I started my PhD in June 2013, after getting my M.Sc degree in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering with a specialization in applied mathematics (Teknisk matematik), here in Linköping. I did my master thesis, entitled "Obstacle Detection Using an Ultrasonic Method", at Syncore technologies, where we developed a prototype for detecting people in commercial vehicles.
My current research involves different aspects of massive MIMO. In particular, I study how to page terminals (e.g. a cell phone) without channel state information at the base station. This is used as an initial step to set up a connection between the base station and the terminal. I'm also studying how to use massive MIMO technology to jam TDD links.
In the spring I teach the course TSKS10
(Signals, information, and communication) and during the fall I teach TSKS11
(Networks: models, algorithms, and applications.)