I'm now living in Northeastern New Jersey, after completing a post-doctoral position at Simon Fraser University, and this web site is nearly obsolete.
My vita and
statement. (Both are "pdf" files, with links. Last updated October, 2004.)
My Ph.D. Thesis: Analytic Computation of the Prime-Counting Function
Here are announcements for
Math 285, Section G8
Please send mail to me if you have problems picking up the files below. These slides are available in (uncompressed) pdf format, and in compressed (gzipped) postscript format. In some cases the pdf files have clickable links.
From a talk at the Illinois Number Theory Fest, 2007, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 20, 2007. A package for the computation of sieve functions:
Presented several times--this version was given at the REU Number Theory Seminar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, July 17, 2001. Memory-efficient sieving, Dirichlet's divisor problem, and related problems:
From a talk for the special session on Dynamical, Spectral, and Arithmetic Zeta-Functions at the January 1999 AMS Joint Mathematics Meeting, San Antonio TX -- on Fast Computation of the Riemann Zeta Function to Arbitrary Accuracy (slightly revised and expanded):
From a talk at the 1998 Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium III on Robert Bennion's Hopping Sieve:source files for programs.
From a talk at the 1998 meeting of the Illinois Number Theory Association, giving a survey of my thesis research on Implementing the Lagarias-Odlyzko Analytic Algorithm for $\pi(x)$:
From a talk at the 5th conference of the Canadian Number Theory Association, on An Asymptotic Expansion of Ramanujan:a preprint of the full paper that will appear in the conference proceedings.
From a talk at the 1997 West Coast Number Theory Conference, on The Density of Pseudoprimes with Two Prime Factors (be forewarned that the postscript may stress your printer/previewer):
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