In 2014, I received my Ph.D. in Space Science and Technology from Luleå University of Technology at the Swedish Institute of Space Physics (IRF) in Kiruna. My Ph.D. thesis was about the "kinetic modeling of the solar wind plasma interaction with the Moon". Then I did a postdoc at the Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) at the University of California at Berkeley and NASA's SSERVI at the Ames Center for nearly 3 years. In 2017, I moved back to IRF in Kiruna as a researcher to support the Swedish ion instrument (MIPA) onboard ESA/JAXA's BepiColombo mission to the planet Mercury. I am also a co-investigator on the BepiColombo mission and NASA's/APL's Lunar Vertex mission to the Moon (will be launched in 2024). In addition, I am an expert in developing high-performance parallel algorithms in space plasma and the founder and developer of the Amitis model, the first hybrid-kinetic plasma model that runs in parallel on multiple Graphics Processing Units (GPUs), developed in C++, CUDA, and MPI. I am also the lecturer and responsible for two undergraduate courses in my department: "Spacecraft Technology and Design" and "Research Topics in Physics". I supervize PhD students, postdocs, and undegraduate students.