Welcome to Magnus' research page
We explore nanophysical phenomena and their use in novel applications, such as new types of biosensing methods. Focus is on metal nanostructures, which interacts strongly with light through charge oscillations known as plasmons. Other research interests include developing new nanofabrication techniques, nanofluidics and surface chemistry for sensing applications.
I am currently an assistant professor at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linköping University, Sweden. Before that, I was a postdoc as a Wenner-Gren Fellow in Prof. Cees Dekker´s group at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. My PhD studies were performed in Prof. Fredrik Höök's group at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Interested in joining our research?
We are always interested in enthusiastic master students to join our interdisciplinary research, as well as postdocs with own funding. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
News and events
Nov 2014: Paper published in Nano Letters on DNA translocations through plasmonic nanopores.
Oct 2014: 33.6 MSEK to organic electronics (Xavier Crispin, Magnus Berggren, Igor Zozoulenko and more) from Knut and Alice Wallenberg foundation.
Sep 2014: Magnus Berggren (head of the laboratory) receives the Marcus Wallenberg Prize from the Swedish king.
Aug 2014: I started as assistant professor at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linköping University.
Feb 2014: Paper on plasmon-enhanced four wave mixing in nanoholes published in Optics Letters (Hagman et al.).
Dec 2013: Presentation at the MRS 2013 Fall meeting (US).
Sep 2013: We received a 2.5MUSD NIH Advanced Sequencing Technology award to further develop our plasmonic nanopore research the coming years (with prof. Aksmientiev in Illinois).
Laboratory of Organic Electronics
Dep. of Science and Technology (ITN)
SE-601 74 Norrköping
updated 8/9 2014
Keywords: Nanoplasmonics, Nanoplasmonic Sensing, Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance, Nanofabrication, Nanoholes, Nanopores, Bioanalytical sensing, Artificial Cell Membranes, Surface-enhanced Raman scatterin, Structural changes, nanoplasmonic structural sensing