* Martin Isaksson
* AI Researcher
* blog.martisak.se
Martin Isaksson - headshot

Hire me. Here's why!

A short summary

I am an experienced Artificial Intelligence researcher and data wrangler with a unique combination of domain-knowledge and Machine Learning competence. Currently I am an Industrial PhD student at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, RISE SICS, and a Senior Researcher at Ericsson Research. My research interest includes collaborative machine learning and deployment and automation of Artificial Intelligence functions in Radio Access Network environments.

My special interest areas are big and messy datasets, reproducible research, and network troubleshooting using statistical and machine learning methods.

Learning things is what drives me — I believe that there is always room for improvement, especially with regards to my own abilities, and I constantly seek to sharpen my skills.

I believe in doing and being able to do the right thing™, in killing snakes and in beauty in simplicity.


You're probably wondering what I've been up to so far in my career. Shown below is a condensed version. Here is a more detailed version. Click for more info.

List of skills

Data science

I am an industrial PhD student in Machine Learning. I care about things like statistical significance and reproducibility. I like to draw stuff, make pretty plots and mess with colors and line widths. Data is no good without visualization.


My languages of choice are Python and R. I have worked briefly as a programmer, but my skills are more in rapid prototyping and data analysis than production quality code. By the way, this resumé is built using Javascript.


I have a decade of experience in system design for mobile networks and in end‑to‑end troubleshooting for mobile networks.


I can sometimes be seen with an old Canon F‑1 over my shoulder or wielding a Hasselblad 500CM, but I am no stranger to digital cameras either. Check out my portfolio.

Hire me and I'll show you how long the list of skills really is.




A selection of recently published patents.



Online Presence