my research students
In reverse chronological order:
 Dev Hegde anticipated May 2023
 Joe Dickinson
anticipated May 2021
 Adrienne Sands
Sept 2020 Automorphic Hamiltonians, Epstein zeta functions, and
Kronecker limit formulas
 Kim KlingerLogan,
May 2019 Differential equations in automorphic forms
 Iver Walkoe, April 2019 Meromorphic continuation of
Eisenstein series on Qrank one arithmetic
quotients
 Adil Ali, 2015, Boundaryvalue problems on spaces of
automorphic forms
 Amy
DeCelles, 2011, Automorphic partial differential equations and
spectral theory with applications to number theory
 Joao Boavida, 2009, Compact periods of Eisenstein
series on orthogonal groups
 Delia Samuel, 2009, Subconvex bounds in conductordepth
aspect for GL(2) automorphic Lfunctions
 Feryal Alayont , 2003, Residues of Eisenstein series
 Cetin Urtis ,
2002, Integral representations of Lfunctions and
SiegelWeilKudlaRallis formulas
 Nick
Lanphier , 2000, Special values of Lfunctions attached to a
class of cuspforms on symplectic similitude groups
 Doris Chiang, 1998, Andrianov's Integral for Unitary Groups

Jeremy Case , 1995, Analytic continuation and rationality of
Euler factors in integral representations of Lfunctions for classical
groups
 Michael Ellman, 1994, Analysis of integrals arising as local
factors in Lfunctions
 Lu Cheng, 1993, Eisenstein series and rationality of
automorphic Lfunctions on anisotropic unitary groups over function
fields
 Rama Kumanduri, 1993, Euler factors of global integrals
 Okan Tekman , 1992, Special values of Lfunctions attached to
holomorphic cuspforms on orthogonal groups of hermitian type
 Jinghua Kuang, 1992, SiegelWeil formulas and the basis
problem at squarefree level
 Doug McDoniel, 1989, SiegelHilbert cuspforms attached to CM
extensions and application to periods of genus2 Hecke eigenfunctions
 Tim Finnegan, 1989, SiegelHilbert modular forms of level one
over fields with narrow class number one are theta series
 DaeSan Kim, 1989, Galois symmetric square Lfunctions
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