Uni Wien (2014), ©    Peter Rigaud

Uni Wien (2014), © Peter Rigaud

Raised in HelsinkiFinland, I received
my doctorate from Aalto University in 2011. I moved to Austria in 2013 as an FWF-funded fellow and then project leader at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Vienna. In 2017, I received the ERC Starting Grant to manipulate materials with atomic precision, and since 2019 am an Assistant Professor on Tenure Track.

The name, Mostly Physics, not only describes the site content, but is also a self-ironic jab at stereotypical physicists (as captured by the webcomic xkcd).

I have authored over 50 peer-reviewed articles, mostly on heteroatom-doped carbon nanotubes and graphene.