Nicolas TEMPLIER

Associate Professor

Research: automorphic forms, and nearby areas.

List of Publications

In 2018 I organized with S.W. Shin, W. Muller a third Simons symposium on "Relative trace formulas".

In 2017 I organized with S.W. Shin, W. Muller and B. Speh an Oberwolfach workshop on "Harmonic analysis and the trace formula".

In 2016 I organized with S.W. Shin and W. Muller a second Simons symposium on "Geometric aspects of the trace formula".

In 2015 I organized with D. Zywina the Upstate New York number theory conference.

In 2014 I organized with S.W. Shin and W. Muller a Simons symposium and a Banff workshop on "Families of automorphic forms and the trace formula".

Teaching: MATH4310 Linear Algebra. MATH6120 Complex Analysis.

Past teaching (Cornell): MATH3320 Number theory. MATH6320 Algebra 2. MATH7370 Automorphic forms. MATH7370 Buildings. MATH6310 Algebra 1. MATH2210 Linear algebra. MATH1920 Calculus for Engineers.

(Princeton): MAT900 Junior seminar on celestial mechanics after Siegel's book. MAT514 Topics in automorphic forms: the philosophy of cusp forms. MAT202 Linear algebra. MAT104 Calculus. I served as director of Graduate Studies in 2011-2014 and organized the What's Happening in Fine Hall? seminar on Friday and the joint PU/IAS number theory seminar on Thursday.

Phone number: (607) 255-3443

e-mail: npt twentyseven at cornell

Coordinates: 42.45°N 76.47°W

Mailing address:

Nicolas Templier

Department of Mathematics

Cornell University, Malott Hall

Ithaca, NY-14853-4201

My research is supported by the NSF and a Simons Fellowship. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this website are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of these Institutions.

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