Dr. Thorsén received a M.Sc. in Engineering Physics in 1993 and Ph.D in Microelectro Mechanical Systems and Measurement Technology in 1998, both from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. Currently he holds a position as researcher in Dependable Transport Systems unit that is part of the Electrification and Reliability department in RISE Safety and Transport division.
The section does research on functional safety and information security of programmable electronic systems with primary focus on automotive electronics, automation and security. A large part of the research are related to testing of active safety functions and cooperative vehicle systems.
Dr. Thorsén has previously worked about 10 years at Ericsson, mainly in the field of RF system and integration with hardware, software and system work, and before that for about 10 years at RISE Acreo and KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) with MEMS focusing on multi-physics simulations.
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- A seat microvalve nozzle for optimal gas flow capacity at large controlled pres…
- A valve-less planar pump isotropically etched in silicon
- Architecting cars as constituents of a system of systems
- Garage och P-hus
- Numerical and experimental studies of flat-walled diffuser elements for valve-l…
- On Perception Safety Requirements and Multi Sensor Systems for Automated Drivin…
- Samverkan mellan TT-element och pågjuten överbetong. : En fältundersökning
- Självkörande bussar i stadstrafik - förstudie
- The Quantitative Risk Norm - A Proposed Tailoring of HARA for ADS