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Petter Lundberg

Petter Lundberg
I like to find innovative methods to combine various sensors and techniques to study movement, behaviour and/or physiology. My aim is that the knowledge we gain from my research will contribute to better management and conservation. My focus is marine predators, such as Spiny dogfish, Greenland sharks and Atlantic bluefin tunas. However, my interest extends through the entire food web in all types of environments.


I’m a physics with an aquatic passion, born and raised in the Swedish north. I have a broad interdisciplinary background, with one foot in physics and material science, and one in marine biology and scientific diving. From observing to understanding, such challenges intrigue me—especially when it includes fieldwork. I hope to contribute with innovative solutions that help us understand our world better, and this with respect for our planet and all its inhabitants.


2015—2020 PhD in Experimental Physics at Umeå University, Sweden (my thesis)

2009—2014 MSc in Engineering Physics at Umeå University, Sweden (my thesis)

Selected publications

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A few favourites:

D. Palm, P. Lundberg, L. Persson, J. Losee, T, Brodin and G. Hellström. Lake survival of hatchery-reared adfluvial brown trout—A case study in a large natural lake in Sweden. River Research and Applications, 2024,

A. P.H. Bose, E. S. McCallum, M. Avramović , M. G. Bertram, E-L. Blom,
D. Cerveny, S. N. Grønlund, J. Leander, P. Lundberg, J. M. Martin,
M. Michelangeli, L. Persson, and T, Brodin. Pharmaceutical pollution disrupts the behavior and predator-prey interactions of two widespread aquatic insects. iScience, 2022, 10.1016/j.isci.2022.105672

J. Ràfols-Ribé, X. Zhang, C. Larsen, P. Lundberg, E. M. Lindh, C. Thu Mai, J. Mindemark, E. Gracia-Espino, and L. Edman. Controlling the Emission Zone by Additives for Improved Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cells. Advanced Materials, 2022, 10.1002/adma.202107849                          

C. Larsen, P. Lundberg, S. Tang, J. Ràfols-Ribé, A. Sandström, E. M. Lindh, J. Wang, and L. Edman. A tool for identifying green solvents for printed electronics. Nature Communications, 2021, 10.1038/s41467-021-24761-x

P. Lundberg, Y. Tsuchiya, E. M. Lindh, S. Tang, C. Adachi, and L. Edman. Thermally activated delayed fluorescence with 7% external quantum efficiency from a light-emitting electrochemical cell. Nature Communications, 2019, 10.1038/s41467-019-13289-w

S. Tang, A. Sandström, P. Lundberg, T. Lanz, C. Larsen, S. van Reenen, M. Kemerink, and L. Edman. Design rules for light-emitting electrochemical cells delivering bright luminance at 27.5 percent external quantum efficiency. Nature Communications, 2017, 10.1038/s41467-017-01339-0

P. Lundberg, E. M. Lindh, S. Tang, and L. Edman. Toward Efficient and Metal-Free Emissive Devices: A Solution Processed Host Guest Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cell Featuring Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2017, 10.1021/acsami.7b07826


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