Hello! A bit about me:

My name is Jetjaroen Klangwang

Most people call me “Jay” but sometimes I’m called “Jet”.

I am originally from the south of Thailand and I came to the the United States with the Royal Thai Government scholarship for my master and Ph.D. degrees.

I’m currently a Ph.D. candidate working under the supervision of Holly Swisher at the Oregon State University.

Research

My Research

My research interest is in the general area of number theory with a particular interest in the theory of modular forms, quasi modular forms and mock modular forms. In particular, I am interested in location and properties of zeros of certain modular forms for various groups.

Projects in Progress

  • Zeros of certain combinations of Eisenstein series

  • Zeros of certain modular forms of weight nk

  • Some observations on the zeros of certain modular forms of weight 12

  • Teaching

    Fall 2017

    MTH 111 College Algebra (Teaching Assistant)

    Past Classes

    MTH 111 College Algebra (Teaching Assistant)
    MTH 112 Elementary Functions (Teaching Assistant)
    MTH 245 Mathematics for Management, Life and Social Science (Teaching Assistant)
    MTH 251 Differential Calculus (Teaching Assistant and Lecturer)

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