Nick Ramsey

Associate Professor

Schmitt Academic Center  544 (Lincoln Park)

nramsey@depaul.edu

General Professional Information
I'm an Associate Professor of Mathematics at DePaul. Prior to coming
to DePaul, I spent five years as a Postdoctoral Assistant Professor
of Mathematics at the University of Michigan. During my middle
three years at Michigan I was also an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow. I
was an undergraduate at the University of Chicago and received my AB
in Mathematics in 2000. I went on to Harvard for Graduate School
and received my PhD in 2004 under the direction of Barry Mazur.
Most of my research is in number theory with particular emphasis on
padic properties of modular forms, modular forms of
halfintegral weight, and special values of Lfunctions.
Recently, I have also taken in interest in issues surrounding
Euclidean rings.
Here is my cv and research
statement
Papers and Preprints
 My PhD Thesis (abstract pdf)
 Much
of this material appeared (albeit in a different form) in "Geometric
and padic modular forms of halfintegral weight"
 Geometric and padic modular forms of of halfintegral
weight (abstract
pdf)
 Annales de l'Institut Fourier (Grenoble) 56 (2006),
no. 3, p. 599624
 The halfintegral weight eigencurve (abstract
pdf)
 Algebra and Number Theory 2 (2008), no. 7,
p. 755808
 The overconvergent Shimura lifting (abstract
pdf)
 Int. Math. Res. Not. (2009), no. 2, p. 193220
 Euclidean ideals in quadratic imaginary fields (with Hester
Graves) (abstract
pdf)
 J. Ramanujan Math. Soc., 26, no. 1, (2011)
 ladic properties of the partition function (appendix;
with Amanda Folsom, Zachary Kent, and Ken Ono) (abstract
pdf)
 Advances in Mathematics,
229 (2012) 15861609
 B_{Sen} via distributions on weight space (abstract
pdf)
 The Ramanujan Journal 28 (2012), no. 1, p. 139153
 A mod l AtkinLehner theorem and applications (with Ken Ono)
 Archiv der Mathematik 98 (2012), no. 1,
p. 2536
 padic interpolation of squareroots of central modular
Lvalues (abstract pdf)

Mathematische Annalen, 358 (2014) 10311058
 Lattices of cyclic groups and Noether settings (with Esther Beneish)
 Submitted
Teaching
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