About me

I am a software architect with a computer science background, working on business critical IT systems at Netcompany

Previously, I spent around 10 years in research and education. Before leaving academia, I was an associate professor in the Human-Centered Computing section at the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen.

My research was concerned with understanding how emerging technology and human-computer interfaces can support human work. I was particularly interested in information visualization and in understanding how novel display surfaces and interaction technology can allow new ways of interaction and collaboration.

You can find a summary of my research or look at the list of my publications for more details.

About the tree

The tree in the photo taken in 2020 by yours truly is a Sequoiadendron giganteum, also known as giant redwood, which I was surprised to find in the Knuthenborg Safaripark in Denmark. These trees can grow to become close to 100m tall and more than 3.500 years old!!