Scott Kirila
Graduate Student
717 Hylan Building
Department of Mathematics
University of Rochester
sco tt dot k ir ila at ro che ste r period e du
Research Interests
I work in analytic number theory, mainly focusing on the Riemann zetafunction and Dirichlet Lfunctions. Particular topics of interest include continuous and discrete moments, gaps between consecutive zeros of the zetafunction, and probabilistic analogues and interpretations of various problems in the field.
Current Activities
I am currently teaching MTH162 (Calculus IIA), and the course page can be found here.
Past Activities
Instructor:
 164 Multidimensional Calculus, Summer 2015 (second session), 2016 (first session).
Teaching assistant:

142 Calculus II, Fall 2016

161 Calculus IA, Fall 2013

162 Calculus IIA, Fall 2014 and Spring 2016

164 Multidimensional Calculus, Spring 2014

165 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations, Fall 2015
Grader:

200W Transition to Advanced Mathematics, Spring 2015

300W History of Mathematics, Spring 2016

467 Complex Analysis, Spring 2015