Olof Sisask

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Who?

I am a Researcher at the Department of Mathematics at KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology, supported by a junior researcher grant from the Swedish Science Council. My research has mainly been in an area of mathematics called additive combinatorics, a subject touching on combinatorics, analysis, probability and number theory. I am particularly interested in using ideas from analysis and probability to tackle problems of a combinatorial or number theoretical nature. I did my PhD under the supervision of Ben Green at some blend of the University of Bristol, MIT and the University of Cambridge. Afterwards I spent time at Queen Mary, University of London, UBC and the Isaac Newton Institute before coming to KTH.

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Teaching

I am currently lecturing the first-year course Discrete Mathematics and the module 'discrete Fourier analysis' as part of the master's course Topics in Combinatorics. If you are a student taking one of these courses, please see the linked-to sites for more information. At KTH I have previously been involved in the teaching of the courses Calculus, Differential Equations and Linear Algebra.

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