Eric’s research is concerned with the development and application of a computational framework that combines atomic-scale modeling, machine learning, and neutron scattering data in order to extract structural and dynamical information of liquid chromophores in both their ground and excited states. His Ph.D. project is part of the SwedNess research school.
- 2021: M.Sc. in Physics
Saliency mapping of RS-fMRI data in GCNs for sex and brain age prediction Chalmers University of Technology
- 2019: B.Sc. in Applied Physics
Chalmers University of Technology