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# Dr Nina Snaith

## Dr Nina Snaith

BSc(McM), PhD(Bristol)

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BSc(McM), PhD(Bristol)

Office Room 4.06

Howard House,

Queen's Ave,
Bristol
BS8 1SN

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+44 (0) 117 3315252

n.c.snaith@bristol.ac.uk

My maininterest is the connection between Random Matrix Theory and certain number theoretical functions such as the Riemann zeta function and L-functions. This connection arises through the statistics of the zeros of these functions and can be exploited, allowing us to study zeta and L-functions using the well-developed techniques of Random Matrix Theory.

Present appointment: Reader (since 2007)

Previous appointment: Lecturer at the University of Bristol and EPSRC Advanced Research Fellow (from 2004)

Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research fellow at the University of Bristol (2000 to 2004)

PhD: "Random Matrix Theory and Zeta Functions" from the University of Bristol, 2000 (Supervisor: Jonathan Keating)

BSc: Honours Degree in Physics (Theory Option) from McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada

- Mason, A & Snaith, N, 2016, ‘Symplectic n-level densities with restricted support’.
*Random Matrices: Theory and Applications*, vol 5. - Cooper, I, Morris, P & Snaith, NC, 2016, ‘Beyond the excised ensemble: modelling elliptic curve L-functions with random matrices’.
*Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical*, vol 49. - Mason, A & Snaith, N, 2015, ‘Orthogonal and Symplectic n-Level Densities’.
*Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society*. - Snaith, NC & Conrey, B, 2014, ‘In support of n-correlation’.
*Communications in Mathematical Physics*, vol 330., pp. 639-653 - Conrey, JB & Snaith, NC, 2013, ‘On the orthogonal symmetry of L-functions of a family of Hecke Grössencharacters’.
*Acta Arithmetica*, vol 157., pp. 323-356 - E., D, Huynh, DKK, Keating, JP, J., MS & Snaith, NC, 2012, ‘A random matrix model for elliptic curve L-functions of finite conductor’.
*Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical*, vol 45. - Snaith, N, Keating, J, E., D, K., HD & J., MS, 2010, ‘The lowest eigenvalue of Jacobi random matrix ensembles and Painleve VI’.
*Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical*, vol 43, number 40., pp. 405204 - 405230 - Snaith, NC, 2010, ‘Riemann Zeros and Random Matrix Theory’.
*Milan Journal of Mathematics*, vol 78., pp. 135-152 - Huynh, D, Keating, J & Snaith, N, 2009, ‘Lower order terms for the one-level density of elliptic curve L-functions’.
*Journal of Number Theory*, vol 129, issue 12., pp. 2883 - 2902 - Conrey, J, Farmer, D, Keating, J, Rubinstein, M & Snaith, N, 2008, ‘Lower order terms in the full moment conjecture for the Riemann zeta function’.
*Journal of Number Theory*, vol 128., pp. 1516 - 1554

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