Lund University Science Village office

The Faculty of Science's and LTH's joint project office for LU's Science Village establishment

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Thank you for the past year!

As the year is about to end, we at the Science Village Office are looking back on the past year and talk about the next step in the establishment of Lund University in Science Village.   

Consultation, scope proposals and the way forward

During early spring, faculty coordinators Knut Deppert and Charlotta Turner worked on scope proposals with six different scenarios for how a chemistry and physics establishment could look like in Science Village. More than 50 meetings with approx. 1000 people in different constellations were held. The scope proposal with scenarios 5 and 6 was sent out for consultation in the spring and we received well thought out and carefully prepared responses from you, for which we are grateful. Many thanks also for the work you put into the risk analysis of the establishment. Thanks to you, the faculties are able to progress in the process. The Faculty of Science and LTH have chosen to proceed with one of these scenarios, scenario 5, and in October a request was sent to the Vice-Chancellor for further investigation.

Live talks on Zoom

The SV-Office has not only reviewed the consultation responses, but also organised several breakfast and lunchtime Talks on different topics, led by the SV-Office’s coordinator Eva Åkesson. The latest call, Sven Lidin, Dean of the Faculty of Science, and Annika Olsson, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) discussed the opportunities and challenges to establish in Science Village. We were particularly pleased to hear that several of you watched the recording in lunch and coffee rooms, together with you colleagues! The SV-Office will return with more live recordings and new guests in 2023. This year’s talks (on your right) can be viewed and are available with both Swedish and English subtitles.

28/10 Lunch talk at the Science Village office with Annika and Sven: opportunities and challenges for the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science

16/2 Morning Talk: scope proposals for the establishment

5/4 Morning Talk: what’s going on in Brunnshög

Open Houses, visits and other activities

Visits to the SV-Office have been numerous, ranging from intensive working meetings and workshops to spontaneous visits and drop-ins at our Open Houses. We have received visitors from the University of South-Eastern Norway, Paris-Saclay University in France and Malmö University, interested in LU’s establishment. Our guests have had the opportunity to play a little as they built houses with blocks and Lego and read Donald Duck on a visit to “KVAX IV”. Thank you to everyone who visited us – we are grateful for the contribution to ideas, thoughts and your commitment to the process.

During the year, the SV-Office has also exchanged experiences with Chalmers, Ångström, MAX IV, Skissernas and with Nanolab Science Village, which is one step ahead of stage 2. We have met with several researchers at LU, including from Architecture and Built Environment, in order to make use of internal expertise. It is not possible to describe everything the SV-Office has done during 2022, but it has been a fantastic year of learning which we will make use of in the future process for the Science Village establishment.

Exhibition and information on the Science Village establishment

The material and maps produced to visualise Lund University in the Science Village and the establishment process has been put together in a travelling exhibition. It will be displayed at various faculties, departments and other venues on campus in 2023. If you would like the exhibition to be visible at your premises, please contact us.

The Science Village office moves

The Science Village office will move from IKDC to the Faculty of Science Office. If you would like to visit in 2023, the new address is: Astronomihuset, Sölvegatan 27 in Lund. We are looking forward to a co-location, new colleagues, even closer collaboration and more opportunities to reach out with information, both at the Faculty of Science and at LTH.

Continued investigation prior to the establishment in Science Village (updated with English translation)

Yesterday, 15 December, Lund University Vice-Chancellor Erik Renström decided that the faculties can proceed with the establishment. A steering committee has been appointed, chaired by Pro Vice-Chancellor Per Mickwitz. The Dean of the Faculty of Science and the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering (LTH), a representative from LU Estates and a student representative will be part of the steering committee. The steering commitee will make sure that the project progresses, the timetable is kept and decide on working groups. With the decision from the Vice-Chancellor, project leader and assistant project leader will be appointed by the faculties. Work will speed up after the holidays so that the timetable of acitivities can be presented by 1 March 2023 followed by the comprehensive external and internal plans (lokalprogram) which needs to be completed by 30 December 2023.

2022-12-15 Continued investigation of Lund University’s establishment of activities in Science Village (pdf 223 kb, opens in new tab).

Us, working at the SV-Office, are looking forward continuing to support LTH and the Faculty of Science in establishing activities in Science Village.

The SV-Office would like to say Thank You to all who have participated and engaged in the work during the year. We wish you all Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!

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December 16, 2022

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The establishment in Science Village – the next step

At the beginning of October, the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) jointly submitted a formal request to the Vice-Chancellor of Lund University to continue investigating the establishment of activities in the Science Village. This request was discussed at the Vice-Chancellor’s Management Council last week, on 24 November, and it is hoped that the Vice-Chancellor will shortly decide on further investigation. 

Recently, the faculty management teams have held several meetings to discuss how to proceed. They have agreed that the work will be carried out in a project form and are now discussing how the project team will be put together. The plan is to identify project leaders, other relevant skills and to establish a project plan, once clearance for further investigation has been received. 

The establishment in Science Village is of great strategic importance for the faculties, therefore both Annika Olsson, Dean of LTH, and Sven Lidin, Dean of the Faculty of Science, will be part of the project steering group. Representatives from the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Physics, as well as student representatives, will also be involved.

To link the continued work closer to the regular activities of the faculties, the faculty leaders have also agreed to slightly change the role and mission of the Science Village office. In future, the office will work primarily on issues related to the detailed planning work for the establishment, the location of Skåne University Hospital in Lund and the university’s campus plan 2050.

From next year, all employees in the office will be based at the faculty offices, where they will continue to have tasks related to the Science Village establishment.

We at the Science Village Office look forward to continuing our work on the establishment together with everyone involved.

November 29, 2022

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Welcome to Open House at the Science Village-office – this time with a touch of Christmas!

Welcome to this year’s last Open House at the Science Village office – this time with a Christmas touch! We are opening the doors to the office at IKDC on Wednesday 14 December between 12.30-15.30. We are premiering our small exhibition which contains maps, images and videos showcasing what is happening in Science Village.

We will serve coffee, thé, gingerbread cookies and mulled wine (non-alcoholic) while guiding you through the exhibition. Everyone is welcome!

Event Information:
What: Open House at LU’s Science Village office
Where: Ingvar Kamprad Design Center (IKDC), Sölvegatan 26
When: Wednesday 14 December
Time: 12.30-15.30 (drop-in)
Who: Everyone is welcome!

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November 28, 2022

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Help improve the Science Village office blog and communications!

The Science Village office wants to hear from you, on how it can improve the blog and ways to reach out with relevant information. Give your feedback by filling out the below communications survey. The form takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. All collected answers will play in to how the office works with communications and the blog moving forward.

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About the Science Village office communications
Ever since the SV-office opened its doors in the summer of 2021, we have worked to reach out with information about Lund University’s establishment process in various ways. The office uses among other things this blog to reach out with current information and about public events. We are also on social media such as @SVoffice_LU on Twitter and Instagram (@svoffice_LU), and use established communication channels within the university to reach out to interested parties.

If you have any questions, please contact Cecilia Schubert, Communications Officer at the Science Village office: cecilia.schubert@science.lu.se.

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November 24, 2022

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The University’s Science Village establishment: are there any updates?

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Faculty Coordinator Knut Deppert has been working on the Science Village establishment by coordinating all parties at LTH, organising workshops and discussions to move forward with the process. Image by C. Schubert

Interview with Knut Deppert, Faculty Coordinator at the Science Village office with a focus on LTH. Knut gives an update related to Lund University’s establishment in Science Village while reflecting on his role in the ongoing work.

What’s going on right now in the establishment process, Knut?

In September the Faculty Boards at both the Faculty of Science and LTH jointly submitted a request to the Vice-Chancellor to continue investigating “Stage 2” of the University’s establishment in Science Village while looking specifically at “Scenario 5”.

Scenario 5, would you mind explaining what that is?

Charlotta Turner, Faculty Coordinator with a focus on the Faculty of Science, and I, together with the rest of the Science Village office, drew up different scenarios regarding how much of the organization could be established in Science Village, and at what pace the establishment should be done. At the same time, we have also looked at the pros and cons of the various scenarios.

We initially produced four different scenarios. These proposals were then reworked and reduced to two – Scenario 5 and 6 – after workshops and dialogues with LTH, the Faculty of Science, student unions, and other supporting-institutions within the University organization.

Scenario 5 means that Nanolab Science Village will be established during Stage 1, without waiting for Stage 2. The next step will be, as part of Stage 2, to get the current Department of Physics and almost all of Chemistry jointly established on an approximate area of ​​40,000 square meters in Science Village.

Activities proposed to continue to be developed at the current Department of Chemistry are Chemical Engineering, Food Technology, Engineering and Nutrition, Division of Biotechnology and Applied Microbiology. Part of the basic higher education, which is conducted by Chemical Engineering and Food Technology, will thus stay at the Department of Chemistry for possible later establishment at Stage 3.

An answer from the Vice-Chancellor is expected at the end of November and then we can go from “if and when” we will establish ourselves in Science Village, to discussing HOW we will do it. That will be exciting!

What else is happening right now?

Apart from waiting on that, LU Byggnad have started working on volume studies, meaning different alternatives on how to place buildings in Science Village where LU could be placed as per Detail Plan 4. The work is therefore progressing and it is interesting to explore how high or wide the University could look on site.

Nanolab Science Village will be located on the land included in Detailed Plan 2 (DP2), and we are currently looking at Detailed Plan 4 (DP4) as the future location for LU’s operations. See picture below. A detailed plan is the municipality’s governing document and governs how the land in a given location may be used.

How has your and Charlotta Turner’s role been during this process?
Us Faculty Coordinators have worked intensively on developing the different scenarios for establishment and then revised these based on dialogues and workshops with those concerned. The work has led to increased discussions within the faculties, which I see as positive.

What has been the most fun but also the most challenging about your work?
Being a pioneer in a work that is not always clear nor simple, and trying to understand the process and get everyone involved, have been challenging but also interesting!

The hardest part has been that there are so many different parties in the process. There have sometimes been different ideas and visions for the establishment. So, the most challenging about this has been getting everyone on the same track towards a common goal.

Interview by Cecilia Schubert, Communications Officer at the Science Village office

Read more about this in the Mapping report on the Faculty of Science’s and LTH’s establishment in the Science Village (in Swedish, PDF, new window, 2,8 MB).

November 21, 2022

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Watch the Lunch Talk: opportunities and challenges for LTH and the Faculty of Science

On Friday 28 October, we were joined by Annika Olsson, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering (LTH), and Sven Lidin, Dean of the Faculty of Science, to talk about the opportunities and challenges of establishing the Faculty of Science and LTH in Science Village. Where are we in the decision-making process? What dreams do Annika and Sven have for our extended campus – and what risks do they see with the establishment? They talk about this and much more in the video below.

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Captions in both English and Swedish can be selected in the settings (‘the gearwheel’). Please note that the English translation is in part automatically generated, a technique that gets better the more we use it.

Talks at the Science Village office

The Science Village office offers a series of talks with invited guests that address topics related to Lund University’s Science Village establishment but also campus development in general. The moderator is Eva Åkesson, Coordinator of the Science Village office.

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November 8, 2022

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28/10 Lunch talk at the Science Village office with Annika and Sven: opportunities and challenges for the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science

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On Friday 28 October, we will be joined by Annika Olsson, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering (LTH), and Sven Lidin, Dean of the Faculty of Science, for a talk at the Science Village office – this time at lunchtime. We will talk about the opportunities and challenges of establishing in Science Village for LTH and the Faculty of Science. You are warmly welcome to participate via Zoom! The talk will be held in Swedish but will be published with English captions afterwards here on the blog.

Read also: Finally! Requesting further investigation

What: Live talk at the Science Village office
When: Friday 28 October at 12.00-12.45
Where: Zoom, registration required – register here
For whom: anyone interested
How: register and receive a Zoom link by email. Anyone attending Zoom can ask questions in the chat.
Language: the conversation will be held in Swedish but will be published afterwards with captions in both Swedish and English. If you know of a tool for real-time translated captions – please tell us!

Contact: linnea.morth@science.lu.se

Watch the recorded Morning talk from 5/4 about what’s going on in Brunnshög
Watch the recorded Morning Talk from 16/2 on scope proposals for the establishment

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October 21, 2022

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Open House 19 October 12.30-15.30

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Welcome to Open House at the Lund University’s Science Village office! We open our doors at IKDC on Wednesday 19 October between 12.30 and 15.30. Come and check out what we do, have some “fika”, build a house in LEGO and ask questions.

Everyone is welcome!

What: Open House at LU’s Science Village office
Where: Ingvar Kamprad Design Center (IKDC), Sölvegatan 26
When: Wednesday 19 October at 12.30-15.30 (drop-in)

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October 14, 2022

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Finally! Requesting further investigation

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A vision for Science Village. Source: TMRW och FOJAB Arkitekter

UPDATED WITH TRANSLATED DOCUMENTS 14 OCTOBER 2022

The Faculty Boards of the Faculty of Science and and the Faculty of Engineering, LTH, have decided to request to the Vice-Chancellor of Lund University to further investigate the establishment of the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science in Science Village. The further investigation will be guided by the fact that the current area will be less than the current approximately 40,000 sq.m. for the activities included in scenario 5 and that further investigation will determine the scope of activities and the number of sq.m.

Continued investigation prior to the establishment in Science Village (pdf, 187 KB)

Report

As a basis for the decision, the Science Village office has compiled a report, consisting of a summary of the consultation responses with SWOT analyses, risk and impact analysis, PM Premises and Financing, and mapping of the current situation and assessed development with consequences for the establishment in the Science Village (see also Back to school… what happens now?).

Mapping report (pdf, 2 MB)
PM Scope proposal including stages (pdf, 255 KB)

Be patient – we are in a planning phase

Intensive planning work is being done at the faculties, the Science Village office and LU Estates. The next blog post will go into more detail about what will happen, how it will be done, when and by whom. Be patient, we are in a planning phase! The Vice-Chancellor and the faculties need time to decide on further investigation, organisation and give input to the work that is to be done. Things will clear up, and everything will be dealt with in the right order. We will get back to you!

Do you have any questions or want to meet us at the Science Village office? Email svkontoret@rektor.lu.se or contact one of us directly. Subscribe to our blog to make sure you don’t miss any news.

October 7, 2022

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Science Village at Kulturnatten

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This saturday Kulturnatten in Lund, the Culture Night, returns. Welcome to Open House at the Lund University Science Village Office, or join a virtual tour of Brunnshög in the VR lab!

Where: Ingvar Kamprad Designcentrum (IKDC), Sölvegatan 26.
When:
September 17 at 14:00-17:00
Travel by tram to Ideontorget

Mingel and “pyssel” at the Lund University Science Village Office 14:00-17:00
Curious about Lund University’s establishment in Science Village, Brunnshög? Welcome to mingel, look at maps, build with LEGO and help us answer the question “what makes a great place?”.

Virtual tour of Brunnshög 15:00-16:00
Join Christian Wilke, architect at Lund municipality, on a virtual tour of Brunnshög. The tour takes 15 minutes and you need to book it in advance: Read more and book a tour at LTH at Culture Night 17 september | Lunds universitet

Mer about Kulturnatten på Brunnshög

Read more about Kulturnatten in Brunnshög and at Lund University in the links below (all sites are in Swedish):
Kulturnatten på Brunnshög | Kulturnatten Lund
Kulturnatten 2022 på Lunds universitet | Lunds universitet
Naturvetarstråket på Kulturnatten | Lunds universitet
Kulturnatten på IKDC | Lunds universitet

September 13, 2022

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Back to school… what happens now?

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We at the Lund University Office hope you had a great summer. Welcome back!

We have compiled a report for the Faculty Boards at LTH and the Faculty of Science to approve the scope proposal, which will then be submitted to the Vice-Chancellor in October. The report consists of a summary of consultation responses with SWOT analyses, risk analysis, a PM on fascilities and financing, and an analysis of the current situation and assessed development, including consequences for the establishment in Science Village.

The consultation responses and the risk analysis have been discussed extensively at the Faculty of Science and LTH in various constellations.

Read also: One year at the Science Village office

What’s next?

The Vice-Chancellor can then instruct the faculties to continue the investigation and provide data with activity descriptions, planning of the premises, and preliminary room data sheets in collaboration with LU Building. Thereafter work will begin on preperaring for landlord procurement. Read more about public procurement in the fact box below.

Contact us

Welcome to visit us at our office at the Ingvar Kamprad Design Centre (IKDC) on Sölvegatan 26. Dates for Open House, Morning Talks and other events this autumn will be posted regularly. Subscribe to our blog by scrolling to the bottom of this page, typing in your email adress and pressing the “subscribe” button.

If you want to book a meeting, get a presentation, ask questions etc, email us at: svkontoret@rektor.lu.se, or see more contact details at Contact the office.

About public procurement

Public procurement shall ensure that organisations within the public sector open their purchasing to competition. This is to ensure that tax funds are used as effectively as possible and that businesses within the European Union can trade with public sector stakeholders on equal terms.

For major procurements, which entail a duty to advertise, the public is also given insight into the process and how their taxes are being used. In other words, it is easier to check whether purchases are made for business rather than personal reasons.

Source: The National Agency for Public Procurement

August 22, 2022

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Summer greetings – one year at the Science Village office

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The Science Village office celebrates one year and wishes you a great summer!

A year has passed since we opened the doors to Lund University’s Science Village office at IKDC. Much has happened since then:

  • Several workshops were arranged in late 2021 with the Dean of the Faculty of Science, the Deputy Dean of LTH and representatives from research, education, support functions and from student unions.
  • Four proposed scope scenarios were developed by the Faculty Coordinators, and were later revised during the dialogues to two new proposed scope scenarios: scenarios 5 and 6.
  • A large number of dialogues and discussions with representatives from different parts of the organisation (staff and students) in early spring – about 1000 people.
  • Two scope proposals, scenarios 5 and 6, were sent for consultation between 17 February and 12 April, to a total of 86 addressees including all faculties.
  • The responses from the consultation round were compiled and summarised.
  • Risks were identified during the dialogues and complemented by the consultation responses. An analysis group with representatives from education, research, support activities and students from both faculties was appointed to develop and describe the identified risks. The faculty managements at LTH and the Faculty of Science have further developed the risks, and added risk assessments and action descriptions with responsible parties.

Approval of the scope proposal is expected in September/October by both Faculty Boards and then it will be submitted to the Vice-Chancellor. We look forward to the Vice-Chancellor giving us green light for the next step so that we can move forward with the activity descriptions and planning of the premises this autumn.

We have a lot of important work ahead of us. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your good cooperation over the past year, and we are very pleased with the great interest in Lund University’s establishment in Science Village. We look forward to meeting you all again in August! If you need to get in touch with us this summer, please email us at svkontoret@rektor.lu.se.

For the curious, there is a lot going on in Science Village and Brunnshög. This spring, The Loop and Space both had sod turning ceremonies. And check out the Nobel Park, the Knowledge Park and Hage. They are certainly worth a visit!

The Science Village office wishes you a happy summer!

July 1, 2022

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The establishment of the Departments of Physics and Chemistry in Science Village – the perspective of the Heads of the Departments

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Fysicum and Kemicentrum, the current buildings hosting the Departments of Physics and Chemistry.

Text by Leif Bülow, Head of the Department of Chemistry, and Joachim Schnadt, Head of the Department of Physics.

Chemistry and physics are very close in terms of subject matter. According to Nationalencyklopedin (NE), chemistry is “the science of the composition, properties and transformations of material substances” while physics is “the science that studies the structure of matter at the fundamental level and its behavior under different conditions.” Many times, chemists and physicists work with the same issues, but they use different, complementary languages ​​and different, again complementary, approaches to address these issues. They usually use the same theoretical and experimental methods but use them in different ways to find answers.

Leif Bülow (left) and Joachim Schnadt (right)

Strangely enough, the subject proximity is something that is almost invisible in most educational programmes at both LTH and the Faculty of Science, with the exception of the master’s engineering program in technical nanoscience. The connection is clearer on the research side, where there are quite a lot of collaborations in various projects and issues. Additionally, the subject proximity appears to be underutilized in chemistry and physics research at Lund University, despite the fact that there is a very significant overlap in, for example, materials research, research on ultra-fast and dynamic processes, surface sciences, computational physics and chemistry, catalysis research, biotechnology, biophysics and biochemistry, and combustion chemistry and physics. Lund University’s establishment in Science Village gives the subjects of physics and chemistry a unique opportunity to think in new ways and to think together. It is of the utmost importance that the establishment is designed in such a way that a new whole is formed and that the establishment does not become a transfer of two (large) institutions to a new place without integration and without something new being created.

The heads of the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Physics would like to see the following within…

…undergraduate education:

  • The subjects of physics and chemistry (ie the programs in physics/theoretical physics and chemistry at the Faculty of Science as well as technical physics, chemistry/biotechnology and technical nanoscience) should, when chosen as a major by students, be designed so that they contain significant elements of the second subject; this element should be developed through cross-disciplinary courses, i.e. courses containing both physics and chemistry, which are co-taught by teachers from both of the fields of chemistry and physics.
  • Students in these major subjects should also have the opportunity to come into close contact with life science aspects within their education.
  • The realization of one or more programs for physics and chemistry.
  • Where possible, we would like to see laboratory work and exercises that contain elements of both chemistry and physics. Shared laboratory and work rooms will enable such common teaching elements. This also includes joint computer experiments in lab rooms with advanced computers.
  • In Science Village, we would like to provide high-quality and modern education using new methods of teaching. Due to their close proximity, the subjects of physics and chemistry are excellent for jointly developing such new methods of teaching, including the facilities and other resources necessary for such education.  
  • A shared teachers’ room could give teachers the opportunity for systematic exchange of experience and mutual support. We would like to intensify the collegial cooperation in undergraduate education, through joint teaching and through a culture where interdisciplinary mentorship of younger teachers is a completely normal element in the educational activities of the institutions.
  • We would like the educational facilities in Science Village to be built so that there are natural meeting places for the students who study physics and chemistry courses. These meetings are promoted through the above suggested shared parts of the educational programs, but also by offering joint seminar series aimed at all our students, for example on research and societal challenges (sustainability, energy supply, materials for technical solutions…) and opportunities for recipients (e.g. lectures by alumni, labor fairs…).
  • We believe that it would be advantageous to co-organize the educational organization for physics and chemistry.

…postgraduate education:

  • Many of our research students could benefit greatly from learning more about the “other” subject area and many new opportunities could arise for their research activities. This would also have a very positive effect on the quality of our doctoral programs. What is required, however, is that there is an awareness and a knowledge of the possibilities of the other subject area. Today, we run a number of very successful graduate research schools, some of which are cross-border. We would like to offer all our doctoral students the opportunity to participate in a joint graduate research school for physics and chemistry. A joint graduate research school would have much to gain from a co-location of chemistry and physics. This graduate research school could offer a large number of the courses that all doctoral students study, but it would above all enable networking across subject boundaries.
  • A co-location of physics and chemistry could also strengthen the collaboration between research students with a theoretical focus and those with an experimental focus. We have strong theoretical and experimental activities at both the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Physics. However, we do not always have an ideal match between theory and experiment at one and the same department, at the same time as there may be opportunities at the other department.

…research:

  • There are many small and medium-sized research infrastructures at both the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Physics that could be of great use in the entire field of physics and chemistry, but which are only used by one side. By bringing together the experimental infrastructure of physics and chemistry in a common building, this gap could be bridged, especially if a model for the shared use of such infrastructure is developed, and if it is informed and educated about the possibilities of such an infrastructure. These infrastructures include, for example, spectroscopy, spectrometry and tools for microscopy characterization, tools for sample preparation etc., and shared calculation equipment.
  • Likewise, a joint establishment of chemistry and physics in Science Village offers the opportunity to invest in a mechanical workshop as well as an electronics workshop of the right size where support is given to both research and undergraduate education.
  • We have research groups, for example within Lund’s Laser Center and within NanoLund, but also in other areas, which conduct research with similar issues. Some of these cooperate, while others do not. A joint location of the Department of Physics and the Department of Chemistry in Science Village, without physical boundaries between the two institutions, would promote cooperation within established groupings, while also promoting new collaborations. There are opportunities for direct co-location as well as new organizations and organizational forms.

…support functions:

  • As the chemistry and physics areas work in very similar ways, we see the possibility of joint support functions such as a joint library, joint research support and a joint administration.
  • A common real estate service could work more closely and efficiently to the organization.
  • Such a joint organization, which at the same time must maintain the local anchorage with direct support to the scientific staff, would mean that we become a more attractive employer with better opportunities to recruit highly competent technical and administrative staff.

…cooperation:

  • There are established business contacts at both the Department of Chemistry and at the Department of Physics. These contacts could benefit significantly more students and researchers, especially if we get better opportunities to work across subject boundaries. A close location to spin-offs and small companies in Science Village would provide opportunities for new contacts, and the existing contacts could be used effectively, for example for labor market days for doctoral students and students, for seminars aimed at strengthening business-related research, etc.
  • We would like to see that the building that is common to physics and chemistry has an entrance that enables spontaneous meetings. A shared, central lunch place and café is a must. It should preferably also be open in the evening. Study places need to be planned from the beginning, the same goes for spatial opportunities for student unions and study councils. The social context is important to both students and employees, and this context would be strengthened, for example, through facilities for gyms and other sports.

Leif Bülow och Joachim Schnadt

June 21, 2022

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Pictures from Open House 1 June

This Wednesday we opened our doors to the first Open House at the Science Village office.

June 3, 2022

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1/6 13-16 Open House at the Science Village office

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Welcome to the first Open House at the Lund University’s Science Village office! We open our doors at IKDC on Wednesday 1 June between 1 pm and 4 pm. Come and check out what we do, have some “fika”, mingle and ask questions.

Everyone is welcome!

What: Open House at LU’s Science Village office
Where: Ingvar Kamprad Design Center (IKDC), Sölvegatan 26
When: Wednesday 1 June at 13: 00-16: 00 (drop-in)

May 19, 2022

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Summary of consultation responses

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From 16 February to 12 April, there was a consultation round for proposals for scenarios for Lund University’s establishment of chemistry and physics in Science Village. The summary of comments received is now available to read here on the blog.

Executive summary – summary of consultation responses – in English

Summary of consultation responses V2- full document in Swedish (with appendices 1, 3-5)

Appendix 2a – Group A (in Swedish)
Appendix 2b – Group B (in Swedish)

May 5, 2022

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Reading consultation responses and wishing you a Happy Easter!

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At the Science Village office we are excited to read all of the submitted consultation responses, and we will be working on making a consultation summary. But first, we wish you a Happy Easter!

Read more about the consultation round with deadline yesterday, April 12: Consultative procedure on scope proposals for establishment in Science Village

April 13, 2022

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Watch the recorded Morning talk from 5/4 about what’s going on in Brunnshög

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The recorded video of the February Morning Talk is now available with swedish end english captions. Note that the english translation is automatically generetad – a technology that we help develop by using it.

Go straight to the recorded video of the 5/4 Morning Talk

Instruction: watch with or without captions

  1. Click the following link to open the video player in a new tab in your browser: https://lu.instructuremedia.com/embed/6a890407-0dda-494e-990e-c51fb09dcbff
  2. Click on the gearwheal in the lower right corner of the screen to open “settings”. Click on “captions” and choose language. Please note that the english translation is automatically generated and may contain errors.
  3. The captions can now be turned on and off by clicking on the symbol for captions (in between the symbols for settings and volume).

More information about the content of the talk: Tuesday 5th of April. Morning talk at the Science Village office: what’s going on in Brunnshög

April 12, 2022

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Hello there, Charlotte von Brömssen at LU Estates!

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Lund University’s Science Village office welcomes Charlotte von Brömssen, newly hired project manager at LU Estates, with assignments towards Science Village in parallel with campus development. Charlotte will work closely with the Science Village office with the establishment of Lund University in Science Village.

Hi Charlotte, tell us about your work!
I am a project manager at LU Estates with assignments towards Science Village in parallel with campus development (50/50). So I will be very familiar with how the whole campus works, looking at different parts and and also how they work together as a whole. A perspective I think will be a benefit in the work with Science Village.

What did you do before you came to Lund University?
I’m an architect and I have worked in the private sector for 22 years. Especially with new production and house construction from scratch, ie the entire process from detailed development plans and investigations, to the development of finished houses. An example in Lund is the Posthornet district, which received Lund’s honorary award in urban development in 2019. I worked a lot with the flexibility of the house to cope with different types of tenants, including the Swedish Public Dental Care’s (Folktandvårdens) new knowledge center for oral health.

What attracted you to this job?
The settler spirit in combination with urban planning issues! After many years in the private sector, I was eager to try something new. At Lund University, I saw an opportunity to work at the interface between urban construction, house construction and design. To be able to continue working with houses, but also with building issues in a bigger context, through my assignments towards campus development and the establishment in Science Village.

What is important to keep in mind for Lund University when working with the establishment in Science Village?
We are still early in the construction process and right now it is important to collects the needs of the organisation. Here, the different parts must interact with the future whole. The different faculties and subjects need to think about how they want to develop together. Where do they meet? In what way do they want to collaborate? Then we have to make sure that there are opportunities to meet or “cross-fertilize” each other. I think it’s important to from the beginning think about how and where you can build in flexibility. It is good to start thinking about which labs make similar demands, how office environments can “respond to different needs” or be transformed to learning environments and how the future learning environments best combine tomorrow’s technology and wishes . But, the university will always have special premises that can’t be flexible, such as special laboratories. I am currently mapping needs and the areas of the premises and plan workshops on future work and learning environments.

Do you have any thoughts on what it will look like in Science Village when it’s done?
Right now it is important to focus at the needs of the premises before thinking about what it should look like. But one of my passions is to create aesthetic values! It’s important that the environment is beautiful and pleasant. What is beautiful is in the eye of the beholder, but there are some things that are more general. For example, to use a “nice scale”, proportions that the human body can relate to. And to think of things like how natural light can be reflected or filtered through greenery. My wish is that it will be a warm and welcoming environment.

Thank you Charlotte, we are very much looking forward to working with you!

April 4, 2022

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Tuesday 5th of April. Morning talk at the Science Village office: what’s going on in Brunnshög

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Welcome to our next Morning talk at the Lund University Science Village office! This time we look at the bigger picture and what’s going on in Brunnshög. We will be visited by Lund Municipality, the Cathedral of Lund, the Loop (Skanska) and Science Village Scandinavia AB.

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Today, March 23d, the first groundbreaking took place in central Science Village – Wihlborg’s innovation house Space is planned to be completed in 2023 and host offices and labs (read more at Space, Science Village – Lund — Wihlborgs). A lot is happening in both Science Village and Brunnshög as a whole. What’s going on right now? What will the area look like in the future? In the year 2023? 2026? 2042? Join us in an exciting talk with guests from Lund Municipality, the Cathedral of Lund, the Loop (Skanska) and Science Village Scandinavia AB

When: Tuesday April 5th 8:15-9:00
Where: Zoom
For whom: everyone who is interested
How: Register to the event and you will receive the meeting link by email

Morning talks at the Science Village office

The Science Village office will offer a series of talks with invited guests who address topics related to Lund University’s Science Village establishment but also campus development in general.

The LU Science Village office

The Lund University Science Village office’s mission is to offer support to the Faculty of Science and LTH to optimize their establishment in Science Village and at the same time support the new opportunities that will arise on the present day campus. The office opened on 1 July 2021 at the Ingvar Kamprad Designcentrum (IKDC) and is headed by Professor Eva Åkesson, former Vice-Chancellor at Lund University and former Chancellor at Uppsala University. The office works to contribute to the university’s vision of environments in interaction, renewal of the university, increased research progress, increased interdisciplinary strength, new education programs, inspiring study environments – and a rich student life across the whole campus.

About the office

March 23, 2022

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Watch the recorded Morning Talk from 16/2 on scope proposals for the establishment

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The recorded video of the February Morning Talk is now available with swedish end english captions. Note that the english translation is automatically generetad – a technology that we help develop by using it.

Go straight to the recorded video of the 16/2 Morning Talk

Instruction: watch with or without captions

  1. Click the following link to open the video player in a new tab in your browser: https://lu.instructuremedia.com/embed/63235d8a-e498-47dc-a3fc-b557a8095976

  2. Click on the gearwheal in the lower right corner of the screen to open “settings”. Click on “captions” and choose language. Please note that the english translation is automatically generated and may contain errors.

  3. The captions can now be turned on and off by clicking on the symbol for captions (in between the symbols for settings and volume).

More information about the content of the talk: Wednesday February 16th. Morning talk at the Science Village office: scope proposals for LU’s establishment in Science Village (in Swedish)

March 2, 2022

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Consultative procedure on scope proposals for establishment in Science Village

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Scope proposals for establishment of chemistry and physics in Science Village have been sent for consultative procedure today.

2022-02-21 Memorandum information about the consultation procedure
2022-02-21 Consultation English version

Additional addressees
During the consultation period, everyone is welcome to contact the Science Village Office for further dialogue and to get a presentation of the scope proposals.

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February 17, 2022

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Wednesday February 16th. Morning talk at the Science Village office: scope proposals for LU’s establishment in Science Village (in Swedish)

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The Science Village office invites you to the first morning talk of the year. The conversation will focus on the proposals for scenarios and the phases of the establishment. The talk will be held in Swedish but you are welcome to submit your questions in English.

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The Science Village office is a joint office for LTH and the Faculty of Science, supporting Lund University’s establishment in Science Village. Guests this morning are the Science Village office’s own Faculty Coordinators, Charlotta Turner and Knut Deppert. The conversation is led by Eva Åkesson, Coordinator of the Science Village office. What is the process behind the proposed scenarios? What do we mean by phases? When does the construction process begin? What do we need to do right now?

Participators will be able to ask questions via the chat.

When: Wednesday February 16th 8: 00-9: 00
Where: Zoom
For whom: everyone who is interested
How: Register to the event and you will receive the meeting link by email

Read more: Scope proposals? Interview with the Faculty Coordinators – January 17 2022

Morning talks at the Science Village office

The Science Village office will offer a series of talks with invited guests who address topics related to Lund University’s Science Village establishment but also campus development in general.

The Science Village office

The Science Village office’s mission is to offer support to the Faculty of Science and LTH to optimize their establishment in Science Village and at the same time support the new opportunities that will arise on the present day campus. The office opened on 1 July 2021 at the Ingvar Kamprad Designcentrum (IKDC) and is headed by Professor Eva Åkesson, former Vice-Chancellor at Lund University and former Chancellor at Uppsala University. The office works to contribute to the university’s vision of environments in interaction, renewal of the university, increased research progress, increased interdisciplinary strength, new education programs, inspiring study environments – and a rich student life across the whole campus.

About the office

February 1, 2022

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Scope proposals? Interview with the Faculty Coordinators

Hello Knut Deppert and “Lotta” Charlotta Turner, Faculty Coordinators assigned to support the Faculty of Engineering (LTH) and the Faculty of Science with the establishment in Science Village. How is it going?

Lotta: Right now we are out and presenting various proposals on how to divide the establishment into phases.

Exciting! What does that mean?

Knut: We started by thinking about what a division into phases could look like. We came up with these clusters to start from and now we have some scenarios that we want feedback on. Do people understand our proposals? Are they relevant to this context? Will questions arise that suggest that one scenario would not work, or that one scenario would be better or worse than others?

Lotta: You have to remember that it’s a very complex job with a complex organization. There are several institutions involved – and many departments. There are so many facets that need to be considered.

Knut: We have a vision of a full-scale academic environment. And that means research environments, but also students and undergraduate education. We have support from the Group for Learning Environment, which has representatives from both physics and chemistry, including students.

How will you achieve that vision?

Lotta: We think we have to talk and listen to people, prioritizing communication. This is not something that one or two people can just decide on, we have to work on this together. And it’s an ongoing process. What we discuss now may make our vision for the next few years clearer, but the further ahead we think the more blurry it is. At the same time, it’s probably the process that is important. How we meet and communicate and where it takes us.

In the scenarios you present, you have started from a cluster division with departments. How did you come up with that?

Knut: We had to start somewhere and we started with what we know today. The current situation is the situation we start with. At the same time, we must try to see into the future. It’s hard to know “what would this mean in 30 years?” but we do our best.

Lotta: We have looked at scenarios as potential ways forward. One perspective was to take today’s departments and look at how they can fit together in clusters. For example, the Division of Atomic Physics, the Division of Combustion Physics and the Division og Chemical Physics make a possible clust They want to build a Lund Laser Center in Science Village. But, it is absolutely possible that we have imagined clusters that aren’t very good. That is why we must go out and listen to what researchers, teachers and students say.

Why use clusters at all?

Lotta: It’s not likely that everyone within in chemistry and physics could be established in Science Village at the same time. It may be better to do it step by step using phases. Then it’s important that we have clusters that describe who could enjoy sitting together and who could enjoy staying and be established in Science Village a little later. In the end, it may not be today’s research topics, departments and groupings that determines the scopes of the establishment, but it’s a proposal to work on with.

Knut: New ideas about using other perspectives may come up along the way and Lotta and I must be responsive and flexible.

Can you briefly describe the scope proposals, the different scenarios with phases of establishment?

Knut: We are proposing four different scenarios. The difference is how big they are in size, and who would be established in Science Village in which phase.

Lotta: It so happened that we call the scenarios “bites”. Reasonably big “bite sizes” of the university should be established in the various stages. In part, it has to do with costs. Moving everyone at once would, for example, mean an expensive and complicated construction process. But we include it as scenario 4, called “the Giga bite”.

Knut: The first scenario is called “Small bites”, after that is “Medium-sized bites” and the fourth scenario is called “the Giga bite”. The third scenario that no one really believes in would mean establishing first physics and then chemistry.

Lotta: But you never know! So we include that proposal as well.

So, what do you think? Are any of these scenarios more likely?

Knut: I think there will be some mixing in the end. A modification of one of our proposals.

Lotta: I think so too. If I should guess, I think the result will be something between “Small bites” and “Medium-sized bites”. But we don’t yet have figures on what everything means financially, why we shouldn’t guess too much. There are so many parameters! For example, it’s not certain it’s cheaper to stay in existing premises if they need to be renovated.

Knut: A complicated construction could also be what makes the result fantastic. Creating good synergy effects. We are not ruling anything out right now.

Lotta: It all depends on what we come up with during the process. We try to look at all possibilities and be like sponges that absorb all the information we receive.

What happens next? I understand you have a pretty ambitious schedule?

Knut: We have many meetings and conversations ahead of us. With the pandemic, we have had to switch to digital meetings. But the dialogues we’ve had so far have gone well and been constructive. Our thoughts don’t seem to be completely wrong. I’m optimistic!

Lotta: It will go at a furious pace, but I think that’s good. I think we are ready to move on to the next step. Let’s do this.

Thank you so much for the interview and good luck!

Linnea Mörth, Communications Officer at the Science Village office

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Plan for response to the Vice-Chancellor decision 2021-11-25
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Phases?

The picture below is a slide from Knut’s and Lotta’s PowerPoint, illustrating the approximate time frame for the different phases.

Time plan

To prepare for decisions needed in 2022, the following activities need to be implemented. The time plan may need to be adjusted as we now reset from physical meetings to digital.

January-February
Dialogue and interviews with the organization, students included

February
Risk assessments -Workshop

February-March
Referral Round

March
Report to the faculties before a decision

March
Faculty Presiding Committee

April
Approval by the boards of the Faculty of Science and LTH of the proposed phases, risk assessments, and a plan for financing increased local costs

May
Vice-Chancellor assesses the proposal in relation to the overall campus development

June
The 9-step construction process starts for phase 2


January 17, 2022

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A Christmas greeting from the project office

During the fall of 2021 two Faculty Coordinators, a Senior Advisor for strategic partnerships and a Communications Officer have all joined the Science Village Office.

Everyone are already busy at work, which will be more visible in spring when it’s time for the important strategic decision on the scope of stage 2, but also for how stage 3 and 4 might look.

A lot of things are happening at the same time. The other day, we at the Science Village office joined a group of research engingeers for a very interesting tour of Kemicentrum. We look forward to more meetings and visits to better contribute to the establishment in Science Village.

In 2022, a lot of focus will be on visits with the organization and to establish dialogue with key people. The Faculty Coordinators in particular have a very important assignment ahead.

Read more: The Science Village office welcomes newly appointed Faculty Coordinators

We are looking forward to all exciting things in 2022!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Best wishes from the Science Village Office


Standing from left to right: Karin Ulfsdotter Crépin, Senior Advisor for strategic partnerships; Carina Jarl, Senior Project Manager and Assisting Coordinator; Eva Åkesson, Professor and Project Coordinator; Charlotta Turner, Faculty Coordinator, Faculty of Science; Cecilia Schubert, Communications Officer (on parental leave); Knut Deppert, Faculty Coordinator, Faculty of Engineering. Added to picture: Linnea Mörth, Substitute Communications Officer.
December 20, 2021

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Plan for response to the Vice-Chancellor decision

Decision by the Vice-Chancellor

Today, the Vice-Chancellor decided (V 2021/3292) to give LTH and the Faculty of Science the task of proposing which parts of the faculties are to be established within Science Village and which parts to be developed at Sölvegatan. LTH and the Faculty of Science will also propose a division into stages for the establishment within SV. A survey of the departments concerned shall be produced and an analysis of how research and education are affected by the development shall be made, including a risk and impact analysis and a plan for how increased premises costs shall be financed. Both mapping and analysis must be approved by the respective faculty board. In connection with the identification of which academic areas are to be established within SV, the Campus Development Office/LU Estates, together with the property owners and faculties concerned, shall investigate the impact and opportunities for the existing campus. We, at the SV-Office appreciate the decision of the Vice-Chancellor, it gives us a starting point for the work with the establishment in Science Village.

Action plan

The Science Village Office has developed an action plan for implementing the mapping for proposals for the scope of stage 2. The faculty coordinators, Knut Deppert and Charlotta Turner, have already begun the work to produce proposals for which relevant parts of the departments that the faculties will be given the opportunity to give feedback on.

Two meetings have initiated the process with an approach that can provide some perspective (see picture) regarding both the research and learning environment. The purpose is to gather information to analyze how research and education are affected by different proposals. The boards of School of Engineering and the Faculty of Science will receive the proposals in March/April. After their approval, the proposal will be submitted to the Vice-Chancellor. We look forward to the Vice-Chancellor decision on the establishment for stage 2 in May – if everything goes according to our action plan.

Lotta and Knut in action!

Background

The University Board decided in December 2018 that Lund University will start establishing parts of the faculties in Science Village (STYR2018/2003). The work 2019-2021 led to a draft “lokalprogram” that was presented to the University Board in April this year (STYR2021/1053), which included approximately 25,000 square meters of space and included the parts of the faculties that are relevant for establishment in Science Village. The exact scope of establishment needs to be clarified and The School of Engineering and the Faculty of Science finds a need to revise the “lokalprogram” and the establishment based on previous decisions.

November 30, 2021

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They will answer all questions about the establishment in Science Village

Eva Åkesson and Carina Jarl, Coordinator and Deputy Project Coordinator at the new Science Village office, located at Ingvar Kamprad Design Center. Photo: Jan Olsson

Originally published in Lunds universitets magasin (LUM) – in Swedish.

The university’s establishment in Science Village will be coordinated with the help of a new project office, coordinated by returnee Eva Åkesson, who recently left as Vice-Chancellor at Uppsala University.

The LTH and the Faculty of Science have together opened the office at Ingvar Kamprad Design Center, IKDC, on Sölvegatan. In the coming years, it is from here that the work with the establishment of the faculties in Science Village will be coordinated.

The office is open but not fully completed when LUM visits. Furniture will be brought in, workplaces will be fixed, computers and all technology are being put in place and two recruitments are on the doorstep.

Many questions

– This will be a meeting place for everyone who is curious and has questions, both those who are positive about the establishment and those who have concerns. It is noticeable that there is a pent-up need to talk about this, says Eva Åkesson, professor at the Department of Chemistry and with a past as Deputy Vice-Chancellor at LU.

Together with the Assistant Coordinator Carina Jarl, she will now ensure that the establishment takes place smoothly and step by step and that there is no duplication of work at the faculties. In five or six years, the move itself is expected to be fully completed.

Will develop the university

Both emphasize that in the end it is not just a matter of building one or more new houses and moving parts of the physical and chemical institutions from Sölvegatan to Science Village between MAX IV and ESS. Rather, it is about creating something completely new that develops the university that exists today, both in terms of research and undergraduate education. It is difficult to be more concrete than that, they say, because it is still unclear exactly which departments will be established in Science Village. It is clear, however, that those who are established in Science Village should not be divided in different places.

– Together with the faculties, we will create a cohesive environment for research and education and then of course the buildings will be important, but it is also about outdoor spaces. We still do not know if it will be best with one or more houses, says Eva Åkesson.

In a survey conducted in 2018, there were a lot of negative reactions to establishing parts of the two faculties in Science Village. Although there is still a concern among some, it is largely a passed stage, according to Carina Jarl.

– It is very noticeable. People see the potential in a completely different way. I definitely believe that the opportunities for collaborations and interdisciplinary projects will increase.

A shift towards Brunnshög

The establishment of LTH’s and the Faculty of Science’s in Science Village means a clear shift of the university’s activities to the Brunnshög area. MAX IV is already in place, the Medical Faculty’s animal house, CMU, is underway, as is Nanolab Science Village, and by 2023, ESS will be ready for use. And these are just a few examples.

There is an interest in other faculties too, but according to Carina Jarl, they want to wait and see what kind of intellectual environment is created in Science Village.

What could get more people to take the step and establish themselves in the area is if the new hospital is built in northeast Lund.

– Then it will be very interesting for, for example, the Faculty of Medicine.

Contact the office

Eva Åkesson, Coordinator
E-mail: eva.akesson(at)kilu.lu.se
Phone: +46 46 222 47 14

Carina Jarl, Senior Project Manager and Assisting Coordinator
E-mail: carina.jarl(at)kommunikation.lu.se
Phone: +46 46 222 03 35

Karin Ulfsdotter Crépin, Senior Advisor fundraising and strategic partnerships
E-mail: karin_ulfsdotter.crepin(at)lth.lu.se
Phone: +46 (0)706- 36 46 48

General office e-mail:
svkontoret(at)rektor.lu.se

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Open House 17 November 12.30-15.30

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Welcome to Open House at the Lund University Science Village office! We are opening the doors to the office at IKDC on Thursday 17 November between 12.30-15.30. Where are we in the establishment process? What happens next? And how big are we going to build in Science Village?

Come and share your thoughts, build Science Village with building blocks, look at maps, have coffee with us and ask questions. Everyone is welcome!

What: Open House at LU’s Science Village office
Where: Ingvar Kamprad Design Center (IKDC), Sölvegatan 26
When: Thursday 17 November at 12.30-15.30 (drop-in)

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