Scott Kirila
717 Hylan Building
sco tt dot k ir ila at ro che ste r period e du
My CV may be found here (updated April 24, 2018).
Research Interests
Analytic number theory with a focus on multiplicative number theory, including properties of the Riemann zetafunction, Dirichlet Lfunctions, and the Selberg class – especially continuous and discrete moments. Particular interest in methods of harmonic analysis, probability, and the theory of analytic functions.
Current Activities
I am currently a TA for MTH162 (Calculus IIA). The course page can be found here.
Upcoming Activities

Probability in Number Theory summer school at the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques (CRM), May 14–18.

Perspectives on the Riemann Hypothesis conference at the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research, June 4–7.

The 15th conference of the Canadian Number Theory Association (CNTA) at Université Laval, July 9–13.
Papers

An upper bound for discrete moments of the derivative of the Riemann zetafunction. Submitted.

Common zeros of linear combinations of Lfunctions. In preparation.
Past Teaching

142 Calculus II, Summer 2017 (first session).

162 Calculus IIA, Spring 2017.

164 Multidimensional Calculus, Summer 2015 (second session), Summer 2016 (first session).
Awards
 Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award, Spring 2017. Department of Mathematics, University of Rochester.