I am an associate professor (docent) of industrial dynamics and sustainable business models. Also, I am the program director of Master in Industrial Management, a theme leader at KTH Food Center and a faculty member at Digital Futures. In spring 2024, I will be a visiting scholar at SCANCOR at Harvard University.
In my research, I explore how industrial sectors – such as energy, transportation, mining and food – change over time and towards sustainability. I am interested in business and societal perspectives; and I collaborate with researchers from both technical and social sciences.
I teach various topics at master and PhD levels, such as research methods, sustainability transitions and innovation diffusion.
Currently, I am involved in two large-scale research projects: Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Transformations and Sustainable Energy Transformations in Aviation.
I have published in journals such as Environmental Innovation & Societal Transitions, Technovation, Energy Research & Social Science and Resources Policy, attracting more than 1500 citations to date. Some of my recent publications include:
- A critical and reflexive perspective on sustainability
- A qualitative case study on transitions towards lithium-ion batteries
- A multiple case study on autonomous buses, electric road systems and hydrogen-based steelmaking
- A sustainability assessment of system transitions towards sustainable aviation fuels
My CV can be accessed here.
Research Methods in Industrial Engineering and Management (ME2003), examiner, course responsible | Course web
Research Methods in Industrial Engineering and Management (ME2004), examiner, course responsible | Course web