I am an analyst and a number theorist. My research is concerned with analysis on arithmetic manifolds, automorphic forms, L-functions, and analytic number theory. I study arithmetic objects using tools from spectral analysis, representation theory, analytic number theory, and p-adic analysis.
A Ph.D. graduate of Princeton University, I arrived to Bryn Mawr after teaching and doing research at the University of Michigan, Amherst College, and the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics. I am the current BMC organizer for the Bryn Mawr/Haverford Bi-Co Mathematics Colloquium, and I also organize the Philadelphia Area Number Theory Seminar.
I greatly enjoy teaching mathematics at all levels, and I love talking to students. I am also currently the departmental junior advisor (class of 2016). Stop by my office any time!
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All of my teaching materials are posted on the Moodle web sites, where they are available to all enrolled students:
Past courses at Bryn Mawr: Math 102 (Calculus II, F13) • Math 290: (Elementary Number Theory, S13) • Math 301 (Real Analysis I, F13) • Math 302 (Real Analysis II, S14) • Math 398 (Senior Conference, F12) • Math 399 (Senior Conference, S14) • Math 501 (Graduate Analysis I, F12) • Math 502 (Graduate Analysis II, S13)
We have a weekly Mathematics Problem Solving Seminar, which meets on Wednesdays from 7:30 - 9PM in Park 328. Come and have fun solving these delightful math nuggets in a friendly, cooperative spirit! (And bring your friends!)
Teaching materials from previous institutions are available on their respective repositories: Princeton Blackboard, Michigan CTools, Amherst CMS. I have led problem seminars, trained students for undergraduate and high-school competitions, coached teams and served on juries of international contests since 1996 and served on the Questions Committee of the MAA William Lowell Putnam Mathematics Competition from 2011–14.
Department of Mathematics
Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010
Department phone: 610-526-5348