My research interest are in the field of particle physics. I graduated from Stockholm University in 2001 and got my Ph. D. at Stockholm University in 2006. I spent 2006-2011 as a postdoc at the University of Michigan, before joining KTH as an assistant professor in 2011.
I am currently a member of the ATLAS Collaboration. I was involved in the discovery of the Higgs boson and my current research is devoted to measuring the properties of this new particle.
I served as the ATLAS Data Preparation Coordinator between Oct 1 2015 and Oct 1 2017.
The ATLAS detector will be upgraded around year 2026. For this upgrade, the KTH group is involved in the construction of a new timing detector, HGTD, and in particular for its capability to measure the number of collisions at the centre of the ATLAS detector.