senior lecturer at Department of Information Technology, Division of Computing Science
I teach programming and theory of programming language. I am also a pedagogical mentor.
My research interest is within application of logic to computer science -- particularly the use of formal methods for software development.
I am Head of the Division of Computing Science within the Department of Information Technology.
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I am a pedagogical mentor, that is a member of the university Collegium of Mentors. I teach Computing Science on both basic and advanced levels. The forms of teaching I use the most are projects, seminars, labs and lectures. I also review undergraduate theses.
I am a pedagogical mentor because I feel that teaching -- meeting the students -- is enjoyable and discussing teaching with colleagues is almost even more fun.
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Before I had my position at Uppsala University, I worked eight years as a consultant and still do occasional consultancy projects. I have primarily woirket with risk analysis and applications of formal methods to railway signalling. I have semiprofessional competence within all aspects of of railway signalling. Among other things I have worked with a project within the Swedish Transport Administration about risk analysis for the implementation of ETCS/ERTMS in Sweden.
In my spare time I design, build and maintain relay-based signalling systems for the preserved railroad Uppsala-Lenna Järnväg. I am also a traffic controller for that railway.
I have a Private Pilot License with Instrument Rating (PPL/IR). My total flight time is about 700 hours. I am also the chairman of the flying club in Uppsala, Motorflygarna Uppsala Flygklubb.
My research interests include the use of logic in Computer Science. I have worked with theory and implementation of Logic Programming, Interactive Theorem Proving, Logical Frameworks and Formal Methods (Specification, Verification and Synthesis).
I belong to the Concurrency research group and work with formalising proofs within concurrency theory.
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