This is a list of my graduate students and undergraduate research students (including USRAs) past and present. Don't worry NSERC, they all signed their consent forms....

  • Ph.D. students
    • Nick Harland, Ph.D. 2012. Thesis: The iterated Carmichael lambda function. Subsequent position: instructor, University of Manitoba.
    • Erick Wong, Ph.D. 2012. Thesis: Structure and randomness in arithmetic settings.
    • Vishaal Kapoor, Ph.D. 2011. Thesis: Asymptotic formulae for arithmetic functions. Subsequent position: software engineer at Google.
  • M.Sc. students
    • Malcolm Rupert, M.Sc. 2013. Thesis: Extending Erdős–Kac and Selberg–Sathe to Beurling primes with controlled integer counting functions. Subsequent position: Ph.D. student at University of Idaho.
    • Mark Thom, M.Sc. 2011. Essay: Square-free trinomial discriminants. Subsequent position: Ph.D. student in computer science at the University of Lethbridge.
    • Daniel Pareja, M.Sc. 2011. Essay: Numbers with small and specified prime factors. Subsequent position: Ph.D. student at University of Waterloo.
    • Keira Gunn, M.Sc. 2009. Essay: Collatz-type problems with multiple divisors. Subsequent position: instructor at Douglas College.
    • Vishaal Kapoor, M.Sc. 2006. Essay: Almost-primes represented by quadratic polynomials. Continued on to Ph.D. studies with me.
    • M. Chris Duarte, M.Sc. 2005. Thesis: The Selberg sieve and prime pairs. Subsequent position: graduate student in the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.
  • Undergraduate students
    • Mathias Hudoba de Badyn, undergraduate honours thesis, 2013. Project: On the Hilbert–Pólya and pair correlation conjectures. Subsequent position: graduate student, aeronautics and astronautics, University of Washington.
    • Kara Laudi, undergraduate directed studies thesis, 2013. Project: Nim, Dukego, and Angel–Devil.
    • Eric Naslund, undergraduate honours thesis, 2012-13. Thesis: Three term arithmetic progressions. Subsequent position: graduate student at Princeton University.
    • Karlming Chen, USRA 2011 (co-supervised with Mike Bennett). Project: sums of unit fractions with restricted denominators.
    • Eric Naslund, research student, 2011. Project: the median prime factor.
    • Justin Scarfy, research student, 2011. Project: annotated bibliography of comparative prime number theory.
    • Alexis Peilloux, research student, 2009-10. Project: Lower bounds for sumsets of multisets in Fp2. Subsequent position: graduate student, public affairs, Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris, and graduate student, mathematics, Université Pierre-et-Marie Curie—Paris VI.
    • Edward Lui, USRA 2008. Project: Double-critical graphs. Subsequent position: graduate student, computer science, Cornell University.
    • Tiffany Chao, USRA 2007. Project: Distributions of missing sums and differences. Subsequent position: graduate student, computer science, University of Waterloo.
    • Frank Chu, USRA 2005. Project: Computations of prime number race densities. Subsequent position: graduate student, computer science, University of Toronto.
    • Eva Koo, Navid Mohammadi, Kristin Shaw, and Wendy Thiessen, research students, 2003 (co-supervised with David Boyd and Steph van Willigenburg)

If you are on this list and would like me to update the link to your current home page or something else, just let me know.