Hello! Welcome to my webpage! My name is Huixi Li, and I am a fifth year graduate student in the math department of Clemson University. I got my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in math from University of Science and Technology of China in 2011 and 2013. Now I am a PhD candidate and I expect to graduate in August, 2018. I am a member of the Number Theory group as well as the Coding Theory, Cryptography and Number Theory group at Clemson University. Here is my CV.
My research interest is number theory, in particular the arithmetic applications of automorphic forms. My advisor is Dr. Jim Brown, he guides me to study the Saito-Kurokawa lifting which is a sequence of maps between different types of modular forms. Also we work on the congruence primes for Hilbert Siegel eigenforms. I am also interested in analytic number theory such as the Goldbach’s conjecture and the trace of Frobenius of elliptic curves. More details are on the Research page.
I am experienced in teaching undergraduate level courses. I co-lectured an undergraduate abstract algebra course last fall, and I have been a lecturer and a teaching assistant for calculus courses many times. It is required by our math department that all PhD graduate students must take at least two breath courses from each area of algebra, analysis, computation, statistics, stochastic and operation research. I did pretty well in all of those, so I am able to teach a broad range of math courses. More information is on the Teaching page.
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