Henrik Klein Moberg, Lic.Eng.
I am a PhD student with a Bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics, and a Master's degree in Complex Adaptive Systems, with a focus of combining machine learning with physics. My PhD project is in developing AI for nanoplasmonic spectroscopy and microscopy analysis. I utilize deep learning-based computer vision in nanofluidic scattering microscopy, a scattering-based optical microscopy method, to study the properties of nano-sized biological molecules and nanoparticles. Further, I use AI to study the response of nanoplasmonic sensors in a catalytic nanoreactor to correlate the effect of complex catalytic nanoparticle surface effects on said particles' catalytic activity, as well as improve the speed and limits of detection of hydrogen gas sensors in the framework of the TechForH2 competence center for hydrogen energy technologies at Chalmers.
June 1996: Born in Gothenburg, Sweden
June 2019: B. Sc. in Engineering Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
September 2020: M. Sc. in Complex Adaptive Systems, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
December 2020 - current: PhD student, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
September 2022 - current: Co-founder & Technology Developer, IFLAI (www.iflai.com), Gothenburg, Sweden
Prizes and other achievements
March 2022: Winner of Chalmers Ventures Startup Camp 2022 with IFLAI AB
Henrik Klein Moberg
Fysik Forskarhus, Floor 5
Department of Physics
Chalmers University of Technology
SE-412 96 Göteborg