Dimitris Koukoulopoulos - Université de Montréal - Département de mathématiques et de statistique
I am a Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Montreal, and a member of the Montreal Number Theory Group. I work in analytic number theory with a focus on multiplicative and probabilistic aspects of number theory, the anatomy of integers and permutations, sieve methods, and additive combinatorics.
Prospective students: I am looking for strong M.Sc. and Ph.D. students. Please take a look at my list of publications and, if you think our research interests overlap, send me an e-mail and submit an application.
2020 | Jonah Klein, Simon Lemieux |
2016 | Antoine Giard, Youcef Mokrani |
2015 | Mathieu Nassif, Fabrice Nonez |
2013 | Vincent Girard (joint with M. Lalín), Manuela Piñeros-Rodriguez (joint with M. Hamel) |
2012 | Patrick Da Silva, Suryateja Gavva, Olivier Martin (all joint with A. Granville) |
2011 | Philippe Charron |
Analyse 2 (in French): these notes were written for the second part of an undergraduate course in Real Analysis. The contents include the theory of Riemann integration, asymptotic techniques for the estimation of sums and integrals, series and sequences of functions, and an introduction to Fourier series.
Théorie des nombres (in French): these notes were written for an advanced undergraduate course in Number Theory. The contents include basic elementary number theory, a brief introduction to group theory and its applications to the study of modular arithmetic, an introduction to diophantine equations, and an introduction to Analytic Number Theory.
Algèbre 2 (in French): these are the notes for the second part of an undergraduate course in Abstract Algebra. They cover basic ring and module theory.
dimitris.koukoulopoulos@umontreal.ca
Address: Université de Montréal, 2920 chemin de la Tour, Pavillon André Aisenstadt, Bureau 4163
Phone: +1 (514) 343-6716
Université de Montréal
CP 6128, Succ. Centre-Ville
H3C 3J7, Montréal, QC, Canada
Université de Montréal
2920 chemin de la Tour
Pavillon André Aisenstadt
Département de mathématiques et de statistique
Bureau 5190
H3T 1J4, Montréal, QC , Canada