"The best about working at NORCE is the interdisciplinary of the organization and that it is easy to work together with research from different researcher fields. Interdisciplinary cooperation gives the possibility to see the cutting-edge expertise of the group in a larger holistically 360 degrees perspective."
I have been research leader of the modelling and simulation groupe since 2019. I have a Phd from NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) in atmospheric physics (2015) and a master degree in physics from the same place (2010). In addition have I completed a 5-year study in physics at the Technical University Munich (diploma 2010). I started working at Teknova, later NORCE, in 2011 and have since then worked with modelling projects for the metallurical industry, the oil and gass supplier industry and in the field of energy systems.
I am coordinating the hydrogen activity at NORCE together with Antonie Oosterkamp