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Research

Works (listed chronologically)

Works (listed by type)

Most of my research from the last 6 years or so has not been written up in
a final form or made publically available. This includes a considerable amount
of work that was carried out towards demonstrating that the homotopy hypothesis holds,
in a strong sense, for certain kinds of cubical higher groupoids, and
work related to this that was carried out in the foundations of homotopy
theory, some of which built upon my thesis.

For the last few years, I have mainly been working on diagrammatic knot theory
and 3-manifold theory. This work should see the light of day soon.

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Works (listed chronologically)

*An elementary conjecture which implies the Goldbach conjecture*. Winter 2018.
*Tallteori*. Autumn 2014. Lecture notes from a first course in number theory given at NTNU. In Norwegian.
*Generell topologi (General topology)*. Spring 2013. Extensively revised Spring 2014. Lecture notes from a first course in topology at NTNU.
*Combinatorial homotopy theory*. Autumn 2012. Notes from a seminar series given at NTNU.
*Cylindrical model structures*. First version: Autumn 2011. Extensively revised second version: Spring 2013. DPhil (abbreviation used at Oxford instead of PhD) thesis.
*An sl2-categorification of tensor products of simple representations of sl2*. Autumn 2008. Transfer thesis.

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Works (listed by type)

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Research

*An elementary conjecture which implies the Goldbach conjecture*. Winter 2018.
*Cylindrical model structures*. Autumn 2011. Comprehensively revised: Spring 2013. DPhil (the abbreviation used at Oxford instead of PhD) thesis, Oxford.

Some of the works listed below also contain a little research.

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Teaching

*Tallteori*. Autumn 2014. Lecture notes from a first course in number theory given at NTNU. In Norwegian.
*Generell topologi (General topology)*. Spring 2013. Extensively revised Spring 2014. Lecture notes from a first course in topology at NTNU.

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Exposition

*Combinatorial homotopy theory*. Autumn 2012. Notes from a seminar series given at NTNU.

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Miscellaneous

*An sl2-categorification of tensor products of simple representations of sl2*. Autumn 2008. Transfer thesis, Oxford.

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