Office and Contact Info

 

Math Building (MA) 430

glasscock.4@osu.edu

 

Mathematics Department

The Ohio State University

231 W. 18th Ave.

Columbus, OH 43210

 

(Updated: May 2017)

Daniel Glasscock

Graduate student in mathematics at the Ohio State University

 

Papers

Interplay between notions of additive and multiplicative largeness, with V. Bergelson.

Multiplicative richness of additively large sets in Zd, with V. Bergelson.

Shift equivalence in the generalized factor order, with J. Fidler, D. G., J. Pantone, B. K. Miceli, and M. Xu. (poster)

Solutions to certain linear equations in Piatetski-Shapiro sequences. Acta Arith., to appear.

Marstrand-type theorems for the counting and mass dimensions in Zd. Combin. Probab. Comput., 25(5):700-743, 2016.

What is ... a graphon? Notices Amer. Math. Soc., 62(1):46-48, 2015.

Sumset estimates in abelian groups. MS Thesis.

 

Talk notes

Norm forms, Kakeya, Euler cotangent, crank of a partition, Euler elliptic integral, Euler exponentiation, what is a graphon, density Hales-Jewett, toda flow, finite invariant measures, braid groups, sets of recurrence, topology and convergence, partition regularity, number theory exercises

 

Academic history

2009-11: Central European University

Summer 2008: REU at Trinity University

2007-08: Budapest Semesters in Math

2005-09: Rice University

2003-05: Texas Academy of Math and Science

 

Links

Math Overflow / Stack Exchange

Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences

Tricki

Common mistakes for undergraduate students

Common mistakes for graduate students

History of math

Math genealogy

arXiv

MathSciNet