Associate Professor and Docent in Bridge Engineering specialized in assessing structures' safety and remaining service life. The research is aimed at civil engineering structures in steel with a focus on fatigue, sensor-based data collection, and probabilistic analyses.
A list of publications can be found here: Publications
Supervised doctoral students
Marcel Hofstetter, Bridges in steel for high speed railways.
Bowen Meng, Internet of Things and AI for monitoring of bridges.
Juan Camilo Avendaño Castillo, Condition assessment of bridges based on image analysis and machine learning.
Ruoqi Wang, Risk- and reliability-based assessment of existing steel bridges. Doctoral thesis
Oskar Skoglund, Innovative structural details for improved production efficiency in the construction of steel bridges. Doctoral thesis
Buildings and Civil Engineering Structures (AF1002), course responsible, teacher | Course web
Degree Project in Structural Engineering and Bridges, Second Cycle (AF223X), examiner, teacher | Course web
Structural mechanics 2 with load analysis (AF1735), course responsible, teacher | Course web