David Nguyen
Ph.D. Student in Mathematics
Department of Mathematics
UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California 93106
Office: South Hall 6432A
Email: David.Nguyen at math.ucsb.edu
About
My name is David Nguyen. I am a graduate student in Mathematics at UCSB under the advice of YiTang (Tom) Zhang. My general research interests lie in the intersection of number theory, geometry, and physics. Previously I was an undergraduate and Master student at Cal Poly Pomona, where I transfered from Orange Coast College.
Research
- General divisor functions in arithmetic progressions to large smooth moduli (In preparation)
- Explicit formulas for enumeration of lattice paths: basketball and the kernel method, with C. Banderier, C. Krattenthaler, A. Krinik, D. Kruchinin, V. Kruchinin, and M. Wallner. Developments in Mathematics Series (Springer), 2017. [pdf]
Seminars
Teaching
At UCSB:
- 2018 Winter: Introduction to Differential Equations (Teaching Assistant)
- 2017 Fall: Introduction to Differential Equations (Teaching Assistant)
- 2017 Spring: Introduction to Differential Equations (Teaching Assistant)
- 2016 Fall: Calculus for Social and Life Sciences (Teaching Assistant)
At CPP:
- 2016 Spring: Trigonometry (Instructor of Record)
- 2016 Winter: Basic Algebra (Instructor of Record)
- 2015 Summer: Early Start Mathematics (Facilitator)
updated on March 28, 2018