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Hi, my name is Hudson Harper, and currently I am a graduate student at Boston University working on a PhD in math with a focus in algebraic number theory and algebraic geometry (though mostly number theory). My first encounter and interest with number theory was as a student in the Program for Young Scientists in Mathematics, a.k.a. PROMYS . At the University of South Carolina, I continued studying number theory, and eventually produced a thesis under the advisement of Matthew Boylan on the subject of lacunary modular forms. Now that I've finished my third year at Boston University, I am starting work under David Rohrlich related to Artin L-functions and Galois representations.

For my CV, please click here.

For those that might want to reach me, my email address is: hharper [at] bu [dot] edu

For those that would like to find me, my office is in MCS 163. Once you enter the door found in the link, my office is towards the right, next to the Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science and Engineering.


News and Activities

Student Pure Math Seminar

Tommy McCauley will be giving a talk in the Student Pure Math Seminar at 3pm in MCS 153 on $S^1$-equivariant characteristic classes on loop space.>

BU Math Colloquium

The BU Math Department will be having its third colloquium of the semester at 4pm in SCI 117, with guest speaker Charles Peskin.