Department of Mathematical Sciences
Clemson, SC 29634 USA
OFFICE: O-011 Martin Hall
PHONE: +1 (864) 656-1302
I study automorphic forms and the underlying representation theory, as well as modularity of the associated geometric objects. I’m currently working on several methods for computing Siegel paramodular forms.
- M. Rupert, Local Test Vectors for the Theta Lift from GSO(4) to GSp(4). In preparation.
- M. Rupert, The Erdos-Kac Theorem for Beurling Primes. Submitted.
- H. Chapman and M. Rupert A Group-theoretic Approach to Human Solving Strategies in Sudoku. Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal, Volume 3 Article 3.
- Math 4100 Number Theory