Chalmers University of Technology
Chalmers University of Technology is a foundation-funded college based in Gothenburg and which pursues education and research at an internationally high level. Chalmers has sustainable development as its driving force and common thread throughout the University. Chalmers conducts research and takes on major, complex societal challenges by pooling expertise with other players in society.
The university is well-known for providing an effective environment for innovation and has 13 departments. It has a strong international character with close collaborations with universities all over the world. Situated in Gothenburg, Sweden, Chalmers has 10,300 full-time students and 3,100 employees.
The metals research institute Swerim conducts needs-based industrial research and development concerning metals and their route from raw material to finished product. Our vision is a fossil-free and circular industry.
RISE has over 50 years’ experience in corrosion research, and we have more than 100 specialists working on diverse assignments – from large-scale scientific research projects on the cutting-edge of today’s knowledge to temporary applied consulting work, damage investigations, corrosion testing, and training courses. In everything we do, we strive to increase value for our customers and work towards a sustainable society.
- Göteborg Energi
- Stockholm Exergi
- Siemens Energy
- Babcock & Wilcox Renewables
- Valmet Technologies
- Sumitomo SHI FW Energia
The 17 member companies comprise both major international enterprises and small development companies. They include energy providers, boiler makers, producers of gas turbines, fuel cells and materials producers, entrepreneurs, consultants etc.
The generic, generally applicable research conducted at HTC forms a valuable part of the companies’ internal research and development efforts concerning the new problems they are constantly faced with in their product development and contacts with customers. This means HTC contributes to the greater global climate benefit and the development of Sweden’s industry.