Ph. D. in Mathematics, Columbia University, May 2000
B.S. in Mathematics, Yale University, May 1995
My research interests are in the fields of number theory and automorphic forms. Automorphic forms are generalizations of periodic functions which exhibit a large group of symmetries under a discrete group of transformations. Their study is intimately related with fundamental problems in arithmetic. My recent research has focussed on certain automorphic forms called Eisenstein series on reductive groups and their covers.
Recently taught courses
Spring 2019 Math 375: Elements of Probability Theory
Spring 2018 Math A1200: Topics in Number Theory
Fall 2017 Math 705: Algebra I (at CUNY Graduate Center)
Spring 2017 Math 347: Elements of Modern Algebra