Contact Information

Zachary A. Kent
kent@mathcs.emory.edu
Phone: TBD

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Mathematics and Science Center, Suite W404
Emory University
Atlanta, GA 30322

Citizenship

United States (Registered Native American, Cherokee)

Research Interests

Number theory, modular forms, p-adic analysis, formal groups, elliptic curves, partitions.

Education

    Argonaut High School, Jackson, California
  • High School Diploma, May 1996.

Publications

  1. Special L-values and periods of weakly holomorphic modular forms (with Kathrin Bringmann and Karl-Heinz Fricke), submitted for preparation.
  2. Witt rings and matroids (with Thomas C. Craven), Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, accepted for publication.
  3. l-adic properties of the partition function (with Amanda Folsom and Ken Ono), Advances in Mathematics, 229 (2012), 1586-1609.
  4. Periods of Eisenstein series and some applications, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 139 (2011), 3789-3794.
  5. Eichler-Shimura theory for mock modular forms (with Kathrin Bringmann, Pavel Guerzhoy and Ken Ono), Mathematische Annalen, accepted for publication.
  6. p-adic coupling of mock modular forms and shadows (with Pavel Guerzhoy and Ken Ono), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 107 no. 14 (2010), 6169-6174.
  7. p-adic liftings of the supersingular j-invariants and j-zeros of certain Eisenstein series (with Pavel Guerzhoy), Journal of Number Theory, 129 no. 12 (2009), 3059-3068.

Other Publications and Reports

  1. Galois Representations, University of Hawai‘i, Clay Mathematics Institute Annual Report, 2009.
  2. Scratch detection on magnetic media using Voronoi diagrams, internal report, IBM/Hitachi, 2004.
  3. Defect analysis and correction for magnetic media, internal report, IBM/Hitachi, 2004.
  4. Application Script: a programming language for self-run stress test (SRST), internal report, IBM, 2003.

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Miscellaneous

  • Various UNIX-type operating systems, MacOS, Windows.
  • C, C++, Python, and about 40 other programming languages.

 
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