Nuclear Physics

Lund University

Joakim Cederkäll

Joakim Cederkall, Professor

Docent (habilitation) in Physics.
Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics, KTH.
M.Sc. in Engineering Physics, KTH.

Originally from Stockholm. Studied for the M.Sc. and Ph.D. at the Royal Institute of Technology.

Continued to do research in nuclear physics after the Ph.D. as associate research scientist at Yale University in New Haven and during the following three years as physics fellow in the Physics Department at CERN in Geneva. Thereafter researcher for the Max-Planck Institute and the Ludwig Maximilian University stationed at CERN. Earned the habilitation in 2002 and came to Lund as assistant professor in 2004.  Was offered a position as staff research physicist in the Physics Department at CERN in 2005 and spent three more years in Geneva. Qualified during this period as full professor in section 29 (constituants elementaires) of the Conseil National des Universites (CNU), France. Returned to Lund University in the fall 2008 and was tenured as associate professor in the Physics Department at Lund University in January 2009 and became full professor in October 2010.

Main research area is nuclear physics and nuclear astrophysics using exotic ion beams. Is Swedish representative in the ISCC at CERN and is also active in building the Swedish participation at FAIR/GSI with focus on the R3B and HISPEC/DESPEC experiments.

Teaches in addition to doing research. Has some 20 years of experience from different aspects of teaching at universities and research institutes in Sweden and abroad including supervision of Ph.D. students.

Publications in Web of science. 

Contact details when at CERN

Phone: 046-222 7685


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