Publications with student authors

Faseeh Ahmad '20, Robert L. Benedetto, Jennifer Cain '18, Gregory Carroll '20, and Lily Fang '18
The arithmetic basilica: a quadratic PCF arboreal Galois group
Journal of Number Theory, accepted pending revisions (2020).

Lisa Cenek ’21, Liubou Klindziuk ’21, Cindy Lopez ’20, E. McCartney, B. Martin Burgos, S. Tir, Mary Harrington, and Tanya Leise
CIRCADA: Shiny apps for exploration of experimental and synthetic circadian time series with an educational emphasis
Journal of Biological Rhythms 35 (2020) 214-222.

Amanda Folsom, Greg Carroll ’20, James Corbett ’19, and Ellie Thieu ’19
Universal mock theta functions as quantum Jacobi forms
Research in the Mathematical Sciences 6:6 (2019), 15pp.

Michael Barnett ’18, Amanda Folsom, and William J. Wesley ’18
Rank generating functions for odd-balanced unimodal sequences, quantum Jacobi forms and mock Jacobi forms
Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society, 109 (2) 2020,  pp. 157-175.

Michael Barnett ’18, Amanda Folsom, Obinna Ukogu ’18, William J. Wesley '18, and Hui Xu ’18
Quantum Jacobi forms and balanced unimodal sequences
Journal of Number Theory 186 (2018) 16-34.

Tanya Leise, Ariella Goldberg ’19, John Michael ’19, Grace Montoya ’20, Sabrina Solow ’19, Penny Molyneux, R. Vetrivelan, and Mary Harrington
Recurring circadian disruption alters circadian clock sensitivity to resetting
European Journal of Neuroscience (2018)

Amanda Folsom, Caleb Ki ’17, Yen Nhi Truong Vu ’17, and Bowen Yang ’18
Strange combinatorial quantum modular forms
Journal of Number Theory 170 (2017) 315-346.

Andrew Cohen, Namyi Kang ’15, and Tanya Leise
Multi-attribute, multi-alternative models of choice: Choice, reaction time, and process tracing
Cognitive Psychology 98 (2017) 45-72.

Robert L. Benedetto, Dvij Bajpai '15, Ruqian Chen '14, Edward Kim '15, Owen Marschall '15, Darius Onul '15, and Yang Xiao '14
Non-archimedean connected Julia sets with branching
Ergodic Theory Dynam. Systems 37 (2017), 59–78.

Dvij Bajpai ’15 and Daniel J. Velleman
Anonymity in Prediction the Future
The American Mathematical Monthly 123 (October 2016) 777-788.

Trevor Hyde ’12
A Wallis Product on Clovers
The American Mathematical Monthly 121 (March 2014) 237-243

Casey Guenthner ’08, Martha Luitje, Lorna Pyle, Penny Molyneux, Jimmy K. Yu ’16, Alexander S. Li ’15, Tanya Leise, and Mary Harrington
Circadian Rhythms of PER2::LUC in Individual Primary Mouse Hepatocytes and Cultures
PLoS ONE 9 (2014) e87573.

David A. Cox and Andrew Erskine ’13
On Closed Graphs I and On Closed Graphs II
Ars combinatoria 120 (2015) 259-274.
Involve 9 (2016) 333–345.

Steve Donnelly, Paul Gunnells, Ariah Klages-Mundt `12 and Dan Yasaki
A table of elliptic curves over the cubic field of discriminant - 23
Experimental Mathematics 24 (2015) 375-390.

David A. Cox and Trevor Hyde ’12
The Galois theory of the lemniscate
J. Number Theory 135 (2014) 43–59.

Robert L. Benedetto, Ruqian Chen '14, Trevor Hyde '12, Yordanka Kovacheva '12, and Colin White '14
Small dynamical heights for quadratic polynomials and rational functions
Experiment. Math. 23 (2014), 433-447.

Benjamin Hutz, Trevor Hyde ’12 and Benjamin Krause ’10
Preimages of quadratic dynamical systems
Involve 4 (2011) 343–363.

Robert L. Benedetto, Benjamin Dickman '08, Sasha Joseph '08, Benjamin Krause '10, Daniel Rubin, and Xinwen Zhou '09
Computing points of small height for cubic polynomials
Involve 2 (2009), 37-64.

Tanya Leise and Emily Moin ’09
A mathematical model of the Drosophila circadian clock with emphasis on posttranslational mechanisms
Journal of Theoretical Biology 28 (2007) 48-63.

Gregory S. Call and Susan W. Goldstine ’93
Canonical heights on projective space
J. Number Theory 63 (1997), 211–243.

David L. Armacost and Robert R. Bruner ’73
Locally compact groups without distinct isomorphic closed subgroups
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 40 (1973), 260–264.