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Professor of Mathematics



Office: STA202


My field is analytic number theory.  I study automorphic forms (and automorphic integrals), Dirichlet series, and Hecke correspondence.  I am especially interested in Hecke groups, rational period functions, binary quadratic forms and continued fractions. 


Selected Talks

  • “Conjugacy classes and rational period functions for the Hecke groups," Mid-Atlantic Seminar On Numbers V, March 27, 2021. [slides]

  • “The second relation for rational period functions and remainder terms in Hecke correspondence,” Bryn Mawr Summer Seminar, July 1, 2015.  [notes]

  • “Conjugacy classes for the Hecke groups and related binary quadratic forms,” 29th Automorphic Forms Workshop, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, March 3, 2015. [slides]
  • “Cycle integrals and rational period functions I, II,” Bryn Mawr Summer Seminar,  July 24 and August 7, 2014.

  • “A Perfect Mystery,” Quest For Learning, April 4, 2013.
  • “Conjugacy classes and binary quadratic forms for the Hecke groups, II,” Bryn Mawr Summer Seminar, July 12, 2012.
  • “Conjugacy classes and binary quadratic forms for the Hecke groups,” Bryn Mawr Summer Seminar, June 28, 2012.
  • “Conjugacy classes and binary quadratic forms for the Hecke groups,” Joint Mathematics Colloquium, Franklin & Marshall College and Millersville University, September 28, 2011.
  • “A Hecke Correspondence Theorem for Automorphic Integrals with Symmetric Rational Period Functions on the Hecke Groups,” Joint Mathematics Meetings, Washington DC, January 7, 2009.


Fall 2022
  • Math 229  Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (2 sections)
  • Math 442  Complex Analysis
Spring 2023
  • Math 331  Introduction to Analysis (2 sections)
Previous semesters
  • Math 109  Calculus I
  • Math 110  Calculus II
  • Math 111  Calculus III
  • Math 211  Introduction to Higher Mathematics
  • Math 229  Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
  • Math 325  Number Theory
  • Math 329  Fourier Series
  • Math 331  Introduction to Analysis
  • Math 442  Complex Analysis
  • Math 471  Topics in Analytic Number Theory