Ken Ono

Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Mathematics

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Emory University

REUs Archive: 2011

Research Experiences for Undergraduates at Emory University

Number Theory: Number fields and modular forms

Participants

  • Eva Belmont (Harvard)
  • Alexander Carney (University of Michigan): 2012 Marshall Scholar
  • Anastassia Etropolski (Bard)
  • Eric Larson (Harvard): 2014 Frank and Brennie Morgan Prize Winner
  • Holden Lee (MIT): 2013 Gates Scholar
  • Soek Hyeong Lee (Stanford)
  • Alexandra Musat (Cal Tech)
  • Gyujin Oh (Stanford)
  • Sarah Pitman (Emory University)
  • Larry Rolen (University of Wisconsin)
  • Sarah Trebat-Leder (Princeton)
    Note: Some participants were funded by non-NSF sources.

    Some pictures

  • Group photo
  • Group photo
  • Sarah Trebat-Leder, Alexandra Musat, Eva Belmont, Holden Lee
  • Anastassia Etropolski, Alex Carney, Sarah Pitman
  • Larry Rolen and Eric Larson
  • Eugene Oh and Sean Lee

  • Their results

  • E. Belmont, H. Lee, A. Musat, and S. Trebat-Leder, l-adic properties of partition functions,
    Monatshefte fur Mathematik, 173 (2013), pages 219-234.
  • A. Carney, A. Etropolski, S. Pitman, Powers of the eta-function and Hecke operators,
    International Journal of Number Theory, 8 (2012), pages 599-611.
  • E. Larson and L. Rolen, Upper bounds for the number of number fields with alternating Galois group,
    Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 141 (2013), pages 499-503.
  • E. Larson and L. Rolen, Progress towards counting D_5 quintic fields,
    Involve, 5 (2012), pages 91-97.
  • E. Larson and L. Rolen, Integrality properties of the CM values of certain weak Maass forms,
    Forum Mathematicum, 27 (2015), pages 961-972.
  • S. H. Lee and G. Oh, On the distribution of cyclic number fields of prime degree,
    International Journal of Number Theory, 8 (2012), pages 1463-1475.