• 2022-01-14

    Launch of new courses for professionals

    CTF, Service Research Center at Karlstad University, are expanding their range of flexible courses for professionals. Registration is now open for courses in digitalisation, customer journey and idea management, two of which are offered for the first time. The courses will start at the end of January and registration is open until 18 January.

    Registration is now open for the first courses of the spring term aimed at working professionals. More courses will be available later in the year.

  • 2022-01-11

    Research on more efficient organic solar cells

    The research on organic solar cells at Karlstad University takes another step forward, thanks to a research grant from the Swedish Research Council.

    - We are going to study the molecular interactions between the electron donating and the electron accepting molecules, says Ellen Moons, Professor of Physics and leader for the research project. We believe that this interaction is crucial for both the structure formation and charge transfer at the interface between donor and acceptor, and that it affects the efficiency of the solar cells.

  • 2021-12-10

    The importance of cooperation when managing customer complaints

    In his doctoral thesis, Proactivity in Service Failure and Service Recovery, Jasenko Arsenovic has focused on the process of managing customer complaints.

    Taking care of your customers is at the core of the retail business. A greeting or just a friendly smile can make people open their wallets a little bit more. The first 30 seconds in a store is crucial for the customer’s impression of the place. But it is possible to rectify a bad first impression.

  • 2021-12-06

    Edgardo Luna: CIDD Double Degree Scholarship Second-prize winner 2021

    Edgardo Luna is from El Salvador and has also lived in Mexico. Thanks to the double degree programme in Mathematics with Karlstad University and Università degli Studi dell’Aquila he has now also experienced living in Italy and Sweden.

    - During the programme, I became fluent in Italian and learnt the basics of Swedish. At the moment, I am working as an academic writer for a university back in El Salvador. The next step in my career is to study a PhD.

  • 2021-11-29

    Dilan Kilic - finalist in Female Leader Engineer

    Female Leader Engineer is a development programme for female engineering students with the potential to acquire leading positions in the business world. Dilan Kilic, student at Karlstad University, was one of the ten finalists.

    Female Leader Engineer is an award based on a vision of a gender equal power balance in the world of business. For the award Female Leader Engineer, twenty young engineering students are chosen from Sweden’s best universities.

  • 2021-11-24

    Solar cell research with a new direction

    Over the last decade, perovskites have received much attention in solar cell research all over the world. Perovskite solar cells combine the benefits of the high performance of conventional silicon solar cells and the low cost of polymer-based solar cells. It sounds like a winner, but there is still much research to be made before it is possible to produce perovskite solar cells commercially.

    - Perovskite has a significant potential as a photovoltaic material with high power conversion efficiencies, says Ellen Moons, professor of Physics who is heading the research.

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