Jeffrey Hatley


Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
Union College

Welcome!

I am currently a visiting assistant professor of mathematics at Union College in Schenectady, NY. My research interests are in number theory; in particular, I study Iwasawa theory and p-adic Galois representations associated to modular forms. You can use the links on the left (or simply scroll down) to find information about my research and teaching, as well as my CV.

When I'm not doing math, I'm usually bouldering, watching Philadelphia sports teams, or spending time with llamas.

Information for my students

While some very general information about my teaching can be found below, if you are currently taking a class with me, you can find all of our course materials on Nexus. If you're finding our class difficult (and even if you're not), I highly recommend that you read this!

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I am always open to taking on students for independent study courses and undergraduate research. If this is something you're interested in, get in touch with me!

Research

(Note that preprints may differ from the final published version.)

[8] Comparing anticyclotomic Selmer groups of positive coranks for congruent modular forms (with Antonio Lei), preprint. PDF

[7] Arithmetic properties of signed Selmer groups at nonordinary primes (with Antonio Lei), preprint. PDF

[6] Rank parity for congruent supersingular elliptic curves, Proceedings of the AMS, Vol. 145 (2017), 3775-3786. PDF

[5] Modular forms of arbitrary even weight with no exceptional primes, Journal of Number Theory, Vol. 166 (2016), 158-165. PDF

[4] Elliptic curves with maximally disjoint division fields (with Harris B. Daniels and James Ricci), Acta Arithmetica, Vol. 175, No. 3 (2016), 211-223. PDF

[3] Obstruction criteria for modular deformation problems, International Journal of Number Theory, Vol. 12, No. 1 (2016), 273-285. PDF

[2] The Probability of Relatively Prime Polynomials in (with Thomas R. Hagedorn), Involve, a Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 3, No. 2 (2010), 223-232. PDF

[1] Numerical Evidence on the Uniform Distribution of Power Residues for Elliptic Curves (with Amanda Hittson), Involve, a Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 2, No. 3 (2009), 305-321. PDF

[0] My PhD thesis, University of Massachusetts Amherst (2015)

Teaching

  • Current Courses (Fall '17)

    • Math 113-02: AP Calculus
    • Math 199-02: Intro to Logic & Set Theory

  • Past Courses

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    Past courses at Union College

    • Spring 2017: Math 130 - Ordinary Differential Equations (two sections)
    • Winter 2017: Math 112 - Calculus II, Math 235 - Number Theory, and two senior theses
    • Fall 2017: Math 110 - Calculus I, Math 490 - Independent Study (algebraic number theory), and senior thesis
    • Spring 2016: Math 115 - Calculus III
    • Winter 2016: Math 112 - Calculus II and Math 221 - Mathematical Cryptology
    • Fall 2016: Math110 -- Calculus I (two sections)

    Past courses at UMass

    • Spring 2015: Math 235 - Linear Algebra
    • Fall 2014: Math 235 - Linear Algebra
    • Summer 2014: Math 128 -- Calculus for Life and Social Sciences (online)
    • Spring 2014: Math 235 - Linear Algebra
    • Fall 2013: Math 235 - Linear Algebra
    • Summer 2013: Math 132 - Calculus II
    • Spring 2013: Math 132 - Calculus II
    • Fall 2012: Math 131 - Calculus I
    • Spring 2012: Math 235 - Linear Algebra
    • Fall 2011: Math 131 - Calculus I

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  • Undergraduate Theses and Research I've Supervised

Curriculum Vitae

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Contact:

Mail:
Union College
Bailey Hall 202
Schenectady, NY 12308
Office: Bailey Hall 206A
Phone: 518-388-6163
E-mail:
haSPAMtleyj@un REMOVETHISion.edu
Office hours (Fall '17):
MWTh 10:30-11:30 and by appointment

Friends:

Harris B. Daniels
Holley Friedlander
Keenan Kidwell
Antonio Lei
Sam Taylor
Tom Weston
Glen Wilson