Meet the snake charmer

Let me introduce myself

That's me!

I am an aspiring scientist living in Malmö, Sweden. Although I have been doing geophysics for a while now, I mostly see myself as a “computer guy”. I have a passion for scientific software, modeling, and effective communication & visualization.

I currently work as a Scientific Assistant at Niels Bohr Institute (Copenhagen University). At NBI, I am responsible for the development of Veros, a high-performance ocean model with a special focus on usability.

I have recently graduated with an MSc in Physics from Heidelberg University, Germany. I have conducted my Master’s project as a part of Team Ocean at NBI, and my Bachelor’s thesis project as a member of the Terrestrial Systems group at the Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg.

My personal interests cover a wide range between Coding and Technology, Science, Art and Design, and Pop Culture (and so does my blog). My tools of choice are (among others) Python, Jupyter notebooks, NumPy, Matplotlib, Bohrium, Ubuntu, InkScape, LaTeX, and C++.



Project Euler

Code Projects


The versatile ocean simulator: a full-blown, high performance ocean circulation model in pure Python. Fully parallelized on CPU and GPU through coupling to Bohrium - without compromising on readability. Developed at Niels Bohr Institute (Copenhagen University). View on GitHub.


A numerical solver for the Richards equation (soil water flow in unsaturated media), based on the DUNE framework, and developed at the Institute of Environmental Phyics (Heidelberg University). More information.

Enhanced Botero Model

An open source package for simulations of animal species based on a model proposed by Botero et al., 2015. View on GitHub.

This homepage

This homepage (including the blog) is entirely static (created using Pelican) and hosted on GitHub Pages. My theme is based on molivier‘s “Nest”, but is heavily altered to fit my needs.

If you like, you can have a look at the sources at GitHub. Everything you see here is open-source, so feel free to use it for your own project!


My Master's thesis

Master’s thesis

During my Master’s thesis in Physical Oceanography at NBI Copenhagen, I ran ocean simulations using the CESM climate model. I examined the dependence of cross-equatorial flow and the meridional overturning circulation (MOC) on viscosity close to the western ocean boundaries. My work at NBI was an interesting mixture of modeling, data evaluation, and theory.

My finished thesis, along with the LaTeX sources, can be found on GitHub.

Bachelor’s thesis

In my Bachelor’s thesis, I implemented and benchmarked adaptive grid refinement in a numerical solver for the Richards equation, a partial differential equation describing soil water flow. See also DORiE at my code projects, or on the TS-CCES group homepage.