Matt Litman
Graduate Student in Mathematics, UC Davis
Email: mclitman@ucdavis.edu       Office: 2137 MSB

About


I am a third year graduate student in the pure mathematics group at UC Davis interested in number theory (approximation theory and analytic number theory), centered around backwards continued fractions and expansions of the Riemann xi function respectively. In particular, I study the use of backwards continued fractions in approximations of real numbers and in the reduction theory of quadratic forms. As for analytic number theory, I study expansions of the Riemann xi function with respect to different orthogonal bases, and determine the asymptotic behaviour of the coefficient sequences.

My CV can be found by clicking on either use of CV in this sentence.

Research


Papers


Preprints


Simulations, Translations & Prelim Solutions


Conferences Attended


Teaching




Current:   Mat 145 (Combinatorics)                            

Past: Mat 21B (TA and Instructor), Mat 21C, Mat 67,
            Mat 115A, Mat 125A, Mat 135A (Discussion Notes),
            Mat 150A, Mat 150C (Discussion Notes), Mat 167,
            Mat 250A