Math @ Duke

Jayce R. Getz, Assistant Professor
Automorphic representations and arithmetic geometry.  Contact Info:
Teaching (Fall 2016):
 MATH 601.01, GROUPS, RINGS, AND FIELDS
Synopsis
 Physics 205, TuTh 11:45 AM01:00 PM
 Office Hours:
 10:0012:00 Tu
 Education:
Ph.D.  University of Wisconsin at Madison  2007 
M.A.  University of Wisconsin at Madison  2006 
AB  Harvard University  2004 
 Specialties:

Number Theory
 Research Interests: Number theory
Automorphic representations and arithmetic geometry.
 Areas of Interest:
Limits of trace formulae Relative trace formulae Shimura varieties
 Keywords:
Algebraic cycles • arithmetic geometry • automorphic representations • number theory • Shimura varieties
 Current Ph.D. Students
 Postdocs Mentored
 Undergraduate Research Supervised
 Josh Izzard (May 2013  April 2014)
 Jamie Klassen (June 2012  August 2012)
 Recent Publications
(More Publications)
 JR Getz and J Klassen, Isolating RankinSelberg lifts,
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, vol. 143 no. 8
(2015),
pp. 33193329, ISSN 00029939 [doi]
 J.R. Getz, Nonabelian Fourier transforms for spherical representations
(Submitted, 2015)
 J.R. Getz and P. E. Herman, A nonabelian trace formula,
Research in the Mathematical Sciences, vol. 2 no. 1
(2015) [abs]
 JR Getz and H Hahn, A general simple relative trace formula,
Pacific Journal of Mathematics, vol. 277 no. 1
(2015),
pp. 99118, ISSN 00308730 [doi]
 J.R. Getz, Invariant fourvariable automorphic kernel functions
(Submitted, 2014)
 Recent Grant Support
 Langlands Functoriality in Nonsolvable and Relative Settings, National Science Foundation, DMS1405708, 2014/072017/06.
 Conferences Organized
 AIM workshop on Automorphic Kernel functions, coorganizer, December, 2015


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Duke University, Box 90320
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