Naval Architect, educated at KTH (T-90). PhD on modelling of planning craft in waves. Docent at KTH in Naval Architecture 2019. Today engaged in seakeeping studies where the crew's perspective is central and involved in projects on waterborne public transport. Some more, following the portfolio links to the right.
I teach in KTH Naval Architecture’s courses and supervise BSc, MSc and PhD students. My goal is to set the course content in the practical technological context and to make the students aware of the engineer’s key-role for sustainable development. I have upper secondary school teacher’s exam (Maths and Technology) from Linköping University (2019) and have studied pedagogy for higher education at KTH, most recent courses;Learning for sustainable development (2014) andGender Theory and Gender Equality in Technical Higher Education (2020). Since 2020, I am program manager, together with Magnus Burman, for the master's program Naval Architecture.
Besides teaching and research I take part in related activities at and outside of KTH; the Swedish maritime competence centre Lighthouse, KTH's PriU group for JML, KTH's Transport Platform and KTH/SCI's skolkollegium.
I am unit manager at the Department of Engineering Mechanics with the research groups Aeronautics, Lightweight structures, MoveAbility, Naval Architecture and Space Technology.
Degree Project in Engineering Physics, First cycle (SA114X), teacher | Course web
Degree Project in Naval Architecture, Second Cycle (SD271X), examiner | Course web
Degree Project in Vehicle Engineering, First Level (SA115X), teacher | Course web
Introduction to Marine Technology (SD2725), examiner, teacher | Course web
Marine Hydromechanics (SD2723), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web
Modelling ship’s propulsion and manoeuvring (SD2726), examiner | Course web
Ship Design (SD2721), examiner, teacher | Course web
Sustainable development and research methodology in engineering mechanics (SA2002), examiner | Course web