Jayce Robert Getz
Department of Mathematics
Durham, NC 27708-0320
E-mail: jgetz(at)jmath(dot)jduke(dot)jedu (with the last three j's deleted)
Research interest: Number theory
I am a number theorist working on automorphic representations and arithmetic geometry. Students at the graduate
and undergraduate level that I mentor typically work on topics that involve some combination of the following:
- Comparisons of trace formulae, both globally and locally
- Variants of the Hitchin fibration following Ngo
- Cycles on Shimura varieties
- Analytic number theory arising out of limits of trace formulae
- Algebraic envelopes of Galois representations
- Representation theory of reductive groups over local fields
- Jason Polak First job: postdoc with Vilonen and Xue at the University of Melbourne.
- Heekyoung Hahn and I are writing a book on automorphic representations.
The chapters that are in reasonable shape will be posted
here. The old course notes are here.
Research papers and preprints
These may differ slightly from the published versions.
If you have any
comments or corrections, please email me at the address above.
- Purdue automorphic forms seminar, February 9, 2017.
- AMS special session at Hunter College, May 6-7, 2017 (abstract deadline March 14th).
- Harmonic Analysis and the Trace Formula, Oberwolfach May 21-May 27, 2017.
- "How can this happen at a party without alcohol?" -Ken Ono
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