Axel joined the 202Q-lab in September 2021. He got his PhD degree in Physics at Chalmers University of technology in 2017 working on electromechanical resonators. He has been working at Volvo AB as a software developer where he designed diagnostic functions to detect hardware degradation and Zenseact where he worked as a data management solution architect for the deep learning area. He is currently working on quantum computing with continuous variable. In his free time, he is collaborating with different researchers to gather and spread knowledge about how the brain learns.