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Ragnar Larsson is professor in computational material mechanics at Chalmers University. He is heading the division for material and computational mechanics.

The focus of the research is within continuum and material mechanics with emphasis on modeling/simulation of "localized deformation", such as crack propagation, using numerical methods (computational material and failure mechanics). Ragnar also works with porous materials modeling linked to interaction with fluid or gas phases.

The applications are in automotive safety (crashworthiness), machining and simulation of composite materials.

Dr. Linnéa Selegård is a PhD in Molecular Surface Physics and Nanoscience at  Linköping University and Surface and Corrosion Engineer at Saab AB.

Expertise in synthesis, modification and characterization of nanomaterials and its functionality.
Currently research leader in the area of Multifunctional- and nanomaterials at Saab Aeronautics and Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology at Linköping University.
Leads several projects in the area of nanocomposites where graphene and CNTs are explored as additives in composite materials. One of the projects is performed in a bilateral collaboration between Swedish and Brazilian partners. The aim is to combine simulations and experimental results to understand how graphene can improve mechanical and electrical behaviour of epoxy.

Ragnar Larsson is professor in computational material mechanics at Chalmers University. He is heading the division for material and computational mechanics.

The focus of the research is within continuum and material mechanics with emphasis on modeling/simulation of "localized deformation", such as crack propagation, using numerical methods (computational material and failure mechanics). Ragnar also works with porous materials modeling linked to interaction with fluid or gas phases.

The applications are in automotive safety (crashworthiness), machining and simulation of composite materials.

Dr. Linnéa Selegård is a PhD in Molecular Surface Physics and Nanoscience at  Linköping University and Surface and Corrosion Engineer at Saab AB.

Expertise in synthesis, modification and characterization of nanomaterials and its functionality.
Currently research leader in the area of Multifunctional- and nanomaterials at Saab Aeronautics and Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology at Linköping University.
Leads several projects in the area of nanocomposites where graphene and CNTs are explored as additives in composite materials. One of the projects is performed in a bilateral collaboration between Swedish and Brazilian partners. The aim is to combine simulations and experimental results to understand how graphene can improve mechanical and electrical behaviour of epoxy.