view from Picacho Peak, c. 2021

Nick Juricic (he/him/his)

Graduate Assistant

University of Arizona

Mailing address: Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona, 617 N Santa Rita Avenue,

P.O. Box 210089, Tucson, AZ 85721-1009, USA

email address:

Office location: Environmental and Natural Resources 2 Building, 3rd floor, South side, Office 390AA (also known as: ENR2 S390AA)

Fall 2022 office hours (MST):

Monday: 11am–12pm Wednesday: 3–4pm Thursday: 2–3pm

In-person location: ENR2 S390AA

Location online:

My resume can be found here.

Hello! and welcome, to my personal website. To say some things about myself: I like to listen to and write music, and I enjoy nature, animals as well as bugs, such as bees and dragonflies. Many video games have captured my attention for long numbers of hours, such as Skyrim and the Souls series (e.g. Dark Souls), and I try not to talk about it but also DOTA 2. I love peace and if you throw me some I will return it.

Academics wise, I went to the University of Connecticut (UConn) for my undergraduate studies in mathematics. My math/science interests include the theory of equations and its interactions with different areas of math, two examples being 1) geometric analysis, which studies relations between geometry and differential equations, and 2) differential algebra, an attempt to regard differential equations like polynomials and study them from an algebraic standpoint (cf. Liouville's theorem on elementary antiderivatives, the works of Joseph Ritt, and look up on google the term 'D-module'). More on the science side, I find linguistics super interesting and am trying to find applications of geometry to the study of sounds and natural language. And lastly, but not at all leastly, I LOVE integrals and all integration related queries, activities, and undertakings. If you visit my office, please check out my integrals of the weeks. As the number theorist G.H. Hardy once said:

"I could never resist a definite integral."