Burungale A, Ono K, Tsai W-L. On the nonvanishing of central values and derivatives of modular L-functions in families of quadratic twists. *. In Preparation.
I'm a Research Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Virginia. My ment or is Professor Ken Ono. I recently received my PhD from Texas A&M University. I was advised by Professor Riad Masri. I conduct research in algebraic and analytic number theory, arithmetic geometry, and combinatorics. I am especially interested in automorphic and modular forms, arithmetic statistics, elliptic curves, L-functions, number fields, and partitions in representation theory. I use high performance computing from time to time in my research. At UVa I am a frequent user of RIVANNA (UVA High-Performance Computing). Beginning August 2023, I will be a tenure-track assistant professor at the University of South Carolina. Please take a look at my CV (Last Updated: December 26, 2022).