Background and academic interests
2015, Bachelor of Physics, University of Oslo
2017, Master of theoretical physics, University of Oslo
2018, Practical Pedagogical Education, University of Oslo
2019, Teach First graduate, Osloskolen
2019 - present: Doctoral research fellow
I hold a master of theoretical physics from the University of Oslo from 2017. In addition, I have worked as a teacher of mathematics and physics in high school from 2017-2019 through the leadership development program Teach First Norway
My interest is in physics is largely centered around theoretical, statistical and computational physics. In addition, I am heavily invested in the teaching of physics and, in particular, finding new and clear ways of presenting abstract ideas.
I have worked as a learning assistant in the following courses
- MAT-INF1100 – Modelling and computations
- FYS-MEK1110 – Mechanics
- FYS2130 – Oscillations and Waves
- FYS2160 – Thermodynamics and statistical physics
- FYS3140 - Mathematical Methods in Physics
- FYS4130 - Statistical Mechanics
2011: Third place in Norwegian Physics Olympiad.
2011: The King's watch - awarded to one student each year by Trondheim Katedralskole.
Skogvoll, Vidar; Salvalaglio, Marco & Angheluta, Luiza (2022). Hydrodynamic phase field crystal approach to interfaces, dislocations, and multi-grain networks. Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering. ISSN 0965-0393. 30(8). doi: 10.1088/1361-651X/ac9493.
Skogvoll, Vidar & Liabøtrø, Ola (2017). Composite fermion basis for M-component Bose gases. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. ISSN 1751-8113. 50(40). doi: 10.1088/1751-8121/aa85f7.
Joner, Erik; Vestre, Katharina; Skogvoll, Vidar & Jemterud, Torkild (2022). Abels tårn. [Radio]. Radio P2.
Skogvoll, Vidar (2019). The Phase-field Crystal.
Skogvoll, Vidar (2017). Three M-Species Generalizations for Rotating Bose Gases in the Lowest Landau Level. Universitetet i Oslo.