Evaluation of the Swedish condensed matter physics, 2004

The Council for Natural and Engineering Sciences (NT) at the Swedish Research Council decided early in 2004 to evaluate the research within Swedish Condensed Matter Physics. A panel of international experts was appointed in April 2004, with a Swedish chairperson as well as a Swedish secretary. The expert panel was provided with written reports by the research groups and divisions in Sweden working within the area.

Site visits took place during December 2–10 2004. During this time, the groups under review presented their research activities to the panel. The present document reports the findings and recommendations of the expert panel.

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