I am a postdoctoral researcher within the research subject Process Metallurgy at Luleå University of technology. My work encompass, amongst others, development of the experimental work within our research subject. More specifically, I am looking into thermodynamic data and the rheological properties of slags.
I am a teacher in the first cycle course High Temperature Processes where I teach mass- and heat balances, thermodynamic diagrams and solution thermodynamics. Furthermore, I teach phase diagrams in the second cycle course High temperature Materials. I am also involved in different student projects and student labs involving first and second cycle students as well as supervision of master theses.
I defended my PhD thesis in Process Metallurgy at Luleå university of Technology during the autumn of 2019. I graduated the sustainable process engineering master program in 2014 at Luleå University of Technology. My M.Sc. degree is in sustainable process engineering with focus on mineral processing and process metallurgy.