Research

My research concerns electron transport in nanostructures. More precisely, we have, starting in late 2014, developed a theoretical model capable of calculating scanning tunneling microscopy images (STM) from first-principles methods, which is the backbone of my thesis. We have also investigated simple chemical reactions on metallic surfaces, and calculated these from a developed theory.

My primary interest is numerical simulations, primarily using Python and Mathematica. This is consistent throughout my last year's work in physics.

Publications

Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary (Other academic)

Licentiate thesis, comprehensive summary (Other academic)