Jon Petter Gustafsson. Professor at the Department of Soil and Environment
1988 BSc Geosciences (Hydrology), Uppsala University; 1995 PhD Groundwater Chemistry, KTH; 2000 Docent, Land and Water Resources, KTH.
Current and earlier employment
From 2015: Professor (chair), soil chemistry, SLU, Department of Soil and Environment.
2009–2021: Professor / guest professor / guest researcher, Soil and Groundwater Chemistry (20 % from 2015), KTH, Department of Sustainable Development, Environmental Science and Engineering.
James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, UK (1995), Univ. of Toledo, Ohio, USA (2005)
Research interests and productivity
Geochemistry of metals: binding mechanisms and cycling in soil. Phosphorus in soil: speciation and solubility. More: Models on effects of forest management methods, phosphorus removal in domestic wastewater systems, bioavailability models. Author of >120 peer-reviewed papers since 1992, and to several publicly available computer codes, e.g. Visual MINTEQ. h-index = 42 (Web of Knowledge).
Main supervisor of PhD students
Previous students: Susanna Toller (KTH 2008), Carin Sjöstedt (KTH 2012), David Eveborn (KTH 2013), Maja Larsson (SLU 2014), Charlotta Tiberg (SLU 2016), Ann Kristin Eriksson (SLU 2016), Sabina Braun (SLU 2020). Current: Hugo de Campos Pereira, Marius Tuyishime (both at SLU).
Administrative assignments at the university (selected)
2010–2012: Vice Head of Department, Dep of Land & Water Resources Engineering, KTH
2011–2012: Programme director, MSc programme Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure (EESI), KTH
2014–2015: Head of Division, Biogeochemistry & Environmental Analysis, Soil & Environment, SLU
2016–2018: Member of Faculty Board NJ, SLU
2017–2021: Vice chairman of NJ Programme Board, SLU
Considerable experience of teaching in a large number of courses at KTH and SLU since 1989. During 2021, examinership for the following courses:
- AE1105/AE1801 Environmental Soil Chemistry, 7.5/4 credits. KTH (last year 2021)
- MV0218 Environmental geochemistry, 7.5 credits. SLU.