Frazer Jarvis

School of Mathematics and Statistics

University of Sheffield

Hicks Building

Sheffield S3 7RH
I am a lecturer in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Sheffield.

In the academic year 2015–16, I am teaching MAS111 Mathematics Core II, MAS465/6011 Multivariate Data Analysis, and helping with MAS279 Career Development Skills.

I am **Senior Tutor**. Students should
e-mail me or visit me in
my office (J12) if you want to ask me anything. The role also includes being
**Disability Liaison Officer**, and
**Tutor for Men Students**.

My field of research is number theory; I have been particularly interested in the theory of modular forms and Galois representations, although am interested in more general questions. More details can be found on my main maths page, which also contains some references to my papers.

- Societies: LMS | AMS | SMF | MAA
- Departments: UK | USA | all
- Mathematicians: Kevin Buzzard | John Cremona | Toby Gee | Robert Langlands | James Milne | Richard Taylor
- TeX Users Group | SAGE
- Number Theory web