I am currently hiring a postdoc to work on problems in analytic combinatorics in several variables. Details can be found in the application on MathJobs – if you are interested please complete that application by December 20, 2021.
I will be taking at least one Masters and/or PhD student for the Fall 2022 semester. If you are interested please apply through our department’s process and list me as a potential supervisor (note the February 1 deadline).
Analytic Combinatorics in Several Variables
I am a long-term organizer of the analytic combinatorics in several variables project and am involved in two textbooks on the topic.
An Invitation to Analytic Combinatorics: From One to Several Variables
Springer Texts & Monographs in Symbolic Computation, 2021.
Analytic Combinatorics in Several Variables, 2nd Edition
R. Pemantle, M. C. Wilson and S. Melczer.
Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics.
Expected late 2021 or 2022
ACSV project webpage
The first book is an introductory treatment, suitable for students and those new to the area, while the second is a more advanced treatment making extensive use of homology, multivariate residues, and similar constructions.
Upcoming and Recent Events
Details on the book webpage
Symbolic Computation: Theory, Algorithms and Applications session
Symbolic Combinatorics minisymposium, hosted virtually by Texas A&M University
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Map to Office
Once Waterloo’s campus reopens, my office will be MC 6028 (click for a larger version).
Yuliy Baryshnikov, Alin Bostan, Mireille Bousquet-Mélou, Sophie Burrill, Erin Compaan, Julien Courtiel, Éric Fusy, Kevin Hyun, Veronika Irvine, Manuel Kauers, Jessica Khera, Erik Lundberg, Marc Mezzarobba, Marcus Michelen, Marni Mishna, Somabha Mukherjee, Greta Panova, Robin Pemantle, Kilian Raschel, Frank Ruskey, Bruno Salvy, Éric Schost, Catherine St-Pierre, Armin Straub, Mark Wilson