Professor of Scientific Visualization
I am involved in a large number of research projects ranging from low level computer graphics to applied visualization. Applications of my research are found in diverse areas such as medical visualization, astrophysics, autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, and visual learning and communication.
I am currently holding several leadership positions, such as being the head of the Media and Information Technology division (MIT) at LiU and directing the Norrköping Visualization Center C. I am also the director of the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP)
Undergraduate and graduate teaching has been an integrated part in my work Linköping University and the build-up of our Campus in Norrköping. Teaching and science communication is also a main focus of the Norrköping Visualization Center C.
I often present our research at conferences and am frequently invited to give keynotes at research conferences. I also give popular science talks on a range of topics related to my research and motivational talks about science and leadership to a general audience.