The Chemical centre, or Kemicentrum, is one of the largest centres for chemistry research and education in Scandinavia. The Chemical centre encompasses all areas of chemistry within the Natural science Faculty (NF) and the Faculty of Engineering (LTH), which are a part of Lund University. The Chemical centre is located In the nothern university campus in Lund, about 8 minutes by bus from the town centre.
The Chemical centre is comprised of three departments:
Department of chemical engineering (in Swedish)
The bachelor's and master's programmes in chemistry are part of the Department of chemistry.
The department of chemistry is organised into four research centres consisting of one or several divisions that either belong to NF or LTH. These are the research centres/divisions that involved in the NF chemistry education. They in turn often consist of several research groups and research projects.
Education management and organisation
Chemistry education at the Department of chemistry is lead by a Director of studies, to which this has been delegated by the Head of department who is ultimately responsible, and a committee for education (GU-committee). The administration for the organisation includes a study advisor and a study administrator, as well as a lab engineer that maintains and prepares the course labs on floor 0 for labs carried out there. Every area of chemistry has a Head Lecturer (HUL), which is responsible for monitoring education in that area.
The chemistry education also includes roughly 30 teachers that are also researchers in its various courses.
Every area of chemistry has a head lecturer (HUvudLärare in Swedish, or HUL), who is responsible for monitoring education within that area. Below you find the contact information for all HUL at chemistry:
Biochemistry and Structural biology