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Reine Rosander

Reine Rosander, Swedish physicist, science educator. Research grantee United States Air Force, United States Office Naval Research, Swedish Atomic Research Council, Swedish Natural Sci. Research Council.


  • Rosander, Reine was born December 1, 1940 in Vetlanda, Sweden. Son of Stig Reinhold and Margit (Johansson) R.

  • Education

    • Master of Science , Lund University, Sweden, 1963; Doctor of Philosophy, Lund University, Sweden, 1972; Certified proficiency English, University Cambridge, England, 1990; Teaching diploma School Education, Sweden, 1965.


    • Assistant lecturer The College for Boys, Helsingborg, Sweden, 1963-1966; research assistant department physics Lund University, 1966-1973; lecturer Jonkoping University School Health Scis., Sweden, 1973—1982, associate professor, 1982—2006, director studies department science, 1992-2000, deputy dean department science, 1997-2000, vice president appointments board, 1999—2006; senior consultant medical research and statistics R R Consultant, since 2000; Tech. consultant Gambro Medical, Lund, 1973. Author: (with H. Alfvén) Energy to Death?, 1973, (with Alfvén) Atomic Power, 1974, From Growth to Balance, 1977; chief editor R&D Report Series, 1986-1999; member editorial board Environment and Future, 1979-1986; contributor articles to professional journals.



    Denomination: Lutheran


    • European Physical Society

    • Swedish Physical Society

    • Swedish Association University Teachers

    • New York Academy Sci.



    Hunting, fishing, jazz music


    • Spouse Anita Rosemarie Gustafsson, November 16, 1963.
    • father: Stig
    • mother: Margit
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    Born December 1, 1940
    • 1963
      Lund University
    • 1972
      Lund University
    • 1990
      University Cambridge
    • 1963 - 1966
      Assistant, lecturer The College for Boys
      Helsingborg, Skane Lan, Sweden
    • 1966 - 1973
      research assistant, department physics Lund University
    • 1973 - 1982
      lecturer, Jonkoping University School Health Sciences
    • 1997
      lecturer, Jonkoping University School Health Sciences
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