What is your current role? Tell us a bit about your research
I am a soon-to-be Assistant Professor in Visualization research at Linköping University. My main research interests lie in 3D interaction with volumetric data, immersive analytics, visualization of statistical data, methodological research, and open science.
Why did you choose to participate in the ASAPbio Fellows program?
The ASAPbio Fellow programs is a wonderful initiative to connect researchers in different domains with common interests. I strongly believe that science is and should be more of a collective effort (rather than a competitive one) and I am delighted and looking forward to work on the multiple projects and ideas that ASAPbio has been promoting. I have in the past interacted and communicated with ASAPbio members on the role and importance of preprints and I saw participating in the Fellows program as an opportunity to continue this work.
What are you excited about in science communication?
There are many things I am particularly interested in when it comes to science communication so I’m not sure which one to choose here. I love bringing science to the public, but also have a keen interest in bringing new methods to scientists, especially when it comes to publishing and preprinting.
Ask me about…
Ask me about anything from my research interest highlighted above to photography, music, running, or personal data. I am particularly keen on collecting and visualizing a lot of my personal data and happy to talk about this more. Also would be very happy to discuss NHST and dichotomous thinking when it comes to statistical results and how it can negatively impact research processes.