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Fredrik Viklund

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About me

I'm a professor in the Department of Mathematics and a Wallenberg Scholar. My research is supported by grants from the Swedish Research Council (VR) and the Gustafson Foundation. I received my PhD from KTH and I spent 2010-2013 as a Simons Fellow and J. F. Ritt Assistant Professor at Columbia University.

My main areas of interest are in complex analysis, probability, and mathematical physics. For example, the geometry of Schramm-Loewner evolution (SLE) curves; critical lattice models; random walks; Laplacian growth and aggregation models; conformal field theory;  the Loewner equation; multifractal analysis; boundary behavior of conformal maps and Loewner energy. I am also interested in computer science and some aspects of applied mathematics.


Degree Project in Financial Mathematics, Second Cycle (SF291X), teacher | Course web

Degree Project in Mathematical Statistics, Second Cycle (SF290X), examiner, teacher | Course web

Degree Project in Mathematics, Second Cycle (SF278X), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Selected Topics in Mathematics II (SF2716), examiner, course responsible, teacher | Course web

Stochastic Analysis (FSF3713), examiner | Course web

Sustainable development and research methodology in mathematics (SA2001), examiner | Course web