My research focus on medical applications of aerosols: viruses and nanoparticles we breathe and their interactions with the lungs. Closely related to this are also studies of bioaerosols, airborne infection, exposure to air pollution and sampling of biological material in the air. Most of my work is carried out in close collaboration with experts in medicine and microbiology. A major project over the past years has been the invention and development of AiDA (Airspace Dimension Assessment) - a new method to measure structure in the deep lung with nanoparticles.
Main supervisor for 3 PhD students in Aerosol Technology. Organizer of various courses for PhD students, including “Seminar Course in Aerosol Science” (MAM025F, maximum 5 hp, 2018-), “Airborne Transmission of Infectious Agents” (MAM015F, 2 hp, 2017), “Reading Course in Aerosol Science” (MAM010F, maximum 7.5 hp, 2016-), “Applied statistics” (MAM005F, 1.5 hp, 2016), “Particles and health” (6 hp, 2009, 2012, 2015, 2018), “Aerosol and lung physiology” (4 hp, 2019).
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