I was born in Umeå, Sweden, and after a short stay further north, I moved back to Umeå to do my undergraduate in Engineering Physics. I did my Master's thesis in the complex systems group at the Dept. of Physics, and, since 2018, I'm working on my postgraduate degree at Icelab.
My work is focused on how to highlight as many regularities as possible from flow pathways in complex systems. To do this, I have worked on creating new visualizations that can help researchers explore the organization of these complex systems. Currently, I work on how to incorporate multi-step flow pathways to efficiently map social and biological systems.
With long, cold winters, the north of Sweden offer many winter activities. I enjoy ice climbing in the mountains. To escape the short hot summers, I often visit Lofoten in the north of Norway.