I succesfully defended my doctoral thesis in automatic control entitled ``Application-oriented input design and optimization methods involving ADMM'' on September 2, 2016. From October 2016, I will be on parental leave while seeking new employment.
I received a MSc in engineering physics from KTH in 2010. The same year I started as a PhD student at the Automatic Control Lab at KTH under the supervision of Prof. Bo Wahlberg and co-supervision of Prof. Håkan Hjalmarsson. In 2012 I received my Licentiate of Engineering in automatic control. From mid-March 2013 to mid-January 2014, I was on parental leave. From November 2014 to July 2016, I was visiting the department of automatic control at Lund University. On September 2, 2016, I succesfully defended my doctoral thesis in automatic control and from October 2016 I will be on parental leave, while seeking employment within my area of expertise.CV
My research interests are in system identification, modelling of dynamic systems from experimental data, and convex optimization.
I was involved in the AutoProfit project where model-based operation support technology for control and model calibrations was developed.