Tom Wright's Job-Related Materials


Take a look below at my application materials, papers, teaching evaluations, and some blog posts I made:


Application Documents
CV


RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

Research Papers
Published Mathematics Articles:

Infinitely Many Carmichael Numbers in Arithmetic Progressions, Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society, 45 (2013), 943-952.
The Impossibility of Certain Types of Carmichael Numbers INTEGERS 12 (2012), A31, 1-13.

On Cantor's First Uncountability Proof, Pick's Theorem, and the Irrationality of the Golden Ratio (joint with Mike Krebs), American Mathematical Monthly, 117 (7) (2010), 633-637.
Variants of Korselt’s Criterion Canadian Mathematics Bulletin, 58 (2015), 869-876.

Factors of Carmichael Numbers and the Weak k-tuple Conjecture, to appear in the Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society.

Infinitude of radimichael and k-Lehmer numbers (joint with Nathan McNew) to appear in the International Journal of Number Theory.

 

Other Papers:

There Are Infinitely Many Elliptic Carmichael Numbers
On the Connection Between Igusa Local Zeta Functions and Generalized Exponential Sums




Non-Technical Math Papers

A Friendly Introduction to My Thesis (a simplified, possibly even humorous (?) exposition of my thesis for the layperson).
A Friendly Introduction to the Riemann Hypothesis (in case you were curious)



 

Non-Math Articles
If I Could Do it Over, Appeared on Inside Higher Ed (insidehighered.com), October 27, 2010 (it's a slightly edited version of the "What not to do in a job search" blog post referenced below)
Just One Question, Appeared on Inside Higher Ed (insidehighered.com), February 9, 2011 (a reprint of the "Why Do You Want To Work Here" blog post)
The Money Round, Appeared on Inside Higher Ed (insidehighered.com), May 2, 2011



Transcriptions:
Notes from Takashi Ono's Lectures on Waring's Problem and the Hardy Littlewood Method

Thesis and related:
On The Convergence of Singular Series for a Pair of Quadratic Forms

On The Convergence of Singular Series for a Pair of Quadratic Forms (short expository version, submitted)


TEACHING

Professor Evaluations
Spring 2010, Calculus 1 and Number Theory

Fall 2009, Number Theory

TA Evaluations
Fall 2008, section 1
Fall 2008, section 2
Spring 2008
Fall 2007
Fall 2004-Spring 2007

Awards
- Mathematics Excellence in Teaching Award, May 2009
- Finalist for Teaching Assistant of the Year, Johns Hopkins University, March 2008
- William Kelso Morrill Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching, May 2006


My posts on the AMS Grad Student Blog:
Advice for a beginning TA
Finding an advisor
What not to do in a job search
What not to do in a job search (Joint Meetings edition)
The "Why do you want to work here?" question


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