Keshav Aggarwal

Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University
100 Math Tower
231 West 18th Avenue
Columbus OH, 43210-1174
Office: Math Building 438
E-mail: aggarwal dot 78 at osu dot edu
Curriculum Vitae

I am a graduate student at The Ohio State University since 2013, working under the supervision of Roman Holowinsky. My current research lies in Analytic Number Theory, with a focus on the study of L-functions and the subconvex bound problem. I am currently on the job market looking for teaching and research positions.

Publications and Preprints

  • The Burgess bound via a trivial delta method (with Roman Holowinsky, Yongxiao Lin and Qingfeng Sun)
  • t-aspect Subconvexity Bound for GL(2) L-functions (with Saurabh Kumar Singh).
  • Subconvexity Bound for Hecke character L-Functions of Imaginary quadratic Number fields
  • Hybrid Level Aspect Subconvexity for GL(2)×GL(1) Rankin-Selberg L-Functions (with Yeongseong Jo and Kevin Nowland).

  • Teaching Experience

  • Calculus I- TA in Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Summer 2014 and Summer 2015 at Ohio State University
  • Calculus II for Engineering- TA in Fall 2014 and Fall 2016 at Ohio State University
  • Calculus III- TA in Spring 2015, Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 at Ohio State University
  • Refresher course in Algebra for incoming PhD students- TA in Summer 2016 and Summer 2018 at Ohio State University
  • Teachers' training course for incoming graduate students- Lead TA in Summer 2017 at Ohio State University
  • Calculus III for Engineers- TA in Spring 2018 and Fall 2018 at Ohio State University

    Some presentations and talk notes

  • Gauss circle problem: An introductory talk on the Gauss circle problem given in the first IISER Mohali alumni meet on Dec 24th, 2017. Talk available here.