“Fascinated by the human brain and passionate about other’s development”
Mathematics and biology has since forever piqued my curiosity. The former led me to pursue a PhD in Automatic Control at Lund University, from which I received my diploma in June of 2019. My thesis was focused on theoretically proving suitable concepts of control for systems of large scale, such as the power grid, district heating systems or platoons of vehicles, for which conventional control methods are not suitable. I continued as a postdoc at the same department, but switched my focus to the brain and methods of learning and adaptation (in terms of systems technology). As of January 2022, I am an Assistant Professor in Automatic Control at Blekinge Institute of Technology.