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Ph.D. in Mathematics, Harvard University A.M. in Mathematics, Harvard University Sc.B. in Mathematics and Physics, Brown University
Dr. Lansky's research interests lie in the representation theory ofp-adic groups and automorphic forms. Past work has involved algebraic modular forms on various groups and their corresponding Galois representations, Artin L-functions and the Dedekind Conjecture, representations of parahoric Hecke algebras, and newforms for certain groups. He is currently studying liftings of representations of certain finite and p-adic groups, orthogonally distinguished supercuspidal representations of GL(n) with applications to the Shimura correspondence, and quantum mechanical entanglement.