2017 Research Experiences for Undergraduates at Emory University
Dates: June 5 - July 14, 2017.
Math Building, Rooms E406 and E408
- Hannah Larson, (2017 Schafer Prize Winner, Harvard University)
- John Duncan, Assistant Professor.
- Jackson Morrow, Emory PhD Student.
- Jesse Thorner, NSF Postdoc, Stanford University.
- David Zureick-Brown, Assistant Professor.
- Ken Ono, Asa Griggs Candler Professor.
Basic InformationKen Ono has been organizing REU programs since 2003 (formerly at U. Wisconsin (Madison) from 2003-2009). He has advised over 100 students including 5 Morgan Prize Winners and 5 Schafer Prize winners. The REU alums have won numerous other honors including Marshall Scholarships, NSF Graduate Fellowships (over 30), etc...
We are organizing a summer Research Experience in Mathematics for the summer of 2017 on the beautiful campus of Emory University (adjacent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)). We seek to fill 10-14 openings in the REU. Most of the participants will be US citizens or permanent residents who are presently enrolled in a US undergraduate institution or high school. We have offered openings to high school students who are adequately prepared for the program. NSF supported participants will receive a $5000 stipend and also free accomodations.
2017 Project areas
- Elliptic curves and Galois representations
- Mock modular and quantum modular forms
- Additive Number Theory
- Distribution of Primes
- Ryan Alweiss
- Tessa Cotron
- Dean Cureton
- Sam DeHority
- Sanath Devalapurkar
- Xavier Gonzalez
- John Halliday
- Sammy Luo
- Anya Michaelsen
- Emily Stamm
- Neekon Vafa
- Roger Van Peski
- Sameera Vemulapalli
- Danielle Wang
- Catherine Yeo
- Weitao Zhu
- Check back in July 2017.
Application Materials (Deadline for Completed Applications: )Note. In accordance with the new REU consortium rule, applicants will not be required to accept or decline an offer before early March 2017.
A complete application consists of:
- Cover sheet (automatically generated by MathPrograms.org)
- CV (clearly indicate citizenship)
- Two letters of recommendation
- Undergraduate Transcripts (unofficial ok)
- Personal/Research Statement: Please explain your interest in arithmetic geometry/number theory and describe your previous research experience (if any).