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Amichai Lampert's Webpage

I'm a final-year Ph.D. student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, supervised by Professor Tamar Ziegler. During the 2022-2023 academic year I will be a visitor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Here is my CV.


I'm interested in various notions of rank for polynomials in many variables and the relationship between them. These ideas appear in different areas: higher order Fourier analysis, the Hardy-Littlewood circle method in number theory, and Stillman's conjecture in commutative algebra.

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Papers and Preprints

Teaching Experience

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • TA for 80154: Linear Algebra for Engineering and Science II            Spring 2022

  • TA for 80135:  Linear Algebra  II                                                           Spring 2021

  • TA for 80430: Introduction to Probability and Statistics                     Spring 2020

  • TA for 80517: Measure Theory                                                                   Fall 2019

  • TA for 80177: Calculus for Engineering and Science Students         Spring 2019

  • TA for 80430: Introduction to Probability and Statistics                          Fall 2018

  • HW grader for 80320: Ordinary Differential Equations                      Spring 2018

  • TA for 80420: Probability Theory                                                               Fall 2017

  • HW grader for 80135: Linear Algebra  II                                              Spring 2017

  • HW grader for 80114: Mathematical Methods I                                      Fall 2016

Seminars Organized

Graduate Student Seminar                                                               Hebrew University 2018-2022 
Co-organized together with Michael Chapman, supervised by Cy Maor. The seminar met once a month with with two one-hour talks given by graduate students about a favorite theorem or area which is accessible to those possessing an undergraduate mathematics education. Duties included recruiting speakers and giving them feedback on practice talks in order to help them prepare.


Institute for Advanced Study, 1 Einstein Dr,  Princeton, NJ 08540, USA

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