Doctoral Student

"An equation has no meaning for me unless it expresses a thought of God."

—Srinivasa Ramanujan

## About me

—Srinivasa Ramanujan

I am a PhD student at Dartmouth College, with John Voight as my advisor. My research is focused on analytic number theory, with applications to arithmetic statistics and elementary number theory. However, I also dabble in algebra, geometry, game theory, graph theory, and logic. I received my MS from Brigham Young University, with Michael Griffin and Paul Jenkins as my advisors.

My recent work is summarized by the following sonnet.

*My thesis seeks to count elliptic curves
With N-isogeny and over $\mathbb{Q}$.
To order them by height naïvely serves;
The inverse Mellin transform caps our coup.
I also fashion inequalities
Equivalent to Riemann's star surmise.
My claims are more than mere frivolities:
From LCMs, they readily arise.
I study some summations on the side:
Convergent series, ilk of lesser fame.
I catalogue the laws that these abide,
Then find extensions which fulfill the same.
I strive to prove what's worthy, fun, and true.
In short, arithmetic is what I do.*