Department of Mathematics and Statistics
- Jeffrey Hakim’s research primarily lies within the broad mathematical areas of representation theory and harmonic analysis. Most recently, he has focused on supercuspidal representations and symmetric spaces over p-adic fields. His papers have also involved relative trace formulas and hyperbolic geometry.
DegreesPhD, Mathematics,Columbia University, 1989
MS, Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1983
BA, Mathematics, University of Virginia, 1982
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