I am a researcher at the Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics at Lund University, Sweden. My work mainly concerns the formation and evolution of galaxies. In 2010 I completed my Ph.D. at the Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of Zurich. After this I took up a fellowship position at the Kavli Institure for Theoretical Physics, University of Chicago. In 2013 I became a lecturer in the astrophysics group at the Univerity of Surrey, and in 2016 I started my current position at Lund University.
Master level course, given every second year by Prof. Sofia Feltzing. More information about the course can be found on the course website
I supervise students at B.Sc and M.Sc levels. Contact me for information about available projects.
I am of of the study directors for the COMPUTE research school at the Science Faculty, Lund University, which a focuses on scientific discovery using computer simulations. COMPUTE, which complements existing PhD programs, brings together partners from several different departments at the Faculty of Science at Lund University. The common theme for the activities of all these partners is the use of computer simulations in driving research forward.