I’m a dane, currently living in Vancouver, British Columbia. Here I’m pursuing a PhD in experimental condensed matter physics at the University of British Columbia, working at the Quantum Devices Group. I’m currently focusing on two topics: Topological qubits in proximitized 1D InAs nanostructures and emerging anomalous metallic phases in InAs/Al SIT samples.

I received my Masters degree in 2015 from University of Copenhagen, where I worked at the Center for Quantum Devices. During my Masters I studied the properties of Fractional Quantum Hall quasi-particles, using QPC’s.

Before entering the exciting world of academia, I trained to become an electrician. I received my certificate in 2009 and was at the same time awarded the bronze medal as well as the Massmannske medal of silver.


  • Quantum Transport
  • Quantum Computing
  • Programming
  • Death/Black Metal
  • Hiking
  • Road Biking


  • MSc in Condensed Matter Physics, 2015

    The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen

  • BSc in Physics, 2013

    The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen

  • Electrician, 2009

    J&E Electric A/S


Gate-induced superconductivity in a monolayer topological insulator.
Science 362, 922 (2018)

DOI arXiv

Direct Entropy Measurement in a Mesoscopic Quantum System.
Nature Physics 14, 1083 (2018)

DOI arXiv