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Department of Mathematics
Bryn Mawr College
Park Science Building

101 North Merion Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-2899

Phone: 610-526-5348
FAX: 610-526-6575

Djordje Milićević

In a nutshell

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 spending the 2015/16 academic year on a Junior Faculty Research Leave doing research at the University of Melbourne in Australia and the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Germany.

I greatly enjoy teaching mathematics at all levels, and I love talking to students. Stop by my office any time! I especially welcome and encourage interest from students who would like to do research; email me so we can discuss areas of interest and possible projects.

For several years, I have served as the BMC organizer for the Bryn Mawr/Haverford Bi-Co Mathematics Colloquium, and I also co-organize the Philadelphia Area Number Theory Seminar.

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All of my teaching materials are posted on the Moodle web sites, where they are available to all enrolled students: Math 102 (Calculus II, F13) Math 290: (Elementary Number Theory, S13, S15) • Math 301 (Real Analysis I, F13) • Math 302 (Real Analysis II, S14) • Math 398 (Senior Conference, F12, F14) • Math 399 (Senior Conference, S14) • Math 501 (Graduate Analysis I, F12, F14) • Math 502 (Graduate Analysis II, S13, S15).

In 2014/15, I led a weekly Mathematics Problem Solving Seminar. Come and have fun solving these delightful math nuggets in a friendly, cooperative spirit! (And bring your friends!)

When I am in Bryn Mawr, my current office hours are always posted outside my office, Park 331, and I have some every day of the week. You are also welcome at any time I'm in my office!

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.