As deputy director of the KTH Global Development Hub I am leading the development of a challenge-driven education concept and supporting teachers at KTH and African partner universities in implementing challenge-driven education. Hereby we are jointly creating conditions for our students from KTH and the partner universities to collaborate with companies, public sector and other external stakeholders, on developing solutions to societal challenges related to the Sustainable Development Goals in UN's 2030 Agenda.
As pedagogic developer at the KTH Department of Learning in STEM I am working with various aspects of education for sustainable development and education leadership, through research and development and by educating, supporting and collaborating with teachers and education program directors. Currently working on commission by and in collaboration with the KTH Sustainability Office on evaluating the integration of sustainable development in all education programs at KTH. Also involved in the updating of the CDIO framework with particular focus on enhancing the integration of sustainable development.
At the KTH Centre for Naval Architecture I am teaching ship design, ship hydromechanics, and high-speed craft. Previously I have built up and been the director of the KTH Master of Science Program in Naval Architecture and the KTH part of the Nordic Master Program in Maritime Engineering. Research on ship dynamics and safety, ship structure design, and high-speed craft. Former Director of the KTH Ship Dynamics Research Program. Supporting the Swedish Transport Agency within UN's Shipping Authority IMO. Founding member and former coordinator of the International Ship Stability Research and Development Committee (SRDC).
Teaching and Learning for Challenge Driven Education in a Global Context (LH233V), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web