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8Cambridge, MA  02138\\
9USA\\
10Email: \email{}}
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96\begin{document}
97\begin{MainList}{104pt}
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99\item [Education]
100\begin{bulletlist}
101\item {\bf University of California at Berkeley}\\
102      Ph.D., mathematics, May 2000.
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104\item Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona\\
105M.S. student, mathematics, 1994--1995.\\
106B.S., mathematics, computer science minor, 1991--1994.
107\end{bulletlist}
108
109\item [Dissertation]
110\begin{bulletlist}
111\item
112{\sc Explicit approaches to modular abelian varieties}\\
113Committee: Hendrik W.~Lenstra (Chair), Bjorn Poonen, Bin Yu.
114\end{bulletlist}
115
116\item [Awards]
117\begin{bulletlist}
118\item Harvard University, NSF Postdoc under
119      Mazur, Fall 2000--present.
120\item Clay Mathematics Institute Liftoff Fellow, Summer 2000.
121\item Cal@SiliconValley University Fellowship, 1999--2000.
122\item Sarah M.\ Hallam Department Fellowship, Spring 1999.
123\item Vice Chancellor Research Grant, 1999.
124\item Graduate Student Researcher, Fall 1998.
125\item Outstanding Mathematics Senior, 1994.
126\item Applied math modeling contest, meritorious ranking, 1994.
127\end{bulletlist}
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132
133\item[Publications]
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135\begin{bulletlist}
136  \item {\ptitle Mod~$5$ approaches to modularity of icosahedral Galois
137         representations} (18 pages), with K.~Buzzard, to appear
138         in Pacific J. of Math.
139  \item {\ptitle Lectures on Serre's conjectures} (91 pages),
140     with K.\thinspace{}A.~Ribet, to appear in the
141     IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute Lecture Series.
142  \item {\ptitle Component groups of quotients of $J_0(N)$} (8 pages),
143     with D.~Kohel, ANTS IV proceedings, 2000.
144 \item {\ptitle Empirical evidence for
145     the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjectures for modular Jacobians of
146     genus 2 curves} (22 pages),
147     with E.\thinspace{}V.~Flynn, F.~Lepr\'{e}vost,
148     E.\thinspace{}F.~Schaefer,
149     M.~Stoll, J.\thinspace{}L.~Wetherell,  to appear in Math. of Comp.
150  \item {\ptitle Parity structures and generating functions from Boolean rings}
151        (8 pages),
152        with D.\thinspace{}P.~Moulton, submitted.
153  \item {\ptitle Fallacies, Flaws, and
154         Flimflam \#92:   An Inductive Fallacy} (1 page),
155     with A.~Riskin,  College Math.\ J.\ 26:5 (1995), 382.
156 \end{bulletlist}
157
158\item [In progress]
159\begin{bulletlist}
160  \item {\ptitle Lectures on modular forms and
161        Galois representations} (170 pages), with K.\thinspace{}A. Ribet,
162       intended for publication in the Springer-Verlag Universitext
163       series.
164  \item {\ptitle The field generated by the points of small prime order on an
165       elliptic curve} (5 pages), with L.~Merel.
166  \item {\ptitle Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate  groups
167    of modular abelian varieties} (20 pages), with A.~Agashe.
168  \item {\ptitle Component groups of optimal quotients of Jacobians}.
169  \item {\ptitle Indexes of genus one curves} (10 pages).
170\end{bulletlist}
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172\item [Computer skills]
173\begin{bulletlist}
174  \item Author of the modular symbols part of {\sc Magma}.
175  \item Author of {\em {\sc Hecke}: A Modular Forms Calculator}
176  \item {\em The modular forms database}, created
177       using {\sc Hecke}:\\
178      \mbox{}\hspace{3em}
179         {\tt http://shimura.math.berkeley.edu/\~{}was/Tables/}.
180  \item {\tt C++}, HTML, \LaTeX, {\sc Magma}, {\sc Matlab}, PARI, and UNIX.
181\end{bulletlist}
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183\item [Seminars]
184\begin{bulletlist}
185\item {\em Getting your hands on modular forms using modular symbols},
186    MSRI, Berkeley, CA, {\bf invited}, August 2000.
187\item {\em Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate groups}, Durham, England,
188{\bf invited}, Summer 2000.
189\item {\em Modularity of icosahedral Galois representations}, Copenhagen,
190Denmark, {\bf invited}, Summer 2000.
191\item {\em Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate groups}, Utrecht, Holland,
192{\bf invited}, Summer 2000.
193\item {\em Three curves: A story of congruences, multiplicity one, and
194visibility of Shafarevich-Tate groups}, Workshop zur Arithmetischen Geometrie,
195Inst. fur Exp. Math., Essen,  Germany, {\bf invited}, Summer 2000.
196\item {\em Computing with modular forms}, UC Berkeley mentor lecture,
197      {\bf invited}, Spring 2000.
198\item {\em Evidence for Tate's generalization of the Birch and
199        Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture}, University of Texas,
200      {\bf invited}, Spring 2000.
201\item Organized the graduate student number theory seminar, and
202gave talks on {\em Component  groups of quotients of $J_0(N)$},
203Fall 1999.
204\item {\em The Manin index of optimal quotients of $J_0(N)$},
205Berkeley Number Theory Seminar, Fall 1999.
206\item {\em A modular icosahedral Galois representation of conductor
207$2^5\cdot 43$}, Berkeley Number Theory Seminar, Fall 1999.
208\item {\em Shafarevich-Tate groups of modular abelian varieties},
209IAS/Park City Math.\ Inst., June, 1999.
210\item {\em Shafarevich-Tate groups of modular abelian varieties},
211Advances in Number Theory, Leiden, Netherlands, April, 1999.
212\item {\em Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate groups},
213Arizona Winter School, 1999.
214%\item Talks given in Ribet's Spring 1999 seminar:
215%\begin{dashlist}
216%\item  {\em Special values of $L$-functions associated to modular forms}
217%\item {\em The modular degree and the denominator
218%     of $L(A_f,1)/\Omega$}
219%\item {\em Computing period lattices associated to newforms}
220%\end{dashlist}
221\item {\em The BSD conjecture}, Graduate Student
222Colloquium, Spring 1999.
223\item A series of talks on {\em Ramakrishna's deformation theory of
224Galois representations}, Ribet's Fall 1998 seminar.
225\item {\em Finite flat groups schemes of
226type $(p,p,\ldots)$}, Spring 1998.
227\item {\em Kolyvagin's Euler system of Heegner points}, Buzzard's Seminar,
228Berkeley,  Spring 1997.
229\item Organized the Abelian Varieties Seminar,
230Berkeley, Spring 1996.
231
232\end{bulletlist}
233
234\item [Service]
235 Refereed papers for {\sl Mathematische Annalen} and {\sl Journal of
236Symbolic Computation}.
237
238\item [Teaching]
239{\bf NSF Sponsored IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute}
240\begin{bulletlist}
241\item {\em Teaching Assistant}, Summer 1999. Led problem sessions
242and prepared notes for Ken Ribet's course on Serre's
244\item Participated in a panel discussion on the use of technology
245in the classroom.
246\item Led workshops on
247the number theory software PARI and {\sc Hecke}.
248\end{bulletlist}
249
250{\bf University of California at Berkeley}
251\begin{bulletlist}
252 \item {\em Curriculum Development}, Fall 1997--Summer 1998.  Developed
253 curriculum materials and {\sc Matlab} software for workshop-based
254calculus and linear algebra courses at UC Berkeley.
255 \item {\em Instructor}, Summer 1997. Taught discrete mathematics to
256a class of 20--30 undergraduates. Duties included preparing and delivering
257lectures, writing and grading exams, and conducting office hours.
258{\bf \nobreak{Evaluation} average: 6.1 out of 7.}
259 \item {\em Teaching Assistant}, Fall 1995--Spring 1997.
260  Led discussion sections for
261  linear algebra and second and third semester calculus courses.
262\end{bulletlist}
263{\bf Northern Arizona University}
264\begin{bulletlist}
265 \item {\em Teaching}, 1994--1995. Taught four complete undergraduate
266courses, two on college algebra and two on other freshman topics.
267Duties included all aspects of organizing a course, including
268preparing and delivering lectures and grading examinations.
269\end{bulletlist}
270
271\item [Memberships]
272\begin{bulletlist}
273\item American Mathematical Society, 1995--present.
274\item Mathematical Association of America, 1998--present.
275\end{bulletlist}
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280\item [Personal]
281US Citizen, born February 21, 1974
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289{\bf Doctor Kevin M.~Buzzard}\\
290Department of Mathematics\\
291Huxley Building\\
292Imperial College\\
293180 Queen's Gate\\
294London, SW7 2BZ\\
295England\\
296+44 207 594 8523\\
297buzzard@ic.ac.uk
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300\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
301{\bf Professor Robert F.~Coleman}\\
302Department of Mathematics \#3840\\
303University of California\\
304Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
305(510) 642-5101\\
306coleman@math.berkeley.edu\\
307\mbox{}\\
308\mbox{}\\
309\end{minipage}
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312\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
313{\bf Professor Hendrik W.~Lenstra}\\
314Department of Mathematics \#3840\\
315University of California\\
316Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
317(510) 643-7857\\
318hwl@math.berkeley.edu
319\mbox{}\\
320\end{minipage}
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322\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
323{\bf Professor Barry C.~Mazur}\\
324Department of Mathematics\\
325Harvard University\\
326One Oxford Street\\
327Cambridge, MA  02138\\
328(617) 495-2171 ext.~512\\
329mazur@abel.math.harvard.edu
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333{\bf Professor Lo\"\i{}c Merel}\\
334Paris\\
335France\\
336merel@math.jussieu.fr\\
337\mbox{}\\
338\end{minipage}
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340\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
341{\bf Professor Kenneth A.~Ribet}\\
342Department of Mathematics \#3840\\
343University of California\\
344Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
345(510) 642-0648\\
346ribet@math.berkeley.edu
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