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Welcome to the Doctoral student network digital lunch seminar, 12:00-13:00, 3 November 2021.

Session Theme: Swedish Electric Transport Laboratory – SEEL


About Martin G. H. Gustavsson
Martin has a Ph.D. degree in Physics and has a profound experience of product management and business development in telecommunication. He has for several years at RISE been involved in research and innovation on electromobility and electric roads systems. He is currently engaged as research director for Swedish Electric Transport Laboratory – SEEL.


About The Swedish Electric Transport Laboratory – SEEL
SEEL is a test centre for research and development in the field of electromobility and is owned and run by Chalmers and RISE as a joint venture. SEEL will establish three facilities – in Gothenburg, Nykvarn and Borås. The aim is to consolidate efficient knowledge development and improve the conditions for collaboration in the field of electrified transport in Sweden and Europe. Actors in the automotive, aerospace and maritime sectors plus other companies developing technology in relevant areas will gain a common platform on which to meet and will jointly benefit from the knowledge development and technology shift currently taking place. Researchers from universities and institutes will at the same time gain access to advanced research infrastructure in the field of electromobility. The test centre will be operational by 2023.



About the Doctoral student network digital lunch seminars
During these seminars various aspects of electromobility will be dealt with, based on Academy, Industry and Society perspectives. The seminar series consists of short presentations followed by discussions and opportunities for networking.

We welcome all our partners to attend the digital lunch seminar between 12:00-13:00, 3 November via Teams. Register to make sure you get a seat!

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When: 3 November, 2021 12:00-13:00
Where: Online via Teams. Invitation will be sent later.
Questions: Please email