A new analytical tool

Compular’s new and innovative technology automatically detects, identifies and analyses the emergent structures and dynamics within materials that give rise to their technologically relevant properties.


Compular wishes to enable more efficient processes in the field of high-tech material development. Our software leads to a more predictive approach in R&D processes resulting in higher success rate of lab trials. This translates e.g. to:

  • Faster development cycles
  • More productive R&D/lab-work
  • More innovative and qualitative solutions


Compular provides:

  • Tailor-made analyses to fit your particular needs
  • A software tool to
    • detect supramolecular structures,
    • provide detailed structure, also of amorphous materials and liquids
    • give mechanistic descriptions of dynamical processes
  • Detailed reports and full data files from our analyses
  • Continued support in interpreting the data

More information

R. Andersson, F. Årén, A. A. Franco and P. Johansson, Ion Transport Mechanisms via Time-dependent Local Structure and Dynamics in Highly Concentrated Electrolytes, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2020, DOI:10.1149/1945-7111/abc657
P. Jankowski, R. Andersson and P. Johansson, Designing high-performant lithium battery electrolytes by utilizing two natures of Li+ coordination: LiTDI/LiTFSI in Tetraglyme, Batteries & Supercaps, 2020, 4(1), 205-213, DOI:10.1002/batt.202000189.
R. Andersson, Dynamic Structure Discovery and Ion Transport in Liquid Battery Electrolytes, Chalmers University of Technology, 2020
R. Andersson’s, PhD defence video, Department of Physics, Chalmers, 2020
R. Andersson, F. Årén, A. A. Franco and P. Johansson, CHAMPION: Chalmers Hierarchical Atomic, Molecular, Polymeric & Ionic Analysis Toolkit, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 2021, DOI:10.1002/jcc.26699



Our tool can be used in many different industries and for many products. Here are some examples of application areas.

Battery Electrolytes

We enable the transition to a sustainable society by helping our customers enhance battery electrolytes to innovate the battery industry.

Specialty Chemicals

Our solution is used to create more qualitative and innovative products and reduce the number of expensive lab tests.



We contribute in solving the solvation issue and help our customers overcome obstacles in new drug discovery.


You're in good company

Client references

“More important than generating molecular dynamics simulations is bridging the gap between simulations and experimental findings. Compular’s analysis tools close this gap in a new revolutionary way.”

Matteo Ambrosetti
Material Engineer



Awards and grants


The team consists of leading researchers in engineering physics, materials science and battery research, as well as competent and driven business developers. Our method stems from several years of research at Chalmers University of Technology. 

Johannes Henriksson    

M.Sc Entrepreneurship

Business & Sales

Rasmus Andersson    

PhD Materials physics

Product & Software

Emil Krutmeijer    

M.Sc Entrepreneurship

Operations and Management

Fabian Årén    

PhD candidate Materials physics

Research & Development

Laetitia Cresto  

M.Sc Computer Science

Fullstack Development

Magnus Rahm  

PhD Physics 

Backend development

Romina Asadi  

M.Sc candidate Interaction design

Product design

Robert Sörensen  

HVE Web Development

Frontend Development

Maja Fröjelin  

HVE candidate Digital media

Design intern

Ria Raj  

M.Sc Complex Adaptive Systems

Backend Development

Håkan Axelsson  

M.Sc Engineering Physics

Business Advisor

Patrik Johansson  

Professor Materials Physics

Scientific Advisor

Get in touch

If you have questions or want to try out our software, don’t hesitate to reach out.

    Contact info

    Vasagatan 5B

    411 24, Göteborg, Sweden

    +46 73 813 59 08 (Johannes)