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CV

Daniel Sjöberg, Prefekt


Curriculum Vitae

Education and degrees

  • Appointed Docent in Electromagnetic Theory, Lund Institute of Technology, Lund University, Sweden. (051205)
  • Ph.D. in Engineering, Electromagnetic Theory, Lund Institute of Technology, Lund University. (010427)
  • Licentiate in Engineering, Electromagnetic Theory, Lund Institute of Technology, Lund University. (990412)
  • Master of Science in Engineering Physics, Lund Institute of Technology, Lund University. (960830)

University positions

  • Professor at the Department of Electrical and Information Technology, Lund University, Sweden. (110324-present)
  • Associate professor at the Department of Electrical and Information Technology, Lund University, Sweden. (060701–110324)
  • Postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Electroscience, Lund Institute of Technology, Lund University, Sweden. (010601–060630)
  • Doctoral student at the Department of Electromagnetic Theory, the Department of Applied Electronics, and the Department of Electroscience, Lund Institute of Technology, Lund University, Sweden. (960901–010531)

Professional training

  • "Utvecklingssamtal - en introduktion för chefer och ledare". A course on implementing staff appraisal talks. Fall 2018.
  • "UGL - Utveckling av Grupp och Ledare". A course on leadership and group dynamics. One week full time, spring 2018.
  • "Communication in Engineering Education". A course on teaching communication skills to students of engineering. Started 140320, ended 150831.
  • "AKKA III - AKademiska Kollegors Ansvar". A leadership program within Lund University, treating organisation, academic leadership, academic culture and gender, personal leadership, ethical aspects on leadership, diversity and equality within university, retorics and media encounters, leadership in the future university. Started December 16, 2008, ended November 18, 2009.
  • "Workshop - den pedagogiska portföljen". This is a workshop corresponding to 40 hours work (one week), treating how to write a pedagogical portfolio. Started November 7, ended December 12, 2008.
  • “Den goda föreläsningen”. This is a course corresponding to 80 hours work (two weeks), treating the art of lecturing. Started August 24 2006, ended November 17 2006.
  • “Bologna workshop”. This is a workshop on the implications of the Bologna process at LTH, corresponding to 1 week work. Started March 13, ended April 3, 2006.
  • “Pedagogisk inspirationskurs”. This is a course corresponding to 200 hours work, and consists of a pedagogical development project (100 hours), practical teaching using methods discussed in the course (40 hours), and introduction to university pedagogics (60 hours). Started October 2004, ended April 2005.
  • “Kompetensutvecklingsdagar för forskarhandledare på LTH”, two day course arranged by Lund Institute of Technology, treating supervision of PhD students, 6 and 13 October 2004. Necessary for permission to supervise PhD students at LTH.
  • “LTHs docentkurs,” course arranged by Lund Institute of Technology, treating supervision of PhD students, presentation strategies, pedagogics and teaching, voice and body language, contacts with media, academic leadership. Corresponds to one week full time, started March 5 2003, ended April 10, 2003.

Academic leadership

  • Chair of the Swedish National Committee on Radio Science (ordförande Svenska Nationalkommittén för Radiovetenskap, SNRV). (180101-present)
  • Chair of Commission B of SNRV (National Committee of Radio Science, URSI). (150101–171231)
  • Head of Department for the Department of Electrical and Information Technology, Lund University, 50% of full time. (150101-present)
  • Director of Studies for the Department of Electrical and Information Technology, Lund University, 40% of full time. (090101-141231)
  • Member of the Board for the Department of Electrical and Information Technology, Lund University. (070701–090115)
  • Assistant Director of Studies for the Engineering Physics Program at Lund Institute of Technology, 15% of full time (biträdande programledare teknisk fysik, LTH). (060101–120331)
  • Director of Studies for the Engineering Physics Program at Lund Institute of Technology, 20% of full time (utbildningsledare teknisk fysik, LTH). (020701–051231)
  • Reserve member of the Board for Graduate Studies at Lund Institute of Technology (LTHs forskarutbildningsnämnd). (010701–020630)
  • Reserve member of the Board for the Department of Applied Electronics, Lund Institute of Technology, Lund University. (001026–010630)
  • Member of the Board for Graduate Studies at Lund Institute of Technology (LTHs forskarutbildningsnämnd). (000701–010630)
  • Member of the Scientific Committee at Lund Institute of Technology (LTHs forskningsberedning). (990701–000229)
  • Reserve member of the Board for Graduate Studies at Lund Institute of Technology
    (LTHs forskarutbildningsnämnd). (980701–000229)
  • Member of the Board for the Department of Electromagnetic Theory, Lund Institute
    of Technology, Lund University. (970701–990630)

Referee in international scientific journals

Radio Science, Wave Motion, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Physical Review A, Physical Review E, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems Series B, Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, Progress in Electromagnetics Research.

Honors

  • Senior Member of IEEE, Antennas and Propagation Society.
  • Co-opted member of Commission B of SNRV (National Committee of Radio Science, URSI). (020313–)
  • Inspector for the PhD Student Chapter of the Student Union at Lund Institute of Technology (Inspektor för doktorandsektionen vid Lunds tekniska högskola). (100518-131231)
  • Honorary Member of the Student Union at Lund Institute of Technology (Hederstruls i Teknologkåren vid Lunds tekniska högskola), May 17, 2003.
  • Young Scientist Award at the XXVIth General Assembly, URSI. Toronto, August 13–21, 1999.

Member of evaluation committees for PhD theses

  • Markus Frank, Adaptive Programming of RFID Inlays in the Reactive Near Field, PhD thesis, Microtechnology and Nanoscience - MC2, Chalmers, 180202.
  • Fei Sun, Transformation Optics for Controlling DC Magnetic Field, Royal Institute of Technology, 141201.
  • Livia Cerullo, Microwave Measurement Systems for In-Line 3D Monitoring of Pharmaceutical Processes, Chalmers University, 131107.
  • Therese Sjödén, Sensitivity Analysis and Material Parameter Estimation based on Electromagnetic Modelling, Linneaus University, 120605.
  • Rikard Ojala, Towards an All-Embracing Elliptic Solver in 2D, Lund University, 111202 (reserve member).
  • Disala Uduwawala, A Comprehensive Study of Resistor-Loaded Planar Dipole Antennas for Ground Penetrating Radar Applications, Royal Institute of Technology, 061006.
  • Fredrik Svensson, Finite Volume Methods on Quadrilateral and Moving Meshes, Lund University, 060512.
  • Ola Forslund, Scattering and Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves in Planar and Curved Periodic Structures - Applications to Plane Wave Filters, Plane Wave Absorbers and Impedance Surfaces, Royal Institute of Technology, 040917.

Opponent and external reviewer of theses

  • Christopher A. Dirdal, Metamaterial Effective Parameters, PhD thesis, Department of Electronic Systems, Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, 170630.
  • Sadegh Mansouri Moghaddam, Wireless Systems Antenna Design Based on MIMO-OTA Analysis, Licentiate thesis, Department of Signals and Systems, Chalmers University of Technology, 170608.
  • Yakir Hadad, Non-reciprocal plasmonic guiding structures, PhD thesis, Faculty of Engineering, Tel Aviv University, Israel, 140819.
  • Jyoti Prasad Gogoi, Expanded Graphite-Novolac Phenolic Resin Based Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Shielding Material Over the X-Band: Synthesis, Characterization, Analysis and Design Optimization, PhD thesis, Department of Physics, School of Science, Tezpur University, India, 130221.
  • Henrik Kettunen, Complex electromagnetic responses from simple geometries, PhD thesis, School of Electrical Engineering, Aalto University, Finland, 110911.
  • Alireza Motevasselian, On the scattering reduction of an aircraft wing profile enclosing an antenna, Licentiate thesis, Electromagnetic Theory, School of Electrical Engineering, Royal Institute of Technology, 100525.
  • Anna Jänis,  Investigation of electrical and magnetic properties of nanoparticles and nanofibres with the aim to tailor material properties of nanocomposites, Licentiate Thesis, Department of Materials and Manufacturing Technology, Chalmers, 080612.

Supervision of graduate students

  • Niklas Wingren (main supervisor), Lund University. Started spring 2019.
  • Casimir Ehrenborg (assistant supervisor), Lund University. Optimal Performance of Advanced Radiating Structures (PhD thesis, 190524).
  • Jakob Helander (main supervisor), Lund University. Millimeter Wave Imaging and Phased Array Antennas for 5G and Aerospace Applications (PhD thesis, 190326).
  • Alexander Bondarik (main supervisor), Lund University. Microstrip Antennas for 60 GHz Band Application (PhD thesis, 181005).
  • Doruk Tayli (assistant supervisor), Lund University. Computational Tools for Antenna Analysis and Design (PhD thesis, 180202).
  • Andreas Ericsson (main supervisor), Lund University. Design and Characterization of Functional Structures for Electromagnetic Waves (PhD thesis, 171027).
  • Iman Vakili (assistant supervisor), Lund University. Time-Domain Antenna and Scattering Analysis for Micro- and Millimeter-Wave Applications (PhD thesis, 151127).
  • Lars Ohlsson (assistant supervisor), Lund University. Compact and Efficient Millimetre-Wave Circuits for Wideband Applications (PhD thesis, 150605)
  • Carl Gustafson (assistant supervisor), Lund University. 60 GHz Wireless Propagation Channels: Characterization, Modeling and Evaluation, (PhD thesis, 141217)
  • Jörgen Ramprecht (at KTH, external supervisor), Electromagnetic Waves in Media with Ferromagnetic Losses (PhD thesis, 080605).
  • Christian Engström, Effective Properties of Heterogeneous Materials with Applications in Electromagnetics (PhD thesis, 060502).
  • Christian Engström, Effective Materials in Electromagnetics (licentiate thesis, 050201)

Teaching experience

Course coordinator

  • EITN90 Radar and Remote Sensing, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 8h, labs 12h, projects, spring 2019.
  • EITN90 Radar and Remote Sensing, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 8h, labs 12h, projects, spring 2018.
  • ETEN05 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 12h, projects, fall 2016.
  • ETE115 Electromagnetics and Electronics, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 24h, spring 2016.
  • ETEN05 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 12h, projects, fall 2015.
  • ETE115 Electromagnetics and Electronics, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 24h, spring 2015.
  • ETEN05 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 12h, projects, fall 2014.
  • ETEN05 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 12h, projects, fall 2013.
  • ETE115 Electromagnetics and Electronics (first part), 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 12h, spring 2013.
  • ESS010 Electronics (second part), 15 ECTS credits, lectures 14h, seminars 6h, fall 2012.
  • Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 12h, projects, fall 2012.
  • Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 12h, projects, fall 2011.
  • Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 34h, tutorials 8h, projects, fall 2010.
  • Electromagnetic Wave Propagation,7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 36h, projects, commissioned teaching at FOI Linköping spring 2010.
  • Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 34h, tutorials 8h, projects, fall 2009.
  • Electromagnetics and Electronics, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 34h, tutorials 28h, home assignments, fall 2008.
  • Electromagnetics and Electronics, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 28h, home assignments, fall 2007.
  • Electromagnetics and Electronics, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 28h, home assignments, fall 2006.
  • Electromagnetics and Electronics, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures 28h, tutorials 28h, home assignments, fall 2005
  • Electromagnetic Fields (second part), 9 ECTS credits, lectures 20h, tutorials 28h, fall 2002.
  • Electromagnetic Fields (second part), 9 ECTS credits, lectures 20h, tutorials 28h, fall 2001.

Teaching assistant

  • ETEF15 Circuits and Measurements, advanced course, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures on EMC 6h, fall 2016.
  • ETEF15 Circuits and Measurements, advanced course, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures on EMC 6h, fall 2015.
  • ETEF15 Circuits and Measurements, advanced course, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures on EMC 6h, fall 2014.
  • EDI615 Technical Interfaces, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures on EMC 8h, labs 16h, spring 2014.
  • ETEF15 Circuits and Measurements, advanced course, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures on EMC 6h, fall 2013.
  • EDI615 Technical Interfaces, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures on EMC 8h, labs 16h, spring 2013.
  • ETEF15 Circuits and Measurements, advanced course, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures on EMC 6h, fall 2012.
  • EDI615 Technical Interfaces, 7.5 ECTS credits, lectures on EMC 8h, labs 16h, spring 2012.
  • Electromagnetic Fields 2, 7.5 ECTS credits, tutorials 48h, fall 2000.
  • Circuits and Circuit Theory, 7.5 ECTS credits, tutorials 20h, spring 1998.
  • Circuit Theory, 7.5 ECTS credits, tutorials 28h, spring 1998.
  • Electromagnetic Fields 1, 6 ECTS credits, tutorials 56h, spring 1998.
  • Electromagnetic Fields 1, 6 ECTS credits, tutorials 56h, spring 1997.
  • Electromagnetic Fields, 9 ECTS credits, tutorials 28h, fall 1996.
  • Circuit Theory, 7.5 ECTS credits, tutorials 16h, spring 1996.

Supervised Master's theses

  • Erol Ali and Andreas Örstadius, Passive Radar Detection of Aerial Targets, 170516.
  • Johan Lundgren, Dual Band Circular Polarization Selective Structures for Space Applications, 160824.
  • Clara Bäck, Restrictions in the far-field of antennas enclosed in bodies of revolution, 160205.
  • Christian Nelson, Calibration methods for material measurements, 151201.
  • Jakob Helander, Millimeter Wave Antenna Technology in Mobile Terminal and Station, 140612.
  • Ellinor Persson and Ahmed Al-Muqayad, A Study of the Field Distribution on Finite Array Endfire Antennas, 130829.
  • Viktor Liljegren, Evaluation of Circular Polarization Selective Surfaces for Space Applications, 130405.
  • Christos Tsipogiannis, Microwave Materials Characterization Using Waveguides and Coaxial Probe, 130109. 
  • Martin Magnusson, Full System Simulation of Near Field Communication, 121114.
  • Andreas Johansson, Shielding Effectiveness in Nested Reverberation Chambers, 120515.
  • Robin Johansson, Implementation and Development of a Gradient Shape Optimization Method for Antennas, 111209.
  • Pau Latorre Costa, Real-Time Visualisation of Antenna Patterns, 091030.
  • Carl-Gustav Renmarker, Radar absorbing materials, reflection and transmission, 060828.
  • Lovisa Nord, Sensitivity of wave propagation characteristics to manufacturing defects in frequency selective radomes, 050216.
  • Alexander Hunt and Martin Kjällström, Parameteroptimering för ozonproduktion vid 1-10 kV och 13-28 kHz, 020617.
  • Niklas Aronsson and Daniel Askeroth, A comparative study of electromagnetic dosimetric simulations and measurements, 020419.
  • Jon Bosson, Studie av dipolmoment för små partiklar i statiska fält med hjälp av Femlab, med tillämpning mot Rayleigh-spridning, 011221.
  • Anton Brink, Shielding methods for radio frequencies, 010302.

Supervised Bachelor's theses

  • Fredrik Nedmark, Detection of Schumann resonances, 070829. 

Postgraduate courses

  • Partial differential equations, 2015, 7.5 credits
  • Electromagnetic wave propagation, fall 2009-2016, 7.5 credits
  • Partial differential equations, fall 2005, 7.5 credits
  • Linear integral equations, spring 2003, 7.5 credits
  • Wave propagation in stochastic materials, spring 2002, 7.5 credits
  • Partial differential equations, fall 2001, 7.5 credits

Conference organization and committees

  • Vice Chair of European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), March 15-20, 2020, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
  • Convenor of a Special Session (with Niklas Wellander) on "Multiscale Modeling and Applications to Composite Materials" at the XXX URSI General Assembly, Istanbul, Turkey, August 13-20, 2011.
  • Convenor of a Special Session (with Niklas Wellander) on "Micromodeling and Characterization of Composite Materials" at the Electromagnetic Theory Symposium 2010 (URSI Commission B), Berlin, Germany, August 16-19, 2010.
  • Member of the Local Organizing Committe for the conference EMB07 (Computational Electromagnetics), Lund, Sweden, October 18–19, 2007.
  • Convenor of a Special Session on "Finite Arrays and Periodic Structures" at the Electromagnetic Theory Symposium 2007 (URSI Commission B), Ottawa, Canada, July 26–28, 2007.
  • Member of the Organizing Committee for the conference GigaHertz 2005, Uppsala, Sweden, November 8–9, 2005.

Other experience

  • Deputy Chairman of the Board for the Doctoral Students of Sweden (Sveriges doktorander, SDok). (990701–000229)
  • Member of the Committee for the Doctoral Students of the United Student Unions of Sweden (Sveriges förenade studentkårers doktorandkommitté). (980701–000229)
  • Ombudsman for the doctoral students of the Student Union at Lund Institute of Technology (doktorandombudsman, Teknologkåren vid LTH). (980701–000229)
  • Secretary of the Board for the Doctoral Students of the Student Union at Lund Institute of Technology (doktorandsektionens styrelse, Teknologkåren vid LTH). (970501–980430)
  • Secretary of the Council of the Student Union at Lund Institute of Technology (Teknologkårens vid LTH fullmäktige). (970101–981231)