I'm an Associate Professor performing research in the domain of applied machine learning and edge computing since 2010 at the Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering. I currently work on projects related to:
- Machine learning for condition monitoring.
- Machine learning for automation of construction equipment.
- Machine learning for system interoperability in IIoT and Industry 4.0.
- Neuromorphic system for sub-milliwatt pattern recognition.
- Machine learning for automation of edge datacenters.
- Machine learning for high-quality steel manufacturing.
- Machine learning for computationally efficient approximation of carbon nanomaterial properties.
Before 2010 I did my PhD in physics in the Swedish Graduate School of Space Technology and a two-year postdoc at IFPA in Belgium, both focusing on the physics and phenomenology of high-density states of matter in compact objects, link. My curiosity for the physics of the mind, the function of neural networks and neuromorphic engineering motivated me to shift research focus and contribute to the development of AI. Link to scholar profile.
I am the examiner of the following courses:
- Electric circuit theory (E0003E), link.
- Introduction to programming for engineers (D0017E), link.
- Neural networks and learning machines (D7046E), link.
Since 2014, I coordinate the "Teknisk fysik och elektroteknik" program at LTU (Civilingenjör, 300Hp). Before 2010 I taught several courses in physics.
Current PhD students
- Jacob Nilsson, machine learning for M2M interoperability in the Arrowhead Framework.
- Mattias Nilsson, architecture for low-power pattern recognition with DYNAP neuromorphic system.
- Kim Albertsson (at CERN), machine learning in high-energy physics.
- Rickard Brännvall (at RISE), machine learning for automation of datacenters, AutoDC.
- Co-supervision of Gustav Grund Pihlgren and Muhammad Ahmer.
- Sergio Martin del Campo Barraza, machine learning for automation of wind turbine condition monitoring system.
Graduated PhD students