Bio


When I was five, I told my teacher I was going to be a theoretical physicist, and this obsession has persisted since then. Obtained my PhD in 2015 from Chalmers University of Technology with the thesis "Lost in Localisation: Searching for exact results in supersymmetric gauge theories", after which I spent three years as a Postdoc at Imperial College London before joining Stanford.


In my spare time, I am the worlds clumsiest figure skater, an avid sewing geek and a die-hard Trekkie.

Professional Education


  • Doctor of Philosophy, Chalmers Tekniska Hogskola (2015)

Current Research and Scholarly Interests


My research is aimed at obtaining results in strongly-correlated quantum systems using a variety of approaches, including supersymmetric localisation and holography. I am currently working on understanding the late-time dynamics of systems with quantum chaos.

Other interests include the behaviour of mass-deformed supersymmetric Chern-Simons theories, quantum error correcting codes in relation to holography, and generalised geometry.