I am fourth year graduate student at Stanford University, working on algebraic geometry with Ravi Vakil. My email address is hlarson@stanford.edu.

Here is my CV.

- Global Brill-Noether theory over the Hurwitz space [joint with Eric Larson and Isabel Vogt].
- Refined Brill-Noether theory for all trigonal curves.
- An enriched count of the bitangents to a smooth plane quartic curve [joint with Isabel Vogt].
- A refined Brill-Noether theory over Hurwitz spaces.
- Universal degeneracy classes for vector bundles on P1 bundles. Code for Example 5.2: Part 1 and Part 2.
- Normal bundles of lines on hypersurfaces (Michigan Math Journal).
- Hyperbolicity of the partition Jensen polynomials (Research in Number Theory) [joint with Ian Wagner].
- Coefficients of McKay-Thompson series and distributions of the moonshine module (Proceedings of the AMS).
- Shifted distinct-part partition identities in arithmetic progressions (Annals of Combinatorics) [joint with Alwise et al].
- Proof of conjecture regarding the level of Rose's generalized sum-of-divisor functions (Research in Number Theory).
- Modular units from quotients of Rogers-Ramanujan type q-series (Proceedings of the AMS).
- Generalized Andrews-Gordon Identities (Research in Number Theory).
- Traces of singular values of Hauptmoduln (International Journal of Number Theory) [joint with Lea Beneish].
- Congruence properties of Taylor coefficients of modular forms (International Journal of Number Theory) [joint with Geoffrey Smith].
- Pseudo-unitary non-self-dual fusion categories of rank 4 (Journal of Algebra).

- Western Algebraic Geometry Symposium (WAGS), online Nov. 13 -- 14
- FRG Workshop on Moduli Spaces and Stability, online Dec. 7 -- 11
- University of Washington Algebra and Algebraic Gometry Seminar, online Dec. 8