Torbjörn is working at a company in Stockholm since June 2007.
Since autumn 2006 I divide my time between teaching and research at Chalmers (20%) and work in industry (80%).
I graduated from the Engineering Physics programme at Chalmers in 1998, and have since then participated in a number of research projects in musical acoustics, physical acoustic and sound analysis.
I started out working on organ pipe acustics, and then moved to Singapore to take up a position in analysis of dolphin sounds with the aim of finding out more about the dolphin sonar capabilities.
This fascinated me, so when I got the chance of taking up a PhD in whale and dophin sound analysis for early detection of presence and species recognition I jumped to it and moved to ISVR in Southampton, England.
Having graduated in 2004, I then spent a brief Post Doc at the Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya in Vilanova, Spain and moved back to Sweden in 2005 to take up a position in industry.
My research interests lie mainly in sound signal processing and its use for environmental monitoring, for example of animal populations.
I teach maths and signal processing in the Individual Preparation and Sound and Vibration Measurement courses.