Steven J. Miller                                                      
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Williams College               
202 Bronfman Science Center, 413-597-3293
(Steven.J.Miller AT williams.edu)
 
[Click here for my schedule]    [Click here for general advice]

curriculum vita (click here for annotated bibliography)
research statement       and     teaching statement
Takeaways (all classes) 
  Welcome letter to Williams Students
Possible thesis / colloquium projects
Opportunities in Mathematics (REUs, gradschool)
photos of Cam and Kayla

If there are several versions of a talk, the later version is usually the more 'complete' (ie, correct) version.

  Random Matrix Theory and \(L\)-Functions      Random Matrix Theory and Elliptic Curves      Elliptic Curves      Random Matrix Ensembles      Analysis & Probability (especially Benford's Law)      Computers and Mathematics Education      Colloquium Talks      Baseball (Sabermetrics)     Joint Meetings (Boston 2012, introductory talks)

  Random Matrix Theory and \(L\)-Functions      Random Matrix Theory and Elliptic Curves      Elliptic Curves      Random Matrix Ensembles      Analysis & Probability (especially Benford's Law)      Computers and Mathematics Education      Colloquium Talks      Baseball (Sabermetrics)     Joint Meetings (Boston 2012, introductory talks)

      Thesis         Papers        Talks     Books:  Invitation Modern Number Theory           Mathematics of Encryption        Benford's Law       Handouts      My Riddles Page  


RESEARCH INTERESTS:  Analytic Number Theory, Random Matrix Theory, Probability (zeros and n-level statistics for families of \(L\)-functions, especially families of elliptic curves with rank over Q(T), classical random matrix theory, random graphs, computational number theory, Benford's Law, cryptography, linear programming, sabermetrics, ...).

      Thesis         Papers        Talks     Books:  Invitation Modern Number Theory           Mathematics of Encryption        Benford's Law       Handouts      My Riddles Page  


COURSES:     Welcome letter to Williams Students    Possible thesis / colloquium projects   Green Chicken contest    Takeaways (all classes)     Advice

LINKS:    photos of Cam  Pictures  Twistie Art Arxiv     MathSciNet  Mathlabs (Princeton , NYU, OSU,  AIM) Williams Math Williams College  Spencer Neighborhood

RECENT CONFERENCES:  Undergrad Research Panel (Boston 2012)      Undergrad Research Session (HC 2011 and BC 2013)