## my research students

In reverse chronological order:

- Adrienne Sands (third year)
- Kim Klinger-Logan
(fifth year)
- Joe Dickinson
(fourth year)
- Doga Guctenkorkmaz
(fifth year)
- Adil Ali, 2015,
*Boundary-value 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 conductor-depth
aspect for GL(2) automorphic L-functions *
- Feryal Alayont , 2003,
* Residues of Eisenstein series *
- Cetin Urtis ,
2002,
* Integral representations of L-functions and
Siegel-Weil-Kudla-Rallis formulas *
- Nick Lanphier , 2000,
* Special values of L-functions 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 L-functions for classical
groups *
- Michael Ellman, 1994,
* Analysis of integrals arising as local
factors in L-functions *
- Lu Cheng, 1993,
* Eisenstein series and rationality of
automorphic L-functions on anisotropic unitary groups over function
fields *
- Rama Kumanduri, 1993,
* Euler factors of global integrals *
- Okan Tekman , 1992,
* Special values of L-functions attached to
holomorphic cuspforms on orthogonal groups of hermitian type *
- Jinghua Kuang, 1992,
* Siegel-Weil formulas and the basis
problem at square-free level *
- Doug McDoniel, 1989,
* Siegel-Hilbert cuspforms attached to CM
extensions and application to periods of genus-2 Hecke eigenfunctions
*
- Tim Finnegan, 1989,
* Siegel-Hilbert modular forms of level one
over fields with narrow class number one are theta series *
- Dae-San Kim, 1989,
* Galois symmetric square L-functions*

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