Karl Mahlburg320 Lockett Hall |
Office: (225) 578-1609 |
Louisisana State University.
Associate Professor,
2017 –
Tenure-track Assistant
Professor, 2011 – 2017.
Mathematical Sciences Research
Institute / Princeton University.
National Science
Foundation-funded Postdoctoral Fellow / Visiting
Research Fellow Fellow (administered by MSRI), 2009
– 2011.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
C.L.E. Moore Instructor,
2006 – 09.
University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2006
Advisor: Ken
Ono
Thesis: "Congruences for the coefficients of modular forms
and applications to number theory." (pdf)
M.S. in Mathematics, 2003.
Harvey Mudd College.
B.S. in Mathematics with Highest Distinction, 2001.
Humboldt Foundation Foreign Research Fellowship, 2010 – 2012.
NSA Young Investigator Grant (PI), 2008 – 2010.
Clay Math Foundation Liftoff Program, 2006.
Recommended for National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, 2006.
National Science Foundation VIGRE Fellowship, 2001 – 02, 2005 – 2006.
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2002 – 2005.
Inaugural PNAS Paper of the Year Award, presented at the National Academy of Sciences, 2006.
Excellence in Mathematical Research Award, University of Wisconsin Mathematics Department, 2005.
Math 18.01 (Single Variable Calculus), MIT, Spring 2009.
Math 18.781 (Introduction to the Theory of Numbers), MIT, Fall 2008.
Math 18.786 (Algebraic Number Theory), MIT, Spring 2008.
Math 18.02 (Multivariable Calculus) Recitations, MIT, Fall 2007.
Math 18.02A (Multivariable Calculus), MIT, Spring 2007.
Math 18.01A/18.02A (Calculus) Recitations, MIT, Fall 2006.
Math 217 Recitations (Calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry II), UW-Madison, Spring 2005.
Math 171 Recitations (Calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry I), UW-Madison, Fall 2004.
Ethan Sterling, Directed Research: "The Bounded Thrackle Conjecture", Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, MIT, Summer 2008.
Matthew Garcia, Directed Reading: "An Adelic Approach to Class Field Theory", Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, MIT, Spring 2008.
Alex Arkhipov, Directed Reading/Research: "Combinatorial Partition Theory", Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, MIT, Summer 2007.
Assistant Instructor for UW-Madison Research Experience for Undergraduates, Summer 2005, 2006.
Co-Organizer for Putnam Examination Problem Sessions, LSU, 2011 – .
Co-Organizer for Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, LSU, 2011 – 2013.
Student member of Graduate Program
Committee, UW-Madison, 2005 – 2006.
Member of the UW-Madison Teaching Assistant's Association, 2005.
Reviewer for the American
Mathematical Society Mathematical
Reviews Database (15 reviews written).
Advances in Mathematics, American Mathematical Monthly, Annals of Combinatorics, Ars Combinatoria, Discrete Mathematics, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, European Journal of Combinatorics, INTEGERS - Electronic Journal of Combinatorial Number Theory, Journal für die Reine und Angewandte Mathematik, Journal of Combinatorial Theory Series A, Journal of Cryptology, Journal of Integer Sequences, Journal of Number Theory, London Mathematical Society, Mathematical Research Letters, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, The Ramanujan Journal; (33 total papers refereed).