

RCL is a stimulating research environment where innovative intra and interdisciplinary research projects can be carried out. Core activities at the laboratory are carried out as part of research at the Rydberg Laboratory for Applied Sciences (RLAS) RCL is made up of several smaller units, the Environmental Sciences Lab, Movement Lab, Energy Lab, Microscopy Lab, Photonics Lab, Mechanics Lab, Tribology Lab, and FabLab. Basic and applied research are carried out here, often in collaboration with partners from industry and wider society.

RCL is also a resource used by many of the courses at the University, and provides an opportunity for undergraduates and masters students to experience practical research as part of their education. The laboratory welcomes further collaborations with external institutions and businesses.

Today, RCL is run by the School of Business, Engineering and Science, and the School of Information Technology at Halmstad University.

Janne Rydberg (1854-1919)

Janne Rydberg (1854-1919)

Updated 2017-03-16