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Thomas Oliver

Research Fellow, Faculty of Science

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Biography

I completed my undergrauate degree at Durham University, and my PhD at the University of Nottingham. I have held postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Bristol and the University of Oxford.

Expertise Summary

I am interested in number theory, especially L-functions and automorphic forms.

Teaching Summary

I have lectured courses in algebraic number theory, Galois theory and topology. I have supervised undergraduate projects concerned with automorphic forms and L-functions.

Research Summary

My recent research has concerned the analytic properties of automorphic L-functions.

Recent Publications

  • MICHAEL NEURURER and THOMAS OLIVER, 2020. Weil's converse theorem for Maass forms and cancellation of zeros Acta Arithmetica. (In Press.)
  • BENJAMIN BEDERT, GEORGE COOPER, THOMAS OLIVER and PENGCHENG ZHANG, 2020. Twisting moduli for GL(2) Journal of Number Theory. (In Press.)
  • S. BETTIN, A. BOOKER, J. BOBER, B. CONREY, M. LEE, G. MOLTENI, T. OLIVER, D. PLATT and R. STEINER, 2018. A conjectural extension of Hecke's converse theorem The Ramanujan Journal. 47(3), 659-684
  • THOMAS OLIVER, 2017. Automorphicity and mean-periodicity Journal of the Mathematical Society of Japan. 69(1), 25-51

Past Research

I have a long standing interest in converse theorems and the zeros of automorphic L-functions.

Future Research

I am increasingly interested in the theory of Eisenstein series, with applications to automorphic L-functions.

  • MICHAEL NEURURER and THOMAS OLIVER, 2020. Weil's converse theorem for Maass forms and cancellation of zeros Acta Arithmetica. (In Press.)
  • BENJAMIN BEDERT, GEORGE COOPER, THOMAS OLIVER and PENGCHENG ZHANG, 2020. Twisting moduli for GL(2) Journal of Number Theory. (In Press.)
  • S. BETTIN, A. BOOKER, J. BOBER, B. CONREY, M. LEE, G. MOLTENI, T. OLIVER, D. PLATT and R. STEINER, 2018. A conjectural extension of Hecke's converse theorem The Ramanujan Journal. 47(3), 659-684
  • THOMAS OLIVER, 2017. Automorphicity and mean-periodicity Journal of the Mathematical Society of Japan. 69(1), 25-51
  • THOMAS OLIVER, 2017. Notes on low degree L-data In: RIMS Kôkyûroku (Analytic number theory and related areas). 2014. 48-58
  • THOMAS OLIVER, 2016. Zeta integrals on arithmetic surfaces Algebra i Analiz. 27(6), 199-233

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