Eivind Eriksen
I am a norwegian mathematician, with a Ph.D. in Mathematics (University of Oslo, 2000). My doctoral thesis Graded Dmodules on monomial curves was supervised by Professor O.A. Laudal.
Research
My research is in algebra and algebraic geometry, and I am particularly interested in
 noncommutative deformation theory and noncommutative algebraic geometry
 differential structures in algebraic geometry, such as rings of differential operators, connections on modules, and Dmodules
 representation theory
Selected Submitted works:  

Coherent rings of differential operators, 2018 (8pp)  On the Generalized Burnside Theorem (with A. Siqveland), 2017 (15pp) 
Iterated Extensions and Uniserial Length Categories, 2018 (16pp)  
Graded Holonomic Dmodules on Monomial Curves, 2018 (12pp) 
Selected Published works: 

Noncommutative Deformation Theory (with O.A. Laudal and A. Siqveland), Monographs and Research Notes in Mathematics, Chapman and Hall/CRC, 2017  Book review 
Computing noncommutative deformations of presheaves and sheaves of modules, Canad. J. Math. 62 (2010), no. 3, 520542 
Connections on modules over singularities of finite CM representation type (with T.S. Gustavsen), J.Pure Appl. Algebra 212 (2008), no. 7, 15611574 
Connections on modules over quasihomogeneous plane curves, Comm. Algebra 36 (2008), no. 8, 3032  3041 
Differential operators on monomial curves, J. Algebra 264 (2003), no. 1, 186198 
Teaching
I am Associate Professor in mathematics at BI Norwegian Business School, where I have been doing my research and teaching mathematics since 2010. For the time being, I am responsible for the following courses:
Graduate:  

DRE 7017 Mathematics PhD. Mathematics for PhD students in Economics/Finance  
GRA 6035 Mathematics. Mathematics for MSc students in Business/Finance  
FORK 1003 Preparatory course MSc. Preparatory course for MSc students in Business/Finance  


Undergraduate:  
MET 1180 Matematikk for siviløkonomer. Mathematics for BSc students in Business  
EBA 0003 Mathematics for Business Analytics. Mathematics for BSc students in Business Analytics 