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Dan Yasaki

Associate Professor

Director of Undergraduate Studies

**Office:** Petty 146 **Email address: **d_yasaki@uncg.edu**Personal web page:** www.uncg.edu/~d_yasaki/ **Starting year at UNCG: **2008**Office hours:** MWF 10:00-11:00

#### Education

Ph.D. in Mathematics, Duke University (2005)

#### Teaching

**Fall, 2014**

- MAT 253-01 LEC (Discrete Mathematical Structures), MWF 9:00-9:50, Petty Building 227
- MAT 310-01 LEC (Elementary Linear Algebra), MWF 12:00-12:50, Petty Building 217
- MAT 701-05 SEM (Graduate Seminar in Computational Mathematics), MWF 1:00-1:50, Petty Building 007

**Winter, 2015**

- MAT 120-81D WEB (Calculus for Business and the Social Sciences)

**Spring, 2015**

- MAT 310-01 LEC (Elementary Linear Algebra), MWF 12:00-12:50, Petty Building 223

**Summer Session 1, 2015**

- MAT 112-01D WTX (Contemporary Topics in Mathematics)

#### Research Interests

Number Theory, Computational Mathematics** Current Students: **Paula Hamby

#### Selected Recent Publications

- Perfect unary forms over real quadratic fields, J. Théor. Nombres Bordeaux (2013), 1–17, accepted.
- with Paul Gunnells, Modular forms and elliptic curves over the cubic field of discriminant $−23$, Int. J. Number Theory 9 (2013), no. 1, 53-76.
- Computing modular forms for $\mathrm{GL}_2$ over certain number fields, Computations with Modular Forms, Contributions in Mathematical and Computational Sciences 6 (2014), 363-377.
- with Farshid Hajir and Paul Gunnells, Modular forms and elliptic curves over the field of fifth roots of unity, Exp. Math. 22 (2013), no. 2, 203-216.
- Integral cohomology of certain Picard modular surfaces, J. Number Theory 134 (2014) 13-28.

#### Brief Bio

Dr. Yasaki has an M.A. (2000) and Ph.D. (2005) from Duke University under the supervision of L. Saper. After a three year post-doc at the University of Massachusetts working with P. Gunnells, he has been part of the UNCG faculty since 2008. His research interests are in the area of modular forms, particularly the connection between explicit reduction theory of quadratic forms and the computation of Hecke data for automorphic forms. Recent work has focused on producing new examples of cusp forms over number fields of small degree. Reprints and preprints of publications can be found on his personal webpage. Yasaki currently serves as the UNCG Math Club faculty advisor.