Andy Hardt

I am a Mathematics graduate student at the University of Minnesota, working in number theory with Professor Ben Brubaker. My research interests include automorphic forms, representation theory of reductive groups over finite and p-adic fields, and representation theory of finite and affine Hecke Algebras.

Contact Info
Office: Vincent 524
Phone: (612) 624-0284 206 Church Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55405
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Restricted Symmetric Signed Permutations, published in the Journal of Pure Mathematics and Applications, volume 23, issue 3, pages 179-217 (2012), available here
Combinatorial Species and Graph Enumeration, undergraduate senior thesis (2013), available here

Teaching Experience
Fall 2017: Math 2573H (Honors Vactor Calculus)
Fall 2017: Math and Proofs, an 8-week class through the Osher Lifetime Learning Institute for retired adults in the local community
Spring 2017: Math 1272 (Calculus II)
Fall 2016: Math 1271 (Calculus I)

Conferences Attended
Graduate Student Combinatorics Conference (University of Kansas) -- April 2017
Commutative Algebra Plus (University of Wisconsin-Madison) -- October 2016