Assistant Professor of Mathematics
University of British Columbia, Department of Mathematics
1984 Mathematics Road
Vancouver BC V6T 1Z2
Office: MATH 229B
|Research||My main interests lie in number theory (automorphic forms), metric geometry and group theory. This has led me to problems in representation theory, dynamical systems, analysis and combinatorics.|
(Fall 2014) Math 100, Section 102, "Differential Calculus"
(Fall 2014) Math 322, "Group Theory"
(Fall 2014) Reading Seminar: Continuation of Eisentein Series
(Summer 2015) Math 312, "Introduction to Number Theory"
|Students||I take research students at the B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. levels. If you are interested in working with me or see what my students are doing follow the link.|
| Office Hours
If you want to locate me, need a fax number etc. try my co-ordinates. The best way to reach my is via e-mail. I am "lior" (at) Math.UBC.CA.
I spent AY 2005-2006 and AY 2007-2008 as a member of the School of Mathematics of the Institute for Advanced Study.
In between I spent a year as a Benjamin Peirce Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics of Harvard University.
I used to be a student at the Department of Mathematics of Princeton University. I wrote my Ph.D. thesis under Prof. Peter Sarnak.
Before that I was a student at the Departments of Mathematics and Physics of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. I wrote my undergraduate thesis under Prof. Avishai Dekel.
Photo by C.J. Mozzochi.