Office: | MW 646 |
Phone : | (614) 292-4013 |
Email : | hiary.1@osu.edu |
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at the Ohio State University. I graduated from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, with a PhD in Mathematics in August 2008, supervised by Andrew Odlyzko. My research is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation DMS-1406190. You can reach me at hiary.1@osu.edu or hiaryg@gmail.com.
Mathematica notebook to verify the van der Corput bound on the Riemann zeta function
Sample data for the zeta function obtained using the amortized algorithm
SageMath (free, open-source, well-documented, comprehensive, suited for teaching and research)
CoCalc (free, open-source, well-documented, web-based cloud computing, targeted for teaching)
LMFDB (pioneering online database for L-functions)
Wolfram Alpha (web-based, especially easy to use)
Mathematica (well-documented, comperehensive, suited for teaching and research)
Matlab (well-documented, easy to learn, suited for teaching and research especially in numerical linear algebra)
R (free, open-source, well-documented, my favorite statistical package!)
Pari (free software for number theory compuations and more.)
lcalc (free software for L-function computations.)