About Me: I am a mathematician interested in Number Theory and Financial Mathematics from both theoretical and computational perspectives. My research focus has been the study of quadratic forms over the integers, and their symmetries. I have taught mathematics at Rutgers, Princeton, Duke, and the University of Georgia, and have held visiting research positions at several mathematics research institutes (MSRI, Max Planck Institute in Bonn). I am also regularly involved with the PROMYS summer program for high school students, based at Boston University, and serve on the Board of Trustees for the PROMYS Foundation.
Advising Information: I was the primary research advisor for Kate Thompson’s 2014 Ph.D. thesis on “Explicit Representation Results for Quadratic Forms over and by Analytic Methods” at the University of Georgia. Her thesis (co-advised by Prof. Danny Krashen) is in Computational Number Theory, with a focus on the connections between Quadratic Forms, Quaternion Algebras and Modular Forms. She will be starting a postdoctoral position at Davidson College in Fall 2014.
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