Math @ Duke

Joshua B. Holden, Teaching Assistant Professor
Please note: Joshua has left the Mathematics department at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.  Contact Info:
 Office Hours:
 Monday 1:302:30pm (219B Physics)
Tuesday 1:003:00pm (132 Carr  Math 32L Help Room)
 Education:
 A.B. in Mathematics, Harvard University, 1992.
 A.M. in Mathematics, Brown University, 1994
 Research Interests: Number Theory
 Algebraic Number Theory, specifically Class Fields and Class Field
Towers
 People and papers involved with class
field towers
 Computational and Algorithmic Number Theory, especially Algorithmic Algebraic Number Theory
 My preprints and reprints
 Recent Publications
(More Publications)
 Joshua Holden, On the FontaineMazur Conjecture for number fields and an analogue for function fields,
Journal of Number Theory 81 (2000), no. 1, 1647
[MRCMP 1 743 506], [available here] [abs]
 Joshua Brandon Holden, A quantitative FontaineMazur analogue for function fields,
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society
(Submitted, 0) [math.NT/0010284] [abs]
 Joshua Brandon Holden, Firsthit analysis of algorithms for computing quadratic irregularity,
Mathematics of Computation
(Submitted, 0) [math.NT/0011054] [abs]
 Joshua Brandon Holden, Distribution of Values of Real Quadratic Zeta Functions,
Proceedings of the DIMACS Workshop on Unusual Applications of Number Theory
(Accepted, 0) [math.NT/0010285] [abs]
 Joshua Holden, Lang Moore, David Smith, and Jim Tomberg, Mathematica Tutor,
Connected Curriculum Project
[available here]


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