Noam Elkies

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Mathematics Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Henry L. Cohn grad student 2000 Harvard
David Y. Jao grad student 2003 Harvard
Nicholas F. Rogers grad student 2004 Harvard
Anh V. Le grad student 2010 Harvard
Jeechul Woo grad student 2010 Harvard
Yevgeny K. Zaytman grad student 2010 Harvard
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Elkies ND, Schütt M. (2015) Genus 1 fibrations on the supersingular k3 surface in characteristic 2 with artin invariant 1 Asian Journal of Mathematics. 19: 555-582
Blanc J, Canci JK, Elkies ND. (2015) Moduli Spaces of Quadratic Rational Maps with a Marked Periodic Point of Small Order International Mathematics Research Notices. 2015: 12459-12489
Elkies N, Fink G, Bärnighausen T. (2015) “Scrambling” geo-referenced data to protect privacy induces bias in distance estimation Population and Environment. 37: 83-98
Elkies N, Kumar A. (2014) K3 surfaces and equations for hilbert modular surfaces Algebra and Number Theory. 8: 2297-2411
Elkies ND, Howe EW, Ritzenthaler C. (2014) Genus bounds for curves with fixed Frobenius eigenvalues Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society. 142: 71-84
Elkies ND, Schütt M. (2013) Modular forms and K3 surfaces Advances in Mathematics. 240: 106-131
Elkies ND, Kalaj D. (2013) A real part theorem for the higher derivatives of analytic functions in the unit disk Computational Methods and Function Theory. 13: 189-203
Elkies ND, Kane DM, Kominers SD. (2013) Minimal S-universality criteria may vary in size Journal De Theorie Des Nombres De Bordeaux. 25: 557-563
Cohn H, Elkies ND, Kumar A, et al. (2010) Point configurations that are asymmetric yet balanced Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society. 138: 2863-2872
Elkies ND, Kominers SD. (2010) Refined configuration results for extremal type II lattices of ranks 40 and 80 Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society. 138: 105-108
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