based on a compendium. The lab on muon decay has a special webpage.

On the advanced undergraduate (or beginning graduate) level, I give the
course **
FYTN01 Mathematical methods of physics (Fysikens matematiska metoder),
7.5 ECTS**. It was given by me the autumns of 2008 and 2009,
half-speed for the latter half of the semester. It then shifted to
the spring, half-speed for the latter half of the semester, in
2010 - 2014. It is now again shifted, to run half-speed for the first
half of the autumn, beginning in 2014. The
2018 round
will start on 3 September.

On the advanced undergraduate (or beginning graduate) level, Hans Bijnens and I have given the course FYTN04 (previously FYS230), Theoretical Particle Physics (Teoretisk partikelfysik), 7.5 ECTS (old 5p). It has been given by us in the autumns of 1998 - 2003 and 2008 - 2015, half-speed for the latter half of the semester. From 2016 onwards Leif Lönnblad has taken over my teaching.

For graduate students in theoretical or experimental particle physics
I have given the course Particle Physics Phenomenology, 7.5 ECTS, in
the spring of 1996, 1998, 2001 and 2004.

A shorter, 5 ECTS, and updated course with the same title was given
at Copenhagen University in October 2011.

The full 7.5 ECTS course was given again in the spring of 2015 and the
spring of 2018.

During the autumn 2012 and autumn 2014 I have taught part of the course on Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics Tools. This is intended for graduate students, as part of the COMPUTE Research School.

I am available for external talks, and have given a half-day presentation
on **Kvarkfysik** as 'lärarfortbildning'.

For high school students I have given talks on
**En av elementarpartikelfysikens gåtor: Varifrån
kommer massan?** and
**Mörk materia: en resa från universum till
partikelfysik**.

Additionally, I supervise diploma students and graduate students. Contact me if you are interested.

- Nationellt Resurscentrum för Fysik
- Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe
- Legacy Archive for Microwave Background Data Analysis
- Supernova Cosmology Project
- Sloan Digital Sky Survey
- Max Tegmark's homepage with links
- The Museum of Unworkable Devices and more
- Professor Magenta podcast on science (in Swedish)