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Joshua Stucky

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Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Associate

I recently finished my PhD at Kansas State University under the supervision of Xiannan Li and am now a Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Associate here at the University of Georgia. Broadly speaking, I am interested in Analytic Number Theory, with a focus on multiplicative number theory, prime numbers, and L-functions, as well as some other sundry topics (see, e.g., this paper).

In addition to mathematics, I enjoy reading, playing DnD and volleyball, composing and performing poetry and rap music, spending time with family and friends, and getting to know new people. I am also renowned for my dad jokes.

Want to collaborate on research or just grab a cup of coffee? Email is the best way to contact me.

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