Dr Lynne Walling

Department of Mathematics, University of Bristol

University Walk, Clifton
United Kingdom
PH: 44 (117) 3315245
Email: [email protected]



  • BA Mathematics/Management-Sonoma State University (1982)
  • MA Mathematics-Dartmouth College (1984)
  • PhD Mathematics-Dartmouth College (1987)
Research Interests:

Lynne Walling is a number theorist, working with quadratic forms and various types of automorphic forms. She uses automorphic forms to get information about representation numbers of quadratic forms, and She uses the arithmetic theory of quadratic forms to better understand Siegel and Jacobi modular forms. She is also interested in the general theory of automorphic forms, particularly correspondences and "lifts" between different types of automorphic forms.

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