Robert Harron
Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

E-mail: rharron at math.hawaii.edu
Office: Keller 407
A picture of me on Mauna Kea

My Info

Aloha! I'm an assistant professor at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. My research interests lie in number theory with particular emphasis on automorphic Galois representations, arithmetic statistics, and computational aspects. I did my PhD at Princeton with Andrew Wiles and my BSc is from McGill University in their Joint Honours Mathematics and Physics program. I also spent some good times as a postdoc at Boston University and at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

On the non-academic side, I enjoy the usual things in life (music, reading, chillin' with my friends, long walks on the beach, and such...). I (used to) usually play quite a bit of soccer, but also enjoy football, squash, and hockey (I am Canadian, did I mention that?). De plus, je suis complètement bilingue!

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Last modified: 24th of August, 2019