Asif Zaman

Mathematics

I am a NSERC Postdoctoral Scholar at Stanford University working with Kannan Soundararajan.
I am broadly interested in analytic number theory and its connections to algebraic objects, especially questions concerning the distribution of prime numbers, L-functions, elliptic curves, modular forms, arithmetic statistics, and multiplicative function theory.

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MAILING ADDRESS Department of Mathematics
450 Serra Mall, Building 380
Stanford, CA 94305-2125
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In the 2017-18 Winter Quarter, I am teaching MATH 106 Functions of a Complex Variable. The course website and all course materials can be found on Canvas. My office hours are Tuesdays 10:00 - 11:30 am and Wednesdays 3:30 - 5:00 pm.

Employment

2017 - Present

NSERC Postdoctoral Scholar

Stanford University

Stanford CA, USA

Education

2012 - 2017

PhD, Mathematics

University of Toronto

advised by John Friedlander

Toronto ON, Canada

2010 - 2012

MSc, Mathematics

University of British Columbia

advised by Lior Silberman

Vancouver BC, Canada

2006 - 2010

BSc Hons, Mathematics

Simon Fraser University

Burnaby BC, Canada

PhD thesis (2017)

Analytic estimates for the Chebotarev Density Theorem and their applications

Papers

Papers are listed in reverse chronological order and the titles link to arXiv.org.
Note arXiv preprints may differ slightly from published journal articles.

Teaching

Stanford University

2017-18 Spring     MATH 52 Integral Calculus of Several Variables
2017-18 Winter     MATH 106 Functions of a Complex Variable

University of Toronto

2016-17 Winter     MAT135 Calculus I(A) Differential Calculus of a Single Variable
2016-17 Fall     MAT186 Calculus I for Engineers
2015-16 Summer     MAT136 Calculus I(B) Integral Calculus of a Single Variable
2015-16 Fall     MAT186 Calculus I for Engineers
2014-15 Fall     MAT186 Calculus I for Engineers
2013-14 Summer     MAT136 Calculus I(B) Integral Calculus of a Single Variable