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Author: William A. Stein
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126\begin{document}
127\begin{MainList}{88pt}
128\item [Employment]
129\begin{bulletlist}
130\item {\bf Harvard}: Benjamin Peirce Asst. Professor of Mathematics,
131  2001--present.
132\item {\bf Harvard}: NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, 2000--2004.
133\item Consultant for the Inst. for Defense Analysis (Cryptography), 2002--present.
134\end{bulletlist}
135
136\item [Education]
137\begin{bulletlist}
138\item {\bf University of California at Berkeley},
139      Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2000,
140{\ptitle Explicit Approaches to Modular Abelian Varieties},
141under H.~W.~Lenstra.
142\item {\bf Northern Arizona University},
143     B.S. in Mathematics, 1994.
144\end{bulletlist}
145
146\item [Grants]
147\begin{bulletlist}
148\item {\bf NSF Grant,} DMS-0400386, 2004--present.
149%\item Web and Database server (\$20K from NSF), 2004. 150\item {\bf Sun Academic Education Grant} (\$70K Sun Fire V480 server), 2003.
151\item From W.\thinspace{}R. Hearst III and Harvard
152(\$20K for 12 Processor Cluster), 2002. 153\item Clay Mathematics Institute Liftoff Fellowship, Summer 2000. 154\item Berkeley Vice Chancellor Research Grant (6 Processor Cluster), 1999. 155\end{bulletlist} 156 157\item[Publications] 158\begin{enumlist} 159\item {\ptitle Modular Parametrizations of Neumann-Setzer 160Elliptic Curves}, with M. Watkins, in IMRN 2004, no. 27, 1395--1405. 161 162\item {\ptitle Studying the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture for 163 Modular Abelian Varieties Using} MAGMA (23 pages), to appear in 164 a Springer-Verlag book edited by J.~Cannon and W.~Bosma. 165 166\item {\ptitle Conjectures about Discriminants of Hecke Algebras of 167Prime Level} (16 pages), with F.~Calegari, in ANTS VI, Vermont, 2004. 168\item {\ptitle Constructing Elements in Shafarevich-Tate Groups of Modular Motives}, 169 with N.~Dummigan and M.~Watkins, in Number theory and algebraic geometry---to Peter Swinnerton-Dyer on his 75th birthday'', Ed. 170 M. Reid and A. Skorobogatov, pages 91--118. 171\item {\ptitle Approximation of Infinite Slope Modular Eigenforms 172 By Finite Slope Eigenforms} (13 pages), with R.~Coleman, in the 173 Dwork Proceedings. 174 \item {\ptitle$J_1(p)$has connected fibers}, with B.~Conrad and 175 B.~Edixhoven, Documenta Mathematica, {\bf 8} (2003), 331--408. 176 \item {\ptitle Shafarevich-Tate Groups of Nonsquare Order}, 177 in Progress in Math., {\bf 224} (2004), 277--289, Birkhauser. 178 \item {\ptitle Visible Evidence for the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer 179Conjecture for Rank$0$Modular Abelian Varieties} (30 pages), 180with A.~Agashe, appeared in Mathematics of Computation. 181 \item {\ptitle A Database of Elliptic Curves--First Report} 182(10 pages) with M.~Watkins, in ANTS V proceedings, Sydney, Australia, 2002. 183 \item {\ptitle Visibility of Shafarevich-Tate Groups 184 of Abelian Varieties}, with A.~Agashe, J. Number Theory, {\bf 97} 185 (2002), no. 1, 171--185. 186 \item {\ptitle Cuspidal Modular Symbols are Transportable}, with H.~Verrill, 187 LMS J.\ Comput.\ Math., {\bf 4} (2001), 170--181. 188\item Appendix to Lario and Schoof's {\ptitle Some computations 189 with Hecke rings and deformation rings}, with A.~Agashe, 190 Experiment. Math. {\bf 11} (2002), no.~2, 303--311. 191 \item {\ptitle There are genus one curves over$\mathbf{Q}$192 of every odd index}, J. Reine Angew. Math. {\bf 547} 193(2002), 139--147. 194 \item {\ptitle Component groups of purely toric quotients of 195semistable Jacobians}, with B.~Conrad, Math. Res. Lett., {\bf 1968} (2001), no. 5--6, 745--766. 197 \item {\ptitle The field generated by the points of small prime 198 order on an elliptic curve}, with L.~Merel, 199 Int.\ Math.\ Res.\ Notices, 2001, no.~20, 1075--1082. 200 \item {\ptitle An introduction to computing modular forms using 201modular symbols} (10 pages), to appear in an MSRI proceedings volume. 202 \item {\ptitle A mod five approach to modularity of icosahedral Galois 203 representations}, with K.~Buzzard, Pac. J. 204Math., {\bf 203} (2002), no. 2, 265--282.% 205 \item {\ptitle Lectures on Serre's conjectures}, 206 with K.\thinspace{}A.~Ribet, 207 in Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry, IAS/Park City Math. 208 Inst. Series, Vol.~9, 143--232. 209 \item {\ptitle Component groups of quotients of$J_0(N)\$},
210     with D.~Kohel,   Proceedings of the 4th International
211     Symposium (ANTS-IV), 2000, 405--412.
212
213\item {\ptitle Empirical evidence for
214     the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjectures for modular Jacobians of
215     genus 2 curves},
216     with E.\thinspace{}V.~Flynn, F.~Lepr\'{e}vost,
217     E.\thinspace{}F. Schaefer,
218     M.~Stoll, J.\thinspace{}L.~Wetherell,
219     Math.\  of Comp. {\bf 70} (2001), no. 236, 1675--1697.
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222%  \item {\ptitle Fallacies, Flaws, and
223%         Flimflam \#92:   An Inductive Fallacy} (1 page),
224%     with A.~Riskin,  College Math.\ J.\ 26:5 (1995), 382.
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230\item [Books]
231\begin{enumlist}
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233  \item {\ptitle Elementary Number Theory}
234   (185 pages), under contract
235for the Springer-Verlag UTM series,
236\url{http://modular.fas.harvard.edu/ent/}.
237
238\item {\ptitle A Brief Introduction to Classical and Adelic
239Algebraic Number Theory}  (190 pages),
240\url{http://modular.fas.harvard.edu/papers/ant/}.
241
242  \item {\ptitle Lectures on Modular Forms and Galois Representations}
243(200 pages), with K.\thinspace{}A. Ribet,
244  intended for Springer-Verlag's (in progress).
245
246\end{enumlist}
247
248\item [Computing]
249\begin{bulletlist}
250  \item The modular forms, modular symbols, and modular abelian
251varieties parts of MAGMA
252  (three visits to Sydney, Australia, and over 25000 lines of code.)
253  \item Modular Forms Database: \url{http://modular.fas.harvard.edu/tables/}.
254  \item Extensive experience with Python, C++, MAGMA, Linux, and
255    administering over a dozen high-performance computers with many users.
256\end{bulletlist}
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261\item [Teaching]
262{\bf Harvard University}
263\begin{bulletlist}
264\item {\em Freshman Seminar on Fermat's Last Theorem}, Fall 2004.
265\item {\em Computing With Modular Forms}, graduate course, Fall 2004.
266\item {\em Algebraic Number Theory}, undergraduate course, Spring 2004.
267\item {\em Modular Abelian Varieties}, graduate course, Fall 2003.
268\item {\em Freshman Seminar on Elliptic Curves},  Spring 2003.
269\item {\em Elementary Number Theory}, Fall 2001 and Fall 2002.
270\item {\em Linear Algebra}, Fall 2001 and Spring 2002.
271\item Advised 6 senior honors theses.
272\item Directed 8 funded undergraduate research projects.
273\item Participated in first {\em Clay Mathematics Research Academy}, 2001.
274
275\item Seminar Organization:
276\begin{dashlist}
277\item {\em The Basic Notions Seminar}, 2003--present.
278\item {\em The Modular Curves Seminar}, 2000--present.
279\item {\em Harvard Colloquium}, 2001--2002.
280\end{dashlist}
281\end{bulletlist}
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284{\bf IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute}
285\begin{bulletlist}
286\item {\em Teaching Assistant}, Summer 1999, K.~Ribet's course on
287  Serre's conjectures.
288\end{bulletlist}
289
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291{\bf University of California at Berkeley}
292\begin{bulletlist}
293 \item {\em Curriculum Development}, 1997--1998, wrote
294  instructional software.
295 \item {\em Discrete Mathematics}, Summer 1997.
296 \item {\em Calculus}, Fall 1995--Spring 1997, teaching assistant.
297\end{bulletlist}
298
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300{\bf Northern Arizona University}
301\begin{bulletlist}
302 \item {\em College Mathematics With Applications}, Spring 1995.
303 \item {\em College Algebra}, Fall 1994.
304\end{bulletlist}
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310%{\bf Referee}
311%\begin{bulletlist}
312%\item Refereed papers for {\sl Mathematics of Computation},
313% {\sl Mathematische Annalen}, and {\sl The Journal of Symbolic Computation}.
314%\end{bulletlist}
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318%\item [Memberships]
319%\begin{bulletlist}
320%\item American Mathematical Society, 1995--present.
321%\item Mathematical Association of America, 1998--present.
322%\end{bulletlist}
323
324\item [Seminars]
325
326  During the last year I gave invited
327  talks at Caltech, ASU, The Lenstra Treurfeest at MSRI, University of
328  Georgia, University of Sydney, Microsoft Research, UC Berkeley,
329  Princeton University, CUNY, CCR Princeton, Penn State, Johns
330  Hopkins, UCONN, UIUC, and Brown University.  For a more complete
331  list, see \url{http://modular.fas.harvard.edu/schedule/}.
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338\item [Personal]
339\address{}\\\newline
340Phone: \phone\\
341Email: \email\\
342Web: \www\\
343Citizenship: USA\\
344
345\newpage
346\item [References]\mbox{}\\
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349\hspace{-2em}\begin{tabular}{ll}
350\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
351{\bf Professor Benedict H. Gross}\\
352Department of Mathematics\\
353Harvard University\\
354Cambridge, MA  02138\\
355(617) 495-2172\\
356{\tt gross@math.harvard.edu}
357\end{minipage}
358&
359\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
360{\bf Professor Joe Harris}\\
361Department of Mathematics\\
362Harvard University\\
363Cambridge, MA  02138\\
364(617) 495-2172 \\
365{\tt harris@math.harvard.edu}
366\end{minipage}
367\\&\\
368\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
369{\bf Professor Hendrik W.~Lenstra}\\
370Mathematisch Instituut\\
371Universiteit Leiden\\
372The Netherlands\\
373(31/0) 71 527-7127\\
374{\tt hwl@math.leidenuniv.nl}
375\end{minipage}
376&
377\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
378{\bf Professor Barry C.~Mazur}\\
379Department of Mathematics\\
380Harvard University\\
381Cambridge, MA  02138\\
382(617) 495-2171 ext.~512\\
383{\tt mazur@math.harvard.edu}
384\end{minipage}
385\\&\\
386\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
387{\bf Professor Kenneth A.~Ribet}\\
388Department of Mathematics\\
389University of California\\
390Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
391(510) 642-0648\\
392{\tt ribet@math.berkeley.edu}
393\end{minipage}
394\end{tabular}
395
396\end{MainList}
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418\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
419{\bf Professor Shing-Tung Yau}\\
420Department of Mathematics\\
421Harvard University\\
422Cambridge, MA  02138\\
423(617) 495-0836\\
424{\tt yau@math.harvard.edu}\\
425(teaching)\\
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428%{\bf Professor Hendrik W.~Lenstra}\\
429%Department of Mathematics \#3840\\
430%University of California\\
431%Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
432%(510) 643-7857\\
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438\newcommand{\tw}{.4\textwidth}
439\hspace{-4em}\begin{tabular}{ll}
440\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
441{\bf Professor Benedict Gross}\\
442Department of Mathematics\\
443Harvard University\\
444One Oxford Street\\
445Cambridge, MA  02138\\
446(617) 495-2172\\
447{\tt gross@math.harvard.edu}
448\end{minipage}\\
449&
450\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
451{\bf Professor Barry C.~Mazur}\\
452Department of Mathematics\\
453Harvard University\\
454One Oxford Street\\
455Cambridge, MA  02138\\
456(617) 495-2171 ext.~512\\
457{\tt mazur@math.harvard.edu}
458\end{minipage}
459\\
460\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
461{\bf Professor Kenneth A.~Ribet}\\
462Department of Mathematics \#3840\\
463University of California\\
464Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
465(510) 642-0648\\
466{\tt ribet@math.berkeley.edu}
467\end{minipage}
468\end{tabular}
469}
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475\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
476{\bf Professor Hendrik W.~Lenstra}\\
477Mathematisch Instituut\\
478Universiteit Leiden\\
479The Netherlands\\
480(31/0)71 527-7127\\
481{\tt hwl@math.leidenuniv.nl}\\
482(research)\\
483\end{minipage}
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487{\bf Professor Robert F.~Coleman}\\
488Department of Mathematics\\
489University of California\\
490Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
491(510) 642-5101\\
492{\tt coleman@math.berkeley.edu}\\
493(research)\\
494\end{minipage}
495&\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
496{\bf Professor Benedict Gross}\\
497Department of Mathematics\\
498Harvard University\\
499Cambridge, MA  02138\\
500(617) 495-2172\\
501{\tt gross@math.harvard.edu}\\
502(research)\\
503\end{minipage}
504\\&\\
505}
506\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
507{\bf Doctor Kevin M.~Buzzard}\\
508Department of Mathematics\\
509Huxley Building\\
510Imperial College\\
511180 Queen's Gate\\
512London, SW7 2BZ\\
513England\\
514+44 207 594 8523\\
515{\tt buzzard@ic.ac.uk}
516\end{minipage}
517&
518\begin{minipage}[b]{\tw}
519{\bf Professor Robert F.~Coleman}\\
520Department of Mathematics \#3840\\
521University of California\\
522Berkeley, CA 94720-3840\\
523(510) 642-5101\\
524{\tt coleman@math.berkeley.edu}\\
525\mbox{}\\
526\mbox{}\\
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