The theoretical study of atomic nuclei as interacting systems of protons and neutrons
has been Gustav’s main topic of interest and research for the past decade. The phenomenology
is filled with emergent phenomena that can only be described by performing numerical
experiments at a high level of accuracy and precision. His ultimate goal is to describe
atomic nuclei from the fundamental degrees of freedom, quarks and gluons, through a
series of controlled approximations with quantified uncertainties. By working towards
simultaneous improvements in the fields of many-body methods, high-performance computing,
and nuclear phenomenology, where new methods are being designed, implemented, and
applied, he hopes to make considerable contributions to develop predictive theories for
nuclear physics.


University of Oslo
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
University of Oslo
Computational Science
Master of Science (M.S.)
University of Oslo
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

R&D Activities Contributions

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Staff Activities

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Editor - Computer Physics Communication(CPC)

Gustav joined the editorial team of CPC in 2016 as a specialist editor in nuclear physics.