Martin H Weissman

TitleAssociate Professor
DivisionPhysical & Biological Sciences
DepartmentPBSci-Mathematics Department
Web Site Home Page of Martin Weissman
Book-writing blog
OfficeMcHenry Building Room #4182
Campus Mail StopMathematics Department
Mail1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA
Martin H Weissman

Research Interests

Marty Weissman's research involves the interaction between representation theory, geometry, and number theory. Specifically, he works on automorphic forms and representations, and what is generally known as the Langlands program. Within the Langlands program, he is interested in modular forms on exceptional and metaplectic groups, representations of p-adic groups, and L-functions.

Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D Harvard University

Selected Publications

  • M. Weissman: D4 Modular Forms, Amer. J. of Math 128 (2006), 849-898.

  • M. Weissman: The Fourier Jacobi Map and Small Representations, Represent. Theory 7 (2003), 275-299.

Teaching Interests

I enjoy teaching a broad swath of courses, including number theory, abstract algebra, proof-writing, and the history of mathematics.