Lillian Beatrix Pierce
- Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics
Research Areas and Keywords
CAREER: Research and Training at the Intersection of Number Theory and Analysis awarded by National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2017 to 2022
Re:boot Number Theory awarded by National Security Agency (Principal Investigator). 2016 to 2018
The circle method, character sums, and sieves: Applications to number theory and harmonic analysis awarded by National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2014 to 2017
Ellenberg, J, Pierce, LB, and Wood, MM. "On $\ell$-torsion in class groups of number fields." arXiv:1606.06103 [math] (June 20, 2016).
Pierce, LB. "Burgess bounds for multi-dimensional short mixed character sums." Journal of Number Theory 163 (June 2016): 172-210. Full Text
Guo, S, Pierce, LB, Roos, J, and Yung, P. "Polynomial Carleson operators along monomial curves in the plane." arXiv:1605.05812 [math] (May 19, 2016).
Pierce, LB, Schindler, D, and Wood, MM. "Representations of integers by systems of three quadratic forms." arXiv:1509.04757 [math] (September 15, 2015).
Heath-Brown, DR, and Pierce, LB. "Simultaneous integer values of pairs of quadratic forms." Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik (Crelles Journal) 0.0 (January 27, 2015). Full Text Open Access Copy
Bober, J, Carneiro, E, Hughes, K, Kosz, D, and Pierce, LB. "Corrigendum to “on a discrete version of Tanaka’s theorem for maximal functions”." Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 143.12 (2015): 5471-5473. Full Text
Alaifari, R, Pierce, LB, and Steinerberger, S. "Lower bounds for the truncated Hilbert transform." arXiv:1311.6845 [math] (November 26, 2013).
Pierce, LB. "Correction to "discrete fractional radon transforms and quadratic forms," duke math. J. 161 2012, 69-106." Duke Mathematical Journal 162.6 (2013): 1203-1204. Full Text
Bober, J, Carneiro, E, Hughes, K, and Pierce, LB. "On a discrete version of Tanaka's theorem for maximal functions." Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 140.5 (May 1, 2012): 1669-1680. Full Text
For centuries, mathematicians tried to solve problems by adding new values to the usual numbers. Now they’re investigating the unintended consequences of that tinkering.... read more »
Lillian Pierce, Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics has been offered a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation. The CAREER Award (CAREER: The Faculty Early Career Development Program) is a foundation-wide activity that... read more »
As a four-year-old, Lillian Pierce remembers watching her mother balance her checkbook and realizing that the numbers juxtaposed on the page were, in a sense, communicating with each other. “My mother explained that the numbers told her what to... read more »