I teach a few different courses. This term:
I am also responsible for "Forskargrenen"
My group and I work mainly on astrophysical searches for particle dark matter, with gamma-ray telescopes on satellites (like the Fermi Large Area Telescope) and on ground (like H.E.S.S.) or in deep underground experiments (XENON). More details and links can be found on the group page - see to the right.
Statistical issues pertinent to dark matter searches are particularly close to my heart, which is why I currently collaborate with cosmologists and statisticians at Imperial College London to see what we can learn from each other. One particular aspect of this collaboration involves the Global Fitting tool, GAMBIT.
I have been working with the AMANDA/IceCube neutrino telescope (1999-2003), at CERN with the ALICE detector (2004-2005) and for a shorter period with the PAMELA (2006/07) cosmic-ray experiment.