Research Fellow, Faculty of Science
I completed my undergraduate 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.
I am interested in number theory, especially L-functions and automorphic forms.
I have lectured courses in algebraic number theory, Galois theory and topology. I have supervised undergraduate projects concerned with automorphic forms and L-functions.
My recent research has concerned the analytic properties of automorphic L-functions.
I have a long standing interest in converse theorems and the zeros of automorphic L-functions.
I am increasingly interested in the theory of Eisenstein series, with applications to automorphic L-functions.
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