I’m Mark Twain, and I hold a PhD in Mathematics from UPenn, where I specialized in number theory. During my studies, I was awarded several scholarships and prizes, including the Benjamin Franklin Fellowship.
After my PhD, I worked as a postdoc researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, collaborating with brilliant minds. I then became a faculty at Stanford, where I have been teaching and conducting research for the past eight years.
My research interests include number theory, algebraic geometry, and representation theory. I have published over 50 papers in the top-tier Annals of Mathematics (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton), Inventiones Mathematicae, and the Journal of the American Mathematical Society.
My peers have recognized my research and expertise, and I have given talks at prestigious conferences (International Congress of Mathematicians, American Mathematical Society) worldwide.
Research apart, I am deeply committed to teaching and mentoring the next generation of aspiring mathematicians. I have supervised many PhD students and postdoc researchers, many of whom have become successful across disciplines.
I aim to be a Fellow of the Royal Society. Whether you are a student struggling with calculus or a fellow researcher keen to collaborate, I would be delighted to share my knowledge and insights.