Email: micbjo (you know what) chalmers.se
I am an associate professor (docent) at Chalmers University, Gothenburg. My research is mostly concerned with the various interactions between ergodic theory, random walks, number theory and arithmetic combinatorics.
Ergodic theory, arithmetic combinatorics (mostly approximate groups), geometry and dynamics on homogeneous spaces.
Teaching at Chalmers and elsewhere
Joint with Y. Hartman and H. Oppelmayer
Joint with A. Fish and I. Shkredov.
Joint with T. Hartnick and F. Pogorzelski
Joint with T. Hartnick and F. Pogorzelski.
Joint with A. Fish and J. Parkinson.
Joint with Tobias Hartnick
Joint with Zemer Kosloff and Stefaan Vaes.
Joint with Zemer Kosloff
Publications and Accepted Papers
Analytic properties of
Central limit theorem
for diophantine approximants.
Central Limit Theorems
for group actions which are exponentially mixing of all orders
Aperiodic order and
spherical diffraction, Part I: Auto-correlation of model sets
Theorems in the Geometry of Numbers
Twisted patterns in
large subsets of Z^N
phenomena for measured groups.
Small product sets in
Random walks on countable groups.
Polynomial Patterns in differnce sets of matrices
for coset spaces
rigidity for finite-dimensional Lie algebras
inequalities for countable abelian groups
phenomena for countable groups
functions on groups and limit theorems for quasimorphisms along
The Asymptotic Shape Theorem for Generalized First Passage
Ergodic Theorems for Random Clusters
Ergodic Theorems for Homogeneous Dilations
Central Limit Theorems for Gromov Hyperbolic Groups
Equidistribution of dilations of polynomial curves in
Continuous Measures on Homogeneous Spaces
Almost Sure Absolute Continuity of Subordinated Bernoulli
Almost Sure Equidistribution in Expansive Families
Entropy range problems and actions of locally normal groups
The g-theorem matrices are totally nonnegative