He works as Bibliometric Analyst at the Department of Communication and Learning in Science at Chalmers University of Technology. He works on analyzing publications impact and research collaborations, developing publication strategies and policies with university management, departments, research divisions and research groups, and contributes to the university ranking analytics. He obtained PhD from University of Antwerp in 2018. His research leads to development of new informetric methods for expert panel composition for research evaluation. His research contributes to the academic literature by proposing six informetric methods to measure cognitive distance between evaluators and evaluees using their publication profiles as a representation of their expertise. Earlier, he completed Erasmus Mundus Joint MSc from the consortium of Oslo Metropolitan University, Tallinn University and Parma University. His research interest includes Informetrics, Bibliometrics, Scientometrics, Research evaluation, Scholarly communication and Open Science among others. He is involved in several ongoing research projects.