The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has a vibrant group working in number theory and arithmetic geometry, with interests spanning various aspects of the Langlands program, Iwasawa theory, and Diophantine geometry. The group organizes the Number Theory Seminar.

**Faculty:**

- Jennifer Balakrishnan: p-adic heights, p-adic integration, rational points on curves, and computation
- Alexander Bertoloni Meli
- Juanita Duque-Rosero: rational points on curves, triangular modular curves, and computational arithmetic geometry
- Li-Mei Lim: automorphic forms, multiple Dirichlet series, L-functions
- Robert Pollack: modular forms, Iwasawa theory, p-adic variation, and computational aspects
- David Rohrlich: root numbers, self-dual motives, Artin representations, and arithmetic statistics
- Padmavathi Srinivisan
- Glenn Stevens: p-adic variation of automorphic cohomology, Iwasawa Theory, and p-adic aspects of Hilbert’s twelfth problem
- Jared Weinstein: arithmetic geometry, automorphic forms, representation theory

**Postdocs:**

- Barinder Banwait: elliptic curves over number fields, isogenies, computational arithmetic geometry
- Jerson Caro: arithmetic geometry, rational points on surfaces, elliptic curves over global fields
- Peter Gräf: p-adic families of modular forms, Drinfeld period domains, Drinfeld modular forms
- Daniel Gulotta: p-adic geometry, Langlands program, Shimura varieties
- Daniel Hast: arithmetic algebraic geometry and Diophantine geometry, with a focus on p-adic approaches to rational points on varieties
- Jun Bo Lau: p-adic integration, rational points on modular curves, enumeration geometry, post-quantum cryptography

**PhD Students:**

- Jacksyn Bakeberg
- Kate Finnerty
- Liqiang Huang
- Aashraya Jha
- Jae Hyung Sim
- Xinyu Zhou