I am an educational researcher, mathematical physicist and science communicator. Currently, I work as a PhD researcher in the physics education group at the University of Oslo and with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery at the University of Western Australia. I have developed an online learning environment about Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity and study learning processes in Einsteinian physics.
I recently moved to the other end of the world in the name of science.
Join me on my academic adventures on my travel blog hosted by Titan, the science magazine of the University of Oslo. Expect regular updates on my research projects and, of course, cool and geeky facts about Einsteinian physics as well. 🌏
23rd Australian Institute of Physics Congress
December 9th-13th, 2018
Perth, Western Australia
WE-Heraeus Seminar: General Relativity as a Challenge for Physics Education
February 10th-15th, 2019
Physikzentrum, Bad Honnef, Germany
ReleQuant develops digital learning resources in modern physics for upper secondary schools in Norway. The project was established to investigate novel ways of teaching modern physics and to study students’ learning processes.
Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity is an important pillar of modern physics and our current description of gravity. Einstein realized that there is a deep connection between gravity, space, and time.
The Einsteinian Physics Education Research (EPER) collaboration wants to teach students our most contemporary scientific understanding of the universe, while finding new ways of conducting physics education research on a global scale.