I am a native Swede. My academic background is mainly scientific (a “Lic Eng” is a Swedish type of PhD, and I completed mine on intraosseous implant research). Before graduating, I worked as Programme Adviser for Engineering Physics at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. After graduating, I worked as a materials scientist with medical devices and biomaterials research in Sweden (1991-2007), in private industry - Nobel Biocare AB - as well as at Chalmers University of Technology. However, my field of interest is rather broad and during a long maternity leave I also used theatre to interactively teach history to school children.
In 2014, I completed a PG Certificate in Higher Education Learning and Teaching and I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
University of Aberdeen offers four undergraduate courses in Swedish/Scandinavian Language. At present, I teach all four courses. These courses are an option for undergraduate Sustained Studies, but frequently also other students ask to join the courses. Apart from language knowledge, each course tries to incorporate some cultural experience.
2009- Some 90+ (2016) column articles published in Göteborgsposten, a leading Swedish daily newspaper
2000: The Communicating Implant – a Concept for Systematic Implant Research, Illustrated by Application to Bioactive Hydroxyapatite, Thesis for the degree of Licentiate of Engineering, Technical report no. APR 2000-3, Dept. of Applied Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, 154 pages
1996: European Patent EP0720833 Device for studying and/or influencing the anchorage of implants in living biological tissue (co-authored)
1991: Gränszonen mellan göt av dentallegeringar och solida metallelement (The Interface Zone Between Castings of Dental Alloys and Solid Metal Elements), M.Sc. thesis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, 94 pages (co-authored)
SN1003 Swedish 1
SN1503 Swedish 2
SN2003 Swedish 3
SN2503 Swedish 4