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Brigham Young University
Math Department

Darrin Doud

322 TMCB
Department of Mathematics
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602

phone:(801)422-1204
fax:(801)422-0504
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Education

  • BS (Mathematics) 1992, Brigham Young University
  • MS (Mathematics) 1993, Brigham Young University
  • MS (Teaching Mathematics) 1999, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Ph.D. (Mathematics) 1999, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Positions

  • NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard University, 1999-2001
  • Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University, 2001-2007
  • Associate Professor, Brigham Young University, 2007-2012
  • Professor, Brigham Young University, 2012-present
  • Associate Chair, Department of Mathematics, Brigham Young University, 2011-2014
  • Associate Chair, Department of Mathematics, Brigham Young University, 2015-2016

Publications

  1. A procedure to calculate torsion of elliptic curves over Q
    Manuscripta Mathematica 95(1998), 463-469.

  2. S4 and extensions of Q ramified at only one prime
    Journal of Number Theory 75(1999), 185-197.

  3. Three-dimensional Galois representations with conjectural connections to arithmetic cohomology
    in Number Theory for the Millenium, A.K. Peters, Boston, 2002, 365-375.

  4. Galois representations with conjectural connections to arithmetic cohomology
    with Avner Ash and David Pollack
    Duke Mathematical Journal 112(2002), 521-579.

  5. Wild ramification in number field extensions of prime degree
    Archiv der Mathematik 81 (2003), 646-649.

  6. Wildly ramified Galois representations and a generalization of a conjecture of Serre
    Experimental Mathematics 14:1 (2005), 119-127.

  7. Even icosahedral Galois representations with prime conductor
    with Michael W. Moore
    Journal of Number Theory 118:1, (2006), 62-70

  8. Explicit Frobenius computations supporting a generalization of a conjecture of Serre
    with Brian Hansen
    JP Journal of Algebra, Number Theory and Applications, 6 (2006), 381-398.

  9. Bond-valence methods for pKs prediction. II. Bond-valence, electrostatic, molecular geometry, and solvation effects.
    Barry Bickmore, Kevin M. Rosso, Christopher J. Tadanier, Eric J. Bylaska and Darrin Doud
    Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (2006), 4057-4071.

  10. Supersingular Galois representations and a generalization of a conjecture of Serre
    Experimental Mathematics 16:1 (2007), 119-128

  11. Distinguishing contragredient Galois representations in characteristic two
    Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics 38:3 (2008), 835-848.

  12. Local corrections of discriminant bounds and small degree extensions of quadratic base fields
    with Sharon Brueggeman
    International Journal of Number Theory 4 (2008), 349-361

  13. Finding Galois representations corresponding to certain Hecke eigenclasses
    with Meghan DeWitt
    International Journal of Number Theory 5 (2009), 1-11

  14. LLL reduction and a conjecture of Gunnells
    with Russell Ricks
    Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 138 (2010), 409-415.

  15. p-adic properties of coefficients of weakly holomorphic modular forms
    with Paul Jenkins
    International Mathematics Research Notices, 2010:16 (2010), 3184-3206.

  16. Two-divisibility of coefficients of certain weakly holomorphic modular forms
    with Paul Jenkins and John Lopez,
    The Ramanujan Journal, 28 (2012), 89-111.

  17. Reducible Galois representations and the homology of GL(3,Z)
    with Avner Ash
    International Mathematics Research Notices, 2014:5 (2014), 1379-1408.

  18. Proof of a conjecture of Wong concerning octahedral Galois repesentations of prime power conductor
    with Kevin Childers
    Journal of Number Theory, 154 (2015), 101-104.

  19. Highly reducible Galois representations attached to the homology of GL(n,Z)
    with Avner Ash
    Proceedings of the AMS, 143 (2015), 3801-3813.

  20. Relaxation of strict parity for reducible Galois representations attached to the homology of GL(3,Z)
    with Avner Ash
    International Journal of Number Theory, 12 (2016), 361-381.

  21. Octahedral extensions with a given cubic subfield
    with Kevin Childers
    Journal of Number Theory, 167 (2016), 141-146.
  22. Galois representations attached to tensor products of arithmetic cohomology
    with Avner Ash
    Journal of Algebra, 465 (2016), 81-99.
  23. Even Galois representations and the cohomology of GL(2,Z)
    with Avner Ash
    Annales mathématiques du Québec, to appear.
  24. Reducible Galois representations and arithmetic homology for GL(4)
    with Avner Ash
    in review.

Awards and Grants

  • 1993: Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked Excellent by Their Students
  • 1994-1997: National Needs Fellowships
  • 1998: Hohn-Nash Award in Scientific Computing
  • 1998: Irving W. Reiner Memorial Award in Algebra
  • 1999: Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked Excellent by Their Students
  • 1999: University of Illinois Mathematics Department Teaching Award
  • 1999: National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
  • 2002: BYU Faculty Center Course Development Grant
  • 2005: NSA Young Investigator's Grant
  • 2006: BYU Mathematics Department Distinguished Teaching Award
  • 2008: BYU Mathematics Department Distinguished Citizenship Award
  • 2008: Brigham Young University Alcuin Fellowship
  • 2009: BYU College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Outstanding Teaching Award for faculty with 3-10 years service.
  • 2009: Savage Foundation Distinguished Teaching Award
  • 2010: Number Theory Foundation Grant to support the Western Number Theory Conference
  • 2013: NSA Grant to support the 2014 Automorphic Forms Workshop
  • 2014: NSF Grant to support the 2014 Automorphic Forms Workshop
  • 2015: BYU Mathematics Department Distinguished Teaching Award
  • 2017: BYU Mathematics Department Distinguished Citizenship Award

Graduate Students Supervised

  • Michael W. Moore, M.S. 2004
  • Glen Simpson, M.S. 2004
  • Brian Hansen, M.S. 2005
  • Heather Florence, M.S 2005
  • Jon Blackhurst, M.S. 2006
  • Wayne Rosengren, M.S. 2008
  • Brian Hansen, Ph.D. 2010
  • Ka Lun Wong, M.S. 2011
  • Vinh Dang, M.S. 2011
  • Wil Cocke, M.S. 2014
  • Joseph Adams, M.S. 2014
  • Kevin Childers, M.S. 2015

Conferences and Seminars Attended

* indicates that I gave a talk, ♦ indicates that I was an organizer.
  • Halberstam Conference, Urbana, IL, May 1995
  • *Magma Mini-conference, Montreal, Canada, July 1995
  • Fermat's Last Theorem Conference, Boston, MA, Aug. 1995
  • *Fourth Annual Midwest Algebraic Number Theory Day, Urbana, IL, Mar. 1997
  • *AMS Special Session on Number Theory, Chicago, IL, Sep. 1998
  • *AMS Special Session on Galois Representations, Urbana, IL, Mar. 1999
  • *Ohio State University Number Theory Seminar, Columbus, OH, Nov. 1999
  • *Harvard University Number Theory Seminar, Boston, MA, Feb. 2000
  • *Brigham Young University Mathematics Colloquium, Provo, UT, Mar. 2000
  • *Millennial Conference on Number Theory, Urbana, IL, May 2000
  • *Boston College Number Theory Seminar, Boston, MA, Nov. 2000
  • *Ohio State University Number Theory Seminar, Columbus, OH, Apr. 2001
  • *California Institute of Technology Number Theory Seminar, Pasadena, CA, May 2002
  • *AMS Special Session on Analytic Number Theory, Salt Lake City, UT, Oct. 2002
  • *AMS Special Session, Madison, WI, Oct. 2002
  • *West Coast Number Theory Conference, San Fransisco, CA, Dec. 2002
  • *Wesleyan University Number Theory Seminar, Middletown, CT, April 2004
  • *Illinois Number Theory Conference, Urbana, IL, May 2004
  • *Canadian Number Theory Association VIII Meeting, Toronto, Canada, July 2004
  • *AMS Special Session on Modularity of Galois Representations, Pittsburgh, PA, Nov. 2004.
  • *West Coast Number Theory Conference, Las Vegas, NV, Dec. 2004
  • *Southeast Regional Meeting on Numbers (SERMON 2005), Columbia, SC, April 2005
  • *Wesleyan University Number Theory Seminar, Middletown, CT, April 2005
  • *Workshop on Automorphic Forms, Modular Forms and related moduli spaces, Rome, Italy, Sep. 2005
  • *West Coast Number Theory Conference, Monterey, CA, Dec. 2005
  • Pacific Northwest Number Theory Conference, Redmond, WA, Feb. 2006
  • *Southeast Regional Meeting on Numbers (SERMON 2006), Greenville, SC, March 2006
  • *Canadian Number Theory Association IX Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, July 2006
  • *AMS Special Session on Number Theory, Salt Lake City, UT, October 2006
  • *University of Illinois Number Theory Fest, Urbana, IL, May 2007
  • *West Coast Number Theory Conference, Monterey, CA, Dec. 2007
  • *Canadian Number Theory Association X Meeting, Waterloo, Canada, July 2008
  • *Western Number Theory Conference, Fort Collins, CO, Dec. 2008
  • *Wesleyan University Algebra Seminar, Middletown, CT, March 2009
  • *23rd Annual Workshop on Automorphic Forms and Related Topics, Lewisburg, PA, March 2009
  • *2009 Intermountain Sectional Meeting of the MAA, Provo, UT, March 2009
  • Illinois Number Theory Celebration, Urbana, IL, March 2009
  • *Spring 2009 Central Section Meeting of the AMS, Urbana, IL, March 2009
  • ♦Summer Graduate Workshop on Zeta Functions, L-functions and Applications, Orem, UT, June 2009
  • *West Coast Number Theory Conference, Monterey, CA, Dec. 2009
  • *Second Wesleyan Conference on Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups, Middletown, CT, July 2010
  • *Canadian Number Theory Association XI Meeting, Wolfville, Canada, July 2010
  • ♦Western Number Theory Conference 2010, Orem, UT, Dec 2010
  • *Utah Valley University Mathematics Department Colloquium, Orem, UT, March 2011
  • Workshop on Torsion in the homology of arithmetic groups, Banff, Canada, July 2012
  • ♦AMS Special Session on Homology and Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups, Boston, MA, April 2013
  • ♦*28th Annual Workshop on Automorphic Forms and Related Topics, Moab, UT, May 2014
  • *2015 Intermountain Sectional Meeting of the MAA, Provo, UT, March 2015
  • *Canadian Number Theory Association XV Meeting, Québec City, Canada, July 2018

Maintained by Darrin Doud.

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