Lior Silberman Assistant Professor of Mathematics University of British Columbia, Department of Mathematics 1984 Mathematics Road Vancouver BC V6T 1Z2 Office: MATH 229B Phone: 6048273031

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.  
Teaching 
(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 (Spring 2015) 
By appointment 
If you want to locate me, need a fax number etc. try my coordinates. The best way to reach my is via email. I am "lior" (at) Math.UBC.CA.
I spent AY 20052006 and AY 20072008 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.