University of Southern Denmark
Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M
2015-2019: Ph.d. in Quantum Biology and Computational Biophysics at SDU.
2014-2017: Master in Physics at SDU.
2010-2014: Bachelor in Physics, Chemistry and Math at SDU.
2013: Awarded an Oticon Scholarship.
Research Interests: Magnetoreception, spin-dynamics, atomic and molecular structure, interactions between light and matter.
Teaching assistant in the following courses:
- FY522 - Introductory quantum mechanics II (spring 2018)
- KE529 - Mathematic methods in Chemistry and Nanoscience (spring 2018)
- FY522 - Introductory quantum mechanics II (spring 2017)
- KE523 - Physical chemistry (autumn 2016)
- KE529 - Mathematic methods in Chemistry and Nanoscience (autumn 2016)
Current Research and Development Projects
Cryptochrome structure prediction
Most of the available crystal structures for cryptochrome proteins are incomplete, so I am trying to construct the missing part of Arabidopsis t. cryptochrome 1 by computational approaches.
Realistic spin chemical model for magnetoreception
So far the models used to investigate the radical pair-based mechanism utilized by migratory birds to sense the geomagnetic field have been somewhat artificial. I want to create as realistic a model as possible, and use it to evaluate the capabilities of the photoreceptor protein Cryptochrome to act as a compas sensor molecule. Read more on the Research Area page.
Spin Dynamics Software development
I am currently developing a spin dynamics software package, that I will use to create and test my spin chemical models for magnetoreception.
I am also participating in development of VIKING, currently as designer of the user interface. Read more about VIKING here.