I am a senior and M.S./B.S. candidate in mathematics at Yale College. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here's a pdf of my CV.My research interests are in number theory and lie somewhere at the intersection of L-functions and automorphic forms. My current projects are in the analytic theory of GL(2) L-functions.
|2011–||Yale University, New Haven, CT. M.S./B.S. candidate in mathematics. Expected May 2015.|
|Mar||I will be presenting at the Michigan Automorphic Forms Workshop on a random matrix model for the lowest zeros of some GL(2) L-functions that I've developed jointly with S.J. Miller and P. Ryan. Hope to see you there.|
|Sep||Large gaps between zeros of GL(2) L-functions
(presented with B. McDonald, P. Ryan).
Conférence de théorie des nombres Québec-Maine, Université Laval, Québec, 28 September 2014.
abstract · slides
Large gaps between zeros of GL(2) L-functions
(presented with K. Winsor)
Young Mathematicians Conference, The Ohio State University, 22 August 2014.
abstract · slides
|July||Large gaps between zeros of GL(2) L-functions
(presented with P. Ryan and K. Winsor)
REU Mini-conference 2014, Yale University, 25 July 2014.
abstract · slides · photo
Joined J.W. Hoffman during his visit to Nankai at the invitation of Lei Fu.
Dec 18–31, 2013. Chern Institute at Nankai University, Nankai, Tianjin, China.
|Oct||Number Theory class at
Sprout at Yale.
Sprout at Yale is three-week enrichment program for kids in grades 7–12 held on Saturdays. I taught a core class that met each Saturday for 80 minutes with 25 students in grades 8–12. We proved the coincidence of irreducible and prime numbers, and the infinitude of primes. We discussed famous theorems and open problems in number theory, such as twin primes and bounded gaps between primes.