Didier Lesesvre

Postdoctoral Fellow in Mathematics
Sun Yat-Sen University


I am a postdoctoral fellow at Sun Yat-Sen University in China. My research aims at studying fascinating objects: automorphic representations. However they remain mysterious, so that I study properties of whole families of automorphic forms, mainly by means of trace formulas.

I achieved my PhD under the supervision of Farrell Brumley on the study of the universal family of quaternion algebras. I am currently getting interested in the theory of multiple Dirichlet series in collaboration with Kuan Chan Ieong. Here is my CV.

Keywords: automorphic representations, trace formula, multiple Dirichlet series, circle methods, local newforms, arithmetics statistics

Selected Papers

  • Quadratic twists of central values (arXiv)
  • Low-lying zeros of L-functions for Quaternion Algebras (arXiv), Ann. Institut Fourier, to appear
  • Counting and Equidistribution for Quaternion Algebras (arXiv), Math Zeitschrift 295:129-159

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