Jonathan W. Sands, Professor of Mathematics         
Department of Mathematics,                                                     
University of Vermont,                                             
16 Colchester Ave
Burlington, VT 05401 USA
802-656-4339
Office hours: MTW 2:30-4, F 11-12, and by appointment.
Office: Room 406, Henry Marcus Lord House
Jonathan.Sands@uvm.edu
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Teaching Activities
Math 295, Cryptography, Fall 2016Math 241, Real Analysis I, Fall 2016

Pizza and Volleyball Parties for Abstract Algebra Students at My Home:



Professional Activities

Organizer for conference on  Stark's Conjectures and Related Topics, Johns Hopkins University, August 5-9, 2002.
Co-Editor of 
Stark's Conjectures: Recent Work and New Directions, (proceedings of same conference).
Organizer for the ALGORITHMIC NUMBER THEORY SYMPOSIUM (ANTS) VI, University of Vermont, June 13-18, 2004.
Organizer for the Conference in Honor Of Harold Stark's 65th Birthday, University of Minnesota, August 5-7, 2004.
Plenary speaker at
Palmetto Number Theory Seminar,   College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, Sept. 8-9, 2007. Some Galois module structure analogies between tame kernels and ideal class groups. pdf
Host for Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Andrew Odlyzko, University of Vermont, April 6-7, 2010.

Research Interests

Algebraic number theory, especially Iwasawa Theory, L-functions, and computations in algebraic number fields. My work has focused on unravelling some of the mysteries of algebraic number theory embodied by Stark's conjecture, Leopoldt's conjecture, and unresolved questions in classical Iwasawa theory. 

Recent Publications

Personal Interests