Peder is a Norwegian pythonista with interest in AI, networking, systems and web development, reproducible package management, and declarative system configuration. He is currently researching neural fields at NTNU, and regularly submits tweaks and fixes to various open source projects.


Package management

  • Nix
  • Bash
  • GnuMake
  • Python

Machine learning - Neural Fields

  • PyTorch
  • Trimesh

Graphics Development

  • C++
  • Rust
  • OpenGL

Work Experience (4)

PhD Candidate
Aug 2021 - Aug 2025
Trondheim, NO
Intern, part-time Systems Developer
Jun 2019 - Aug 2020
Trondheim, NO

Uninett is the company responsible for Norway's National Research and Education Network. They develops and operate the national research network in Norway.

  • Working with Eduroam and EAP/RADIUS authentication, and .NET development.

Hardware Intern
Jun 2018 - Aug 2018
Trondheim, NO

Arm Norway works with Arm' Cambridge and Austin design centres to develop graphics processing units for OpenGL, OpenGL ES, DirectX and Vulkan three-dimensional rendering, with emphasis on low electric power consumption, suitable for use in portable devices like mobile phones. Their products are marketed under the Mali brand.

  • Set up internal tooling and CI flows to run on their HPC infrastructure.

Web developer Intern
Jun 2017 - Aug 2017
Trondheim, NO

Telenor Digital developed the Payment portal and SSO system used in Telenor.

  • Web development using their SSO solution and payment solutions.

Education (1)

Computer Science
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Aug 2015 - Jun 2021
  • TDT4900 - Computer Science, Master's Thesis
  • TDT4295 - Computer Design Project
Grade: B


Board Member, Chair Person and Operations Coordinator
Programvareverkstedet (PVV)
Sep 2015 - Oct 2021

Student organisation those with interest in computers

  • Chair person for 1 year, from Oct 2016 to 2017

  • Board member 1 year prior and a half year following.

  • Operations coordinator for 6 years


Best Paper Award
Eurographics Symposium on 3D Object Retrieval 2023 (3DOR'23)

MARF: The Medial Atom Ray Field Object Representation


MARF: The Medial Atom Ray Field Object Representation in Computers & Graphics Vol 115 1 Oct 2023

A novel ray-based neural object-centric shape representation enabling faster differentiable surface rendering.



Native speaker




Free Software

  • Linux
  • Software Freedom
  • NixOS
  • FreeBSD
  • ZFS
  • Reproducible Builds


  • Bouldering
  • Cabin trips
  • Board games