I've a degree in Applied Physics from The University of Strathclyde and a PhD from The University of Edinburgh's Faculty of Science and Engineering.
I bring over 20 years of international experience and skills in research and innovation management - from research positions in universities and industry as well as via roles involving managing research and innovation in companies and research financing organisations.
As Manager for the Center for X-Rays in Swedish Materials Science (CeXS), I’m developing and leading initiatives that are streamlining high energy x-ray measurement processes as well as engaging more researchers and companies to make better use of high energy x-ray facilities for materials research and innovation.
For the Research Initiative on Sustainable Industry and Society (IRIS), during 2021, I worked as the programme manager in order to establish organisational structures and practices for strengthening interdisciplinary research initiatives.
My research interest is collaborative innovation processes.