Associate senior lecturer/Assistant Professor at Department of Information Technology, Division of Systems and Control
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My research interests lie in the fields of sensor fusion, statistical signal processing, and machine learning together with its applications. At present, I am involved in a research project for modeling high-dimensional dynamical system.
In December 2015 I defended my PhD thesis entitled Modeling of Magnetic Fields and Extended Objects for Localization Applications] at Linköping University. The main topic of my thesis was target tracking and localization using magnetometers. During my PhD, I also conducted research on localization of migrating birds and extended target tracking using Gaussian processes as well as modelling and control of high-dimensional dynamical systems. For further information regarding these topics, see my PhD thesis.
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