Education

Ph.D. in Mathematics (May 1997), University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)
Dissertation: The Distribution of Prime Primitive Roots and Dense Egyptian Fractions
Advisors: Professors Trevor D. Wooley and Hugh L. Montgomery

M.S. in Mathematics (December 1994), University of Michigan

B.S. with Honors in Mathematics (June 1992), Stanford University
Employment

Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia, July 2011–present

Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia, July 2005–June 2011

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia, July 2001–June 2005

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto,
August 1998–June 2001

Member, School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, September 1997–July 1998
Awards and Honors
Professional

Conference coorganizer, Lfunctions and their Applications to Number Theory, University of Calgary, May 30–Jun. 3, 2011

Associate editor, Journal of Number Theory, 2009–2013

Conference coorganizer, Special Session on West End Number Theory, American Mathematical Society Sectional Meeting, UBC, Oct. 4–5, 2008

Conference coorganizer, Canadian Number Theory Association IX Meeting, UBC, Jul. 9–14, 2006

Conference coorganizer, Workshop on Diophantine Approximation and Analytic Number Theory, Banff International Research Station, Nov. 20–25, 2004

Supervisor of several graduate and undergraduate students

Lifetime member of the American Mathematical Society (starting 1992), member of the Mathematical Association of America (1996–present), and lifetime member of the Canadian Mathematical Society (starting 2002)

Reviewer for Math Reviews, 2000–present

Refereed uncountably many papers for journals
