I am Associate Professor and Docent in Conceptual Vehicle Design at KTH. My research work focuses on the development of methodologies to address functional conflicts in vehicle design in a holistic way. This includes both developing methods that build on my background in mechanical and manufacturing engineering, and combining these with approaches from other areas in a multi-disciplinary approach to create the broader framework necessary to solve the larger challenges of vehicle design. I also teach and supervise students in these areas, and strive to build a synergetic connection between my research and pedagogical activities. I am head of the Conceptual Vehicle Design group at the KTH Engineering Mechanics and Director of the Centre for ECO2 Vehicle Design.
Degree Project in Aerodynamics, Second Cycle (SD261X), examiner, course responsible | Course web