Math @ Duke

Jayce R. Getz, Assistant Professor
 Contact Info:
Teaching (Fall 2014):
 MATH 501.01, ALGEBRAIC STRUCTURES I
Synopsis
 Physics 205, WF 10:05 AM11:20 AM
 MATH 603.01, REPRESENTATION THEORY
Synopsis
 Physics 205, WF 08:30 AM09:45 AM
 (also crosslisted as PHYSICS 603.01)
 Office Hours:
 10:0012:00 Tu
 Education:
PhD  University of Wisconsin at Madison  2007 
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:
number theory • automorphic representations • Shimura varieties • arithmetic geometry
 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)
 J.R. Getz, Automorphic kernel functions in four variables
(Submitted, 2014)
 J.R. Getz and H. Hahn, A general simple relative trace formula and a relative Weyl law
(Submitted, 2014)
 J.R. Getz and H. Hahn, Algebraic cycles and Tate classes on Hilbert modular varieties,
Int. J. Number Theory, vol. 10 no. 1
(2014),
pp. 161176 [abs]
 J.R. Getz and P. E. Herman, A nonabelian trace formula
(Submitted, 2013) [abs]
 J.R. Getz and E. Wambach, Twisted relative trace formulae with a view towards unitary groups,
Amer. J. Math., vol. 135
(2013),
pp. 157 [pdf] [abs]
 Recent Grant Support
 Langlands Functoriality in Nonsolvable and Relative Settings, National Science Foundation, DMS1405708, 2014/072017/06.
 Algebraic cycles on Shimura varieties and distinguished representations, NSERC120399, 2010/122012/08.


dept@math.duke.edu
ph: 919.660.2800
fax: 919.660.2821
 
Mathematics Department
Duke University, Box 90320
Durham, NC 277080320

