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Math GR8659,
Topics in automorphic forms (spring
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Math V2000,
Introduction to higher mathematics (fall 2016)

Math W4045, Algebraic
curves (fall 2016)

Math G6659,
Topics in automorphic forms (spring 2016)

Math W4042, Modern
algebra II (fall 2015)

Math W4043, Algebraic
number theory (fall 2015)

Math W4044,
Representations of finite groups (spring 2015)

Math G6659, Topics in
automorphic forms (spring 2015)

Math W4043,
Algebraic number theory (fall 2013)

Math G6245, Coherent cohomology of Shimura varieties (fall 2013)