Morten has technical expertise within physical and technological processes.
He has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Copenhagen, during which he completed a one year academic exchange at University College London (UCL). He has practical experience within materials physics from an academic internship at the A*Star Institute in Singapore, where he simulated grain boundaries in Strontium Titanate/Yttriastabilized zirconia (YSZ) interfaces by implementing a genetic optimization algorithm.
Morten has a Master of Advanced Studies (MASt) in physics from University of Cambridge, from which he has gained experience with statistical physics. His thesis dealt with ionization of the hydrogen atom from first principles. Furthermore, he has experience with high energy particle physics, nanotechnology and theoretical physics.