I got my PhD in Statistics in 2000 from Stockholm University on the topic Bayesian Cointegration with the brilliant Daniel Thorburn as supervisor.
After my post doc I was senior lecturer at Stockholm University (2003-2011) and researcher and advisor at the Swedish central bank (2004-2011), where I was part of a team that developed the two main models for macroeconomic forecasting and policy analysis.
From 2011, I have been Professor of Statistics at Linköping University, spending time building up the Statistics and Machine Learning division and expanded my range in statistical applications to neuroimaging, robotics and transportation.
I am currently back at my alma mater Stockholm University, now as Professor (2018-).
I enjoy programming, especially when I get to use the Julia programming language.