I’m a researcher at RISE, division Built Environment, where I lead and participate in interdisciplinary research projects related to the energy transition.
I’m interested in the interaction between people and technology in society’s transition to a renewable energy system. Examples of current research questions and topics include social norms related to solar energy and how such norms impact who is viewed as a solar energy customer; households’ social resilience when the energy system is changing; energy sufficiency as a necessary complement to energy efficiency; and justice perspectives on solar energy.
I have a long experience of qualitative methods and often use interviews, focus groups, or workshops to gain more knowledge about people’s experiences, needs, and use of technology. My background is human-computer interaction and interaction design, and where it is suitable, I also use design methods and design thinking from those fields to understand people’s needs as well as identify future alternative solutions.
My publications can be found on Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.se/citations?user=TvQYpYsAAAAJ&hl=sv&oi=ao