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 zeta-function and Dirichlet L-functions. Particular topics of interest include continuous and discrete moments, gaps between consecutive zeros of the zeta-function, 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


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