About me

Allow me to introduce myself. I am a dedicated problem solver and data scientist. I am curious about new ideas and techniques, consistently seeking opportunities to integrate methods from diverse fields. Collaborating with small teams and engaging in international collaborations with individuals from various backgrounds stimulates my work. In contrast, I am not fond of monotonous tasks. Consequently, I pursue to automate recurrent responsibilities, both in my professional and personal life. This commitment of streamlining processes allows me to focus on more challenging and impactful endeavors.

In my current role as a Postdoctoral Researcher at Stockholm University, I have consistently demonstrated the ability to extract meaningful insights from large datasets using advanced algorithms and statistical analysis. My experience in data analysis and visualization, statistical modeling and simulation, and machine learning enables me to effectively tackle complex problems and deliver actionable results. I enjoy thinking in abstract and generalizable structures. While this may require some additional time initially, I firmly believe it to be a rewarding strategy in the long run. The ability to conceptualize problems at a higher level leads to innovative solutions and encourages continuous improvement.

I typically worked on multiple projects in small groups with three to ten collaborators. I have presented my research at numerous international conferences and published scientific articles in high-impact journals. Those works are continuously recognized and cited by an international community. Additionally, I have co-supervised Master and PhD students and acted as a reviewer for leading journals in my field.

Beyond professional pursuits, I have actively engaged in various extracurricular activities. As a board member of the FJ Sailing association with about one hundred members, I have gained valuable experience in team management, organization, and event coordination.