My teaching experience now includes quite a variety of courses in physics at different levels and different programs, such as civil-engineering, physics, Optometry and postgraduate programs. I have also been involved in training courses for teachers and have given a lot of popular science lectures.


My research focus is experimental astroparticle physics. In the 1990s, I worked in the AMANDA and IceCube project first at Uppsala University, then at Kalmar University. In the 2000s, my research team worked with the LAT calorimeter of the Fermi satellite, which was launched in 2008, and I am still connected to Fermi the collaboration. My previous research background was in accelerator-based particle physics with several years including at the CERN laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory in the U.S., and CELSIUS in Uppsala.


Since 1 January 2012 I am Dean of the Faculty of Technology.


Article in journal (Refereed)

Conference paper (Refereed)

Chapter in book (Other academic)

  • Edsjö, J., Bai, X., Barouch, G., Barwick, S., Bay, R., et al. (2001). WIMP searches with AMANDA-B10. The Identification Of Dark Matter : Proceedings of the Third International Workshop. World Scientific. 499-505.

Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)

Report (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))