My Curriculum Vitae is availalble here:
The 2-page version  
and the detailed version  

Briefly, the focus of my work is on understanding and quantifying the relationship between the pest, host, environment and human interaction in diverse agronomic pathosystems, in order to turn it into a practical integrated pest management decision making advice. I am combining statistical and mathematical computational approaches (example) and applied field/lab methods (example) to simplify and understand these relationships. All computational work from my PhD is freely available, open-source and reproducible.
My formal education background is in the field of plant production/plant protection, which later evolved due to the interest in the quantitative side of plant protection. I became interested in integrated pest management in agriculture during my Master studies, after which I got an opportunity to work on a project devoted to the development of crop disease and pest decision support system VIPS in Norwegian Institute of Bio-Economy Research (NIBIO). Subsequently, that path led me to start my PhD study on forecasting potato late blight in the Republic of Ireland. On my professional and educational path, I have lived and worked in diverse teams and conditions in four countries other than my own. 

Academic websites

My peer-reviewed publications are available at several academic websites.