Ian Petrow

I am a number theorist focusing on the analytic theory of automorphic forms and L-functions.
I am currently at ETH Zürich as an Ambizione Fellow. Formerly, I was a post-doc at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, working with Philippe Michel, and before that I did my PhD at Stanford under the supervision of K. Soundararajan. Here is my CV.

Contact me by email at ian.petrow@math.ethz.ch.


Research Interests:

Analytic Number Theory, L-functions, Automorphic Forms, Arithmetic Statistics, Elliptic Curves, Trace Formulas, Random Matrix Theory


Research:

Research Papers


Teaching:

Fall 2017: Classical Modular Forms

Fall 2018: Introduction to Elliptic Curves


Upcoming Speaking Dates:

July 2, 2018: Universität Göttingen Oberseminar analytic number theory, Göttingen, Germany.


Expository

ETH Number Theory Seminar


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Last updated: April 17, 2018