In the current semester I am teaching three courses.

*Basic Category Theory*Pedagogical lecture course.*The Banach-Tarski Paradox*Pedagogical lecture course.Lecture notes.*Master Seminar I*Student seminar course with the goal of developing mathematical English skills.

Notes from these courses will be added when they are ready.

In the semester March to June 2021 I taught three courses.

*New Trends: Multipliers*Pedagogical lecture course.*Quantum Information Theory*Pedagogical lecture course.*Scholarly English*Student seminar course with the goal of developing mathematical English skills.

At the University of Bialystok I was responsible for two courses in the semester October 2020 to February 2021.

*The Banach-Tarski paradox*Pedagogical lecture course. Lecture notes.*Master's seminar 1*Student seminar course with the goal of developing mathematical English skills. Summary of the main points we discussed.

During spring 2020 I supervised a group of students from Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg during their Bachelor project on the Banach-Tarski Paradox.

I was free to do research for all of 2019!

At the University of Saskatchewan I was responsible for the *Calculus 1* Math 110 course in spring 2018 and the *Calculus 2* Math 116 course in summer 2018, based on Stewart's *Calculus: early transcendentals*. As part of these courses I produced several resources, available here.

- Formula sheet.
- Calculus 1 notes and sample exam questions with solutions.
- Calculus 2 notes and sample exam questions with solutions.

Please let me know if you notice any mistakes in these notes. I have also produced other resources, including a collection of exam questions and solutions for these courses; any instructor who would like a copy of any of these documents is welcome to contact me.