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Joshua Zahl

Assistant Professor
UBC Department of Mathematics
Mathematics Building, room 117
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2

I'm an assistant professor in the mathematics department at The University of British Columbia. I have a broad interest in classical harmonic analysis and combinatorics. I'm especially interested in incidence geometry, the restriction and Kakeya problems, and sum-product phenomena.

I am a member of the discrete mathematics and harmonic analysis groups at UBC, and I help organize the discrete math seminar and the harmonic analysis seminar. If you would like to speak at either of these seminars, please contact me.

I am the third and fourth year advisor for mathematics honours students. More information about the mathematics honours program can be found here

I am co-organizing the session ``Classical harmonic analysis and combinatorics'' at the Eighth Pacific Rim Conference in Mathematics. The special session will run (via Zoom) from 9am-noon pacific time on August 10 and 11. To register for the conference please follow this link.