|Address:||Division of Systems and Control
Department of Information Technology
SE-751 05 Uppsala
|Visit:||ITC building 2, floor 3, room 2337|
|Phone:||+46 18 - 471 3150|
|Fax:||+46 18 511925|
I'm a PhD student at the division of Systems and Control under Professor Peter Stoica. I started January 2010 after completing my engineering physics MSc. thesis in the same division. My research is mainly in the fields of Signal Processing and System Identification and is funded by an ERC advanced grant focusing on biomedical applications. I've been involved in a project treating identification of systems with quantized output. Particularily on modeling the human response to countiouos Levodopa treatment of Parkinson's disease. The goal is to find more efficient treatment strategies.
My current research is in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). By modeling the MR signal and estimating the parameters from data, one can extact intresting information such as the magnetic field inhomogeneitiy which can be used to remove dark bands in the images and improve the SNR. By modeling we can also separate fat and water in the images or find the temperature. The problem is to design efficient parameter estimation algorithms that solve these, genereally nonlinear, problems.