
About me
In a nutshell
Ph.D., Princeton
My research is in Number Theory and Analysis. I study arithmetic objects,
specifically problems regarding Lfunctions, automorphic forms and periods,
using tools from spectral analysis, representation theory, and analytic number theory.
Problems I am currently pursuing include extremal behavior of automorphic forms
and periods in the highenergy limit and its relation to the underlying geometric,
functorial, and dynamical structures, and a number of questions regarding families
of automorphic Lfunctions, including explicit spectral expansions for moments
and specific instances of nonvanishing and subconvexity.
In Winter 2010, I am teaching Math 217: Linear Algebra and Math 289: Problem Solving.
Office hours are held Mondays 56PM, Wednesdays and Fridays 121PM. When proof problem
sets are due in Math 217, individual consultations are held on Tuesday afternoons.
Additional meetings are available by appointment.
I will be at Amherst College starting Fall 2010.
During the summers of 2010 and 2011, I will be visiting Centre
de recherches mathématiques in Montréal. During the 2011/12 academic year, I will be at the
MaxPlanckInstitut für Mathematik in Bonn.
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