Competence groups

Last changed: 21 December 2023

Competence groups are established for engaged employees at the departments and units on Campus Alnarp, enabling them to contribute their knowledge and expertise to quality in both campus development and individual development projects.

The competence groups will serve as advisory bodies in various situations and projects based on the themes that each group is responsible for during the period from January 1, 2022, to December 20, 2023. The purpose of these groups is to utilize the competence of employees both as users and experts.

The following competence groups have been established:

Physical Planning

Input for the overall planning from a holistic perspective, integrating built environment, green areas, and infrastructure.


Caroline Dahl, Institutionen för landskapsarkitektur, planering och förvaltning (LAPF)
Georg Carlsson, Institutionen för biosystem och teknologi (BT)
Camilla Söderquist, Biblioteket
Alexandra Nikolic, odlingsenheten
Vilis Brukas, Institutionen för sydsvensk skogsvetenskap (SSSV)
Mats Svensson, koordinator SLU infra
Henrik Wangsten, student, ordf. lark-rådet

Indoor laboratories

Development, coordination, and location of laboratory functions.


Michelle Cleary, SSSV
Igor Drobyshev, SSSV
Annika Felton, SSSV
Anna Lindqvist, BT
Anna Karin Rosberg, BT
Erik Alexandersson, Institutionen för växtskyddsbiologi (VSB)
Ida Lager, Institutionen för växtförädling (VF)
Student (vakant)

Communication and interaction

Concerns spaces, environments, and features for both internal and external communication and interaction for employees and visitors.


Katarina Böhme Evengård, Biblioteket
Harald Klein, Enheten för samverkan och utveckling (SoU)
Johanna Grundström, SoU
Gudmund Vollbrecht, SSSV
Niclas Östlund, Green Innovation Park (GIP)
Helena Person, LAPF
Malin Hultberg, BT
Linda Engh, BT
Karoline Schua, Utbildningsavdelningen
Märit Jansson, LAPF
Bryan Finn, IT
Henrik Wangsten, student, ordf. lark-rådet

Office Environments

Development, location, and interaction of office environments for employees.


Arne Nordius, LAPF
Linda-Maria Dimitrova Mårtensson, BT
Paul Becher, VSB
Sara Spendrup, Institutionen för människa och samhälle (IMS)
Åsa Ode, Biblioteket
Gudmund Vollbrecht, SSSV
Malin Olsson, VF
Anna Tengstam, HR-enheten
Bryan Finn, IT-avdelningen

Teaching environments

Development, location, and interaction of both classrooms and study environments for students.


Aakasch Chawade, VF
Lars Mogren, BT
Maria Kylin, LAPF
Marie Bengtsson, VSB
Annica Thomsson, UC
Jörg Brunet, SSSV
Mats Gyllin, IMS
Annica Thomsson, Utbildningsavdelningen
Student, vakant

Outdoor laboratories and testbeds

Development, coordination, and location of lab and testbed functions on campus.


Alexandra Nikolic, Odlingsenheten.
Anna Bengtsson, IMS
Johannes Albertsson, BT
Georg Carlsson, BT
Åsa Ode Sang, LAPF
Björn Wiström, LAPF
Nicholas Jakobsson, SLU Holding
Nina Vogel, UF
Henrik Böhlenius, SSSV
Jens Peter Skovsgaard, SSSV
Helena Persson, LAPF
Student, vakant


The composition of the competence groups is dynamic, and staffing may change over time.

In general, the staffing of competence groups should include broad representation across faculty and department boundaries. In specific cases where the theme affects certain parts of the operations, representation may be dominated by specific institutions. The employees in the competence groups are responsible for their own work.

The competence groups are established by the dean of the LTV faculty for a specific period, and the staffing of the groups is determined by the pro-dean in dialogue between relevant managers and SLUSS. The work in the competence groups is part of regular employment at the university.

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