Södertörn University has converted to distance education – no teaching on university premises from Wednesday 18 March

The Swedish Government's recommendation is that all higher education institutions move to distance education from 18 March. Södertörn University has followed this recommendation and there is no teaching on university premises. Students are asked to stay updated about their course or programme via SH-StudyWeb. Staff and students can access the university premises with their keycards and both Infocenter and the library are open.

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2020-03-25

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Gustav Amberg

Professor

Vice-Chancellor

Gustav Amberg took over the post of Vice-Chancellor at Södertörn University on July 1, 2016.

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Gustav Amberg took over the post of Vice-Chancellor at Södertörn University on July 1, 2016. He has a doctoral degree from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and is Professor of Fluid Mechanics. Gustav Amberg was Dean of the KTH’s School of Engineering Sciences from December 2004 to March 2013, and was Vice President of faculty development and gender equity at KTH from 2008 to 2016. In the latter role he was responsible for developing career paths and support for faculty with the aim of creating an equitable environment for men and women, and providing the right conditions for excellence in education and research.

His research covers phase change, fluid flows, heat and mass transfer, surface tension effects, wetting, and electrokinetic liquid flow. His methods are primarily applied mathematics and numerical simulations. Much of the more recent work concerns microfluidics and fluid dynamics in microscopic dimensions, where surface forces such as surface tension or electrical forces may dominate. He also has a long-standing collaboration with materials scientists, studying solidification and solid phase transformations.

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