Chemical engineer and hobby programmer.
I am currently pursuing a PhD in electrochemistry at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. My research is, mostly, about lowering the cost of fuel cells for automotive applications. One way to do that is to change the chemical environment in the fuel cell from an acidic (proton conducting) environment to an alkaline (hydroxide conducting) environment. In this environment alternative catalysts and material can, and should, be used and we are therefore exploring how different types of catalysts and membranes behave in this fuel cell environment.
You can find me at these various places:
- Github: https://github.com/grimler91
- Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/grimler
- Mastodon.social: https://mastodon.social/@grimler
- Freenode’s irc network: username Grimler
- linkedin: https://linkedin.com/in/grimler
On github I am part of the termux team, mostly reviewing pull requests, porting software and maintaining the various repositories. This site hosts mirrors of the official repositories, visit termux to browse these. There might also be some unofficial LineageOS roms for some devices under lineage.
Lately I have been spending time with the postmarketOS project, improving or adding support for the various devices I own.
Most of my personal projects are hosted at gitlab.
My gpg fingerprint is:
B631 6860 9E88 39CA 9150 CE2D D9EF D568 91B2 BB50
You can find my public key here.
If you want to contact me for whatever reason you can send an email to email@example.com, feel free to sign and/or encrypt the message if you have a gpg key.