Stockholm University, Sweden
With a background in physical chemistry, I work with research, teaching and out reach projects at the Department of Physics. I study chemical processes and molecules using computer simulations based on quantum chemical calculations.
At the department of physics at Stockholm University, I have lectured in courses on wave dynamics for teachers at the Bachelor level and simulation methods in statistical physics within the master programme in computational physics. I am presently responsible for the course on quantum chemistry, which we recently converted into flipped class room format. Previous teaching experience is in the field of chemistry, in particular physical chemistry and computational chemistry.
If you are interested in a bachelor och Master project, please feel welcome to contact me. There are several examples of previous projects on the home page of the division of chemical physics.
In addition, I am strongly engaged in out reach activities for schools, high-schools and the general public. In particular, Fysikum has a strong involvement in European Researcher’s Night in Stockholm, coordinated by the House of Science, at AlbaNova university centre.
We use theoretical calculations based on quantum mechanics and statistical physics to study solutions and and solar cells. These methods allow us to describe the electronic structure and chemical dynamics on a molecular level. Through computer simulations, we can, in close collaboration with experimental groups, reach a detailed insight into complicated systems and for example contribute to the development of more efficient chemical storage of solar energy.
On the home page of the research group, you can learn more about on-going research projects and find examples of recent publications.