My research focuses on computer vision as applied in robotic assembly tasks. I also strive to expand this into curiosity driven reinforcement learning for robotics.
I started my PhD in March of 2019 after having worked for Axis Communications AB in Lund for two years. At axis I worked with linux kernel programming for embedded systems. Before that I did my masters and bachelor studies in theoretical physics with a focus on computational biology and biological physics at Lund University. My position is funded by the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP).
I assist teaching in the following courses: