Currently I am postdoctoral researcher at Chalmers University of Technology stationed at Onsala Space Observatory close to Gothenburg, Sweden. I am a radio astronomer with special interest in Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI), its technical aspects and scientific applications. My favourite celestial sources are pulsars which are ideal targets for VLBI due to their compact nature. Here at OSO I work on pulsar astrometry and pulsar scintillometry with Wouter Vlemmings. Most recently -- well, for the last two years really -- I got heavily involved in Fast Radio Burst science. In particular, I lead a project called Pinpointing REpeating Chime Sources with Evn dishes (PRECISE) that aims at localising FRBs that were reported to be repeaters by the CHIME/FRB Collaboration.

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