My research is focused on engineering alloys and the correlation between material structure/chemistry and engineering properties - specifically the degradation of said properties owing to deleterious influence of the operating environment. I conduct my studies mainly using SEM, TEM, and APT with FIB/SEM specimen preparation. I currently investigate the influence of hydrogen (deriving e.g. from corrosion) on the premature failure of bearing steel. This project is performed in my dual role as Researcher at Chalmers and Development Engineer at the bearing company SKF, supported by the SSF Strategic Mobility grant. I have also past experience from likeminded research on Ni-base alloys in aero engines with respect to oxygen and oxidation. Additional experiences include welding of Ni-base alloys and atomic scale microstructure investigations of light alloys (Al, Mg).