I am currently a PhD Candidate in mathematics at Princeton University. My research lies in combinatorics, random matrix theory and number theory. See Publications, or the Conferences for more details.
You can reach me at naslund [at] math [dot] princeton [dot] edu
I am a PhD student in mathematics at Princeton University advised by Peter Sarnak. For the 2015 summer, I interned at MSR New
England working with Henry Cohn.
In May 2013 I graduated from the honors mathematics program at the University of British Columbia, and for the 2011-2012 academic year I studied at École Polytechnique in France as part of their international exchange program. To find out about my work, take a look at the Research Tab, or my arXiv page. To see where I have been, take a look at my Talks and Conferences Page.
As undergraduate, I interviewed two alumni for the UBC Mathematics Newsletter. For the 2010 UBC Mathematics Newsletter, I interviewed David Cheriton, and the transcribed interview can be found here. For the 2011 UBC Mathematics Newsletter, I interviewed Richard Lee, and the transcribed interview can be found here.