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My name is Darin Brown. I studied mathematics at University of California, Santa Barbara; my advisor was Jeffrey Stopple (which makes Harold Stark my grandparent), and my research interests lie in algebraic number theory and Fuchsian groups. In particular, my dissertation examined how prime geodesics in quotients of the hyperbolic plane by certain Fuchsian groups lift to higher surfaces determined by congruence subgroups.
Due to some positive reinforcement from some people, it looks like I'm back from my hiatus.
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