Office: Physics 212

Email: edna *dot* jones *at* math *dot* duke *dot* edu

My Ph.D. dissertation was about the Kloosterman circle method and weighted representation numbers of positive definite quadratic forms.

I have also been working towards a strong asymptotic local-global principle with the bends of certain integral Kleinian sphere packings. Some material talking about this in-progress work can be found in these slides.

Here is a list of some of my other research experiences:

- Masamu Advanced Study Institute (MASI) and Workshops in Mathematical Sciences in Windhoek, Namibia (Nov. 21–29, 2015)
- Senior Thesis at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
- National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in Algebra and Discrete Mathematics at Auburn University (June–July 2015)
- NSF REU in Number Theory at Texas A&M University (June–July 2014)
- Research Project in Mathematics at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology studying von Koch curves built from
*n*-gons and a relationship between the Thue-Morse sequence & Koch curve (Mar.–Nov. 2013)