Professor of Mathematics
450 Serra Mall, Building 380
Stanford, CA 94305-2125
I moved to Stanford in 2006.
Previously I was on the faculty of the
University of Michigan. In the
past, I have
supported by the
American Institute of Mathematics.
I am interested in number theory, especially L-functions and multiplicative number theory.
All of my recent papers have been posted on the arXiv. Here is
a link to
the recent listings in number theory, and a link to my papers. Please
be warned that sometimes the published version may be a little
different from the arXiv version. For the publication details
you may check MathSciNet.
This Fall (2016) I'll be running (together with Ravi Vakil) the Polya problem
which is also listed as the one credit course Math 193.
If you're interested in this, or in taking the Putnam exam,
please email me or Ravi.
Notes from past courses
Transcendental number theory Notes taken by Ian Petrow.