Jack Buttcane

I am an assistant professor in the field of analytic number theory in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at The University of Maine.

Office: Neville 332
Office hours: M12-1,W1-2,F11-12, MathLab W10-11, or by appointment.  If I’m in my office, you’re welcome to stop by.  (I may or may not be busy outside of my regular office hours.)
Email: first name dot last name at maine dot edu
 
Curriculum Vitae 
Teaching 

Research 

My current research is on the use of techniques from classical analytic number theory in the study of higher-rank automorphic forms. I hope to apply these methods to classical equidistribution problems and problems related to polynomials and primes. My interests and methods are in analytic number theory, harmonic analysis on symmetric spaces, complex analysis, the spectral theory of autormorphic forms, trace formulas, exponential sums, and L-functions.
Research statement. 

NSF Grant DMS-1601919

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