I work with biomechanical studies of body movements and of the respiratory system. As well as with diagnostic methods based on artificial intelligence (AI).
I work as a biomedical engineer at our department. Also, I am an adjunct lecturer at the Department of Radiation Sciences, Umeå University. My work focuses on biomechanical analyzes of body movements and of the respiratory system. Areas of application are everything from measurements of how musculoskeletal impairments affect a person's walking and balance patterns to how different environmental factors, such as air pollution, affect a person's lung capacity. Another area I work with is the classification of medical images using artificial intelligence (AI) and deep convolutional networks. Examples of images can be skin changes and images of the eardrum.
Basically, I have a physics degree from Umeå University (1993) with a major in computational physics and measurement technology. I did my dissertation at the Department of Radiation Sciences, Umeå University in 2009 (PhD in Biomedical Engineering). Since 2015 I have also been a Docent in biomedical engineering. For my publication list, follow the link to Umeå University's website (see below).
Research and development projects
Biomechanical studies of body movements and of the respiratory system. Also working on development of a mobile app for use in the field of ergonomics.