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Torleif  Dahlin
Associate Editor

Torleif Dahlin completed a MSc in Civil Engineering at Lund University in 1984, specialising in water and geo-resources engineering. He got his doctorate degree in 1993 in Engineering Geology in Lund, where he is now a Professor. The doctorate thesis focussed on geoelectrical imaging for engineering and environmental applications, which has remained his primary research interest. A prototype data acquisition system developed during his doctorate studies was later commercialised as the ABEM Lund Imaging System. He has led the development of multi-channel instruments for resistivity and time-domain-induced polarisation. He has taught engineering geology, hydrogeology, field investigation methodology, and applied geo-physics for universities and industry and supervised Master’s and doctorate level students. His research activities include industry and international cooperation, where he currently is PI for the research projects Geoinfra-TRUST 2.1 and 4.2, and MIRACHL. International cooperation with field work with focus on electrical and EM methods in Scandinavia, Cape Verde Islands, eastern and southern Africa, Central America, South America and the Arctic.