School of Science and Technology, Örebro University

Postal address: Akademin för Naturvetenskap och teknik, Örebro University, Box 1252, SE-701 12 Örebro
Visiting address: T-huset, Fakultetsgatan; and Billbergska huset, Gymnastikgatan (Biology and Chemistry)
Web page: http://www.oru.se/English/Organization/School-of-Science-and-Technology/

JoyantoContact person: Dr. Joyanto Routh

Research connected to South Asia

Joyanto Routh has worked at Örebro University since March 2010. He was previously connected to Stockholm Universty, and its Department of Geology and Geochemistry (in the Section for Biogeochemistry). He has been involved in several South Asia related research projects during the past 10 years. More information on SASNETs page for his former department.
At the School of Science and Technology, he is working within the Man-Technology-Environment (Människa–Teknik–Miljö, MTM) research programme. This started as a project at Örebro University in 1996 and developed into a research programme and a graduate school in 1998. The programme was originally focused on hazardous waste and related problems in a vulnerable society. It has grown and become a multi-disciplinary programme with a core at Örebro University of some 35 people, including some 15 senior scientists representing seven different disciplines, and with a close collaborating network with some additional 30 people at different departments and at other universities. More information about MTM.

Dr. Supriyo Das is also connected to the School of Science and Technology since 2010. He is working as a Scientist within the MTM programme on South Africa related projects. Before coming to Örebro he was also connected to the Department of Geology and Geochemistry, Stockholm University, where he defended his doctoral thesis in 2007. During the period 2008–2010, he was Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Geographical and Earth Sciences at University of Glasgow, Scotland, with a Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) personal fellowship. More information on his personal web page.

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