Ruixiang Zhang (张瑞祥) Research Teaching

I am an assistant professor at the Department of Mathematics of University of California, Berkeley.

My office is 813 Evans hall.

Currently, I mainly work in harmonic analysis on Euclidean spaces and related problems. I am also interested in harmonic analysis on general locally symmetric spaces and in additive combinatorics.

My research is supported by NSF Award DMS-2207281 (transferred from DMS-1856541).

I was a graduate Student at Princeton University under the supervision of Peter Sarnak. After that, I spent one year as a member at IAS and then three years as a Van Vleck Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at University of Wisconsin-Madison (while being a member at IAS during the last year).

Here is my CV.

Email: ruixiang at berkeley dot edu