Malcolm Rupert
Postdoctoral Scholar
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Clemson University
mrupert2829@gmail.com
Malcolm Rupert
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Clemson University
Clemson, SC, 29634
USA
Office Hours:
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Fri. 1011:30am, and by appointment.
My research interest lie mostly in number theory. In particular I study automorphic forms and the underlying representation theory, as well as modularity of the associated geometric objects. I'm currently working on several methods for computing Siegel paramodular forms. For more details see my
CV and my
research statement.
Mathematics Publications

Rupert, M. (2017). Local Test Vectors for the Theta Lift from GSO(4) to GSp(4). In preparation .

Rupert, M (2017). An Explicit Theta Lift from Hilbert to Siegel Paramodular Forms. Ph.D. Thesis Thesis and Dissertations Database

Rupert, M. (2016). The ErdosKac Theorem for Beurling Primes. Submitted to INTEGERS Electronic Journal of Combinatorial Number Theory .

Chappman, H., Rupert, M. (2012). A Grouptheoretic Approach to Human Solving Strategies in Sudoku. Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal, Volume 3 Article 3.
Selected Presentations
 Math 410: Number Theory
 Previous courses include Calculus I,II,III, Linear Algebra, and Finite math for nonmajors
 Here is a statement of my teaching philosophy
I use
bblearn for my
course web pages.
I just started my postdoc at Clemson in the Fall of 2017. I am a part of the
research training group in coding theory, cryptography, and number theory. Before that I was a graduate student in the
Department of
Mathematics at the
University of Idaho since 2013. Before attending the University of Idaho I recived my masters in mathematics from the
University of British Columbia, under the advisement of
Greg Martin, and my bachelors in mathematics from
Western Washington University.