# Eric Moss

I am doing a PhD in mathematics at Boston College working with Solomon Friedberg. I will be a full time visiting instructor at BC starting Fall 2024.

I love computation and visualization. I'm in my element when I'm deep in a hands-on problem and when I'm helping others learn.

### Recent Updates:

June 10, 2024 - Started as graduate student mentor in the BC ExpMMLL (website) working on limit sets of Kleinian groups.

Mar 7, 2024 - Veritasium (one of my favorite YouTube channels) posted a video on odd perfect numbers, and showed one of my papers on screen! Paper appears at 25 minutes in.

Jan 30, 2024 - Gave a talk on Google DeepMind's AlphaGeometry. Here are the slides.

Jan 19, 2024 - First commit to GitHub! Here is my working version of the C++ code for my PhD Thesis. Will be continually updated, of course.

Jan 17, 2024 - First day teaching Math 4453 Euclid's Elements at Boston College (for the 3rd time).

Dec 24, 2023 - Went skiing ⛷️ for the second time ever. It went great and I'll be back for sure!

Nov 25, 2023 - Wrote a Research Statement . It is a summary of what will be my PhD thesis.

## Projects

(PhD Thesis, advisor Solomon Friedberg) Maass forms are solutions to the time-independent wave equation in certain geometric spaces. In this thesis I developed and implemented an algorithm for computing Maass forms for 3-dimensional hyperbolic spaces coming from fields Q(sqrt(-d)) where d = 19, 43, 67, and 163. This was a large computation written in C++ and run in parallel on a Linux cluster.