Suni 莊松松


Ph.d. Candidate, University of British Columbia. Advisors: Prof. Akos Magyar and Prof Jozsef Solymosi.
Email: tatchai (at) math (dot) ubc (dot) ca
Office: Auditorium Annex 124

Research Interests: Additive Combinatorics, Ergodic Theory, Discrete Fourier Analysis.


  • Corners in dense subsets of P^d with A. Magyar. (preprint 2013)
    This paper we prove that dense subsets of primes must contain a corner configuration using transference principle. This is a different method than the paper below. We hope to generalize our method to give a stronger bound on numbers of corners.
  • A Multidimensional Szemeredi's Theorem in the Primes with A. Magyar and B. Cook. (submitted 2013 )
    We prove that any dense subsets of prime must contain an affine copies of any finite configurations. We use the hypergraph regurarity method in weighed hypergraph.
  • Almost Prime Solutions to Diophantine System of High Rank with A. Magyar. (submitted, 2015)
    Motivated the number theory part in the resulrs above, we use Goldston-Yildirim sieve and circle method to calculated the number of almost prime solutions to system of diophantine equations with rank conditions in the sense of Birch.
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  • Teaching Statement

  • MATH 180, MATH 184 Workshops (Fall 2015)

  • Szemerédi's Theorem (Scholarpedia)