I enjoy giving inspiring and entertaining talks within a wide variety of topics, ranging from mathematics and computer science to philosophy and art, where I try to challenge the audience to question their perspectives and think differently. Below is a list of the upcoming talks I am giving, some selected talks from the latter years, and a fairly complete list of all the talks I have given.

I am available to give talks both within Norway and abroad.

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- mathematics 165
- outreach 121
- programming 87
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- logic 33
- makerspace 32
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- processing 18
- creativity 15
- arduino 14
- video 14
- course 12
- art 11
- simulations 8
- the gathering 8
- visualizations 7
- algorithms 6
- maker faire 6
- science communication 4
- understanding 4
- visualization 4
- cellular automata 3
- computer science 3
- internet 3
- netlogo 3
- tedx 3
- abel prize 2
- cryptography 2
- networks 2
- radio 2
- teaching 2
- artificial intelligence 1
- emacs 1
- kreativitet 1
- matematikk 1
- metaphors 1
- micro:bit 1
- panel 1
- programmering 1
- simulation 1
- visualisering 1

January 18, 2008 at 10:15

Logic Seminar, University of Oslo

March 28, 2006

Seminar in Computing

February 2, 2006

Seminar in Mathematical Logic

January 31, 2006

INF5170 - Master Seminar in Logic

October 25, 2004

INF5170 - Master Seminar in Logic, a review of the book "Introduction to Lattice and Order", Davey & Priestley

July 4, 2004

IJCAR 2004 Doctoral Programme, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

December 12, 2003

Seminar in computing, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo

September 26, 2003

Seminar in Computing, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo

June 5, 2003

Seminar in Mathematical Logic

January 13, 2003

Postgraduate Seminar in Logic at Language, Logic, and Information

January 13, 2003

Logic Seminar at the Department of Informatics

March 11, 2002

With Helle Hansen for the course "Automated Reasoning" at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

February 8, 2001

Postgraduate Seminar in Logic by language, logic, and information, University of Oslo