Title: Assistant Professor
Office: ChB 126
Labs: ChB 210
Phone (Office): 86248
Inorganic and Physical Teaching Divisions
M.Sc., Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany; Ph.D., KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; Postdoc, Karolinska Institute, Sweden; Docent (habilitation), KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
- Wolfe-Western Fellowship At-Large for Outstanding Newly Recruited Research Scholars (2020)
- Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Corrosion Science (2020)
- Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research, Future Research Leader (2020)
- Publons Peer-Review Award (2017)
- Publons Sentinel of Science Award (2016)
- Electrochemical Society Morris Cohen Award (2014)
- Nordic Award for Surface and Colloid Chemistry (2014)
- Cusanuswerk Ph.D. scholarship (2009)
The long-term goal of our research is to predict corrosion and surface reactions of relevance for health, environmental, and societal safety. No material is completely inert. When in contact with different environments, interfacial reactions can result in different adverse effects, such as allergic reactions, neurodegenerative diseases, environmental pollution, or material failure.
Our research explores the dynamic interactions between biological, often protein-rich, environments and different materials, such as metallic implant materials, metal nanoparticles, welding fume nanoparticles, and materials and products containing sensitizing substances. This is accomplished by material, surface, particle, and solution analytical tools, using different spectroscopic, microscopic, and electrochemical methods.
Our knowledge is applied to assist in hazard and risk assessment of different materials, to increase work environment safety, to develop safer materials and products, to improve the treatment of diseases, and to mitigate corrosion failures.
Link to publications list on Google Scholar