Caltech Class of 2018
I am a
computer science minor
) at Caltech.
My current interests are in theoretical computer science, especially explicit constructions and algebraic algorithms.
and M. Weidner.
On Selmer rank parity of twists.
Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society
28 September 2016.
On Conjectural Rank Parities of Quartic and Sextic Twists of Elliptic Curves.
Submitted for publication.
Pseudocharacters of Classical Groups.
I play tenor saxophone in the
Caltech-Occidental Concert Band
. I also occasionally attend meetings of Caltech's undergraduate
and Math Club. I can juggle 5 balls and 3 of various other objects.
Math is Fun?
Here is a
list of math jokes
, graciously compiled by
Here is a
packet of "fun" math problems
, compiled from various sources by a group including
, Michael Wheeler, and myself. They are designed to be printed double sided and cut in two, so that each problem has a link to its "answer" on the back.
mweidner [AT] caltech.edu