Dr. Daniel Lännström

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Bio

Daniel Lännström obatined his PhD in mathematics at Blekinge Institute of Technology under the supervision of Professor Johan Öinert, Docent Stefan Wagner and Professor Patrik Lundström. His research interests include graded rings and Leavitt path algebras.

Moreover, Daniel is an experienced software developer with 2 years of professional software development experience. He is proficient in C++, Java and Python as well as numerous other technologies.

In his spare time, Daniel enjoys watching movies and participating in outdoor activities such as hiking.

Education

Publications

  1. D. Lännström. A characterization of graded von Neumann regular rings with applications to Leavitt path algebras. Journal of Algebra, 567:91–113, 2021. doi
  2. D. Lännström. The graded structure of algebraic Cuntz-Pimsner rings. Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, 224(9):106369, 2020. doi
  3. D. Lännström. Chain conditions for epsilon-strongly graded rings with applications to Leavitt path algebras. Algebras and Representation Theory, 23(4):1707–1726, 2019. doi
  4. D. Lännström. Induced quotient group gradings of epsilon-strongly graded rings. Journal of Algebra and Its Applications, 19(9):2050162, 2019. doi

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Teaching

Daniel has been teaching the following courses as lecturer and main instructor: Moreover, Daniel has been teaching the following courses at Blekinge Institute of Technology as teaching assistant. He has experience of both campus and online teaching. His tasks include exercise/tutorial sessions, correction of written assignments, written exams, oral examinations and computer lab supervision. NB: lp1 = quarter 1, etc.

Employment