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Ben Krause

Lecturer in Analysis, King's College London

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About Me

I received my PhD from UCLA in 2015 under the advisement of Professor Terence Tao. My first academic position was as the Pacific Institute for Mathematics/University of British Columbia Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow, which I held from 2015-2017. I then moved to the California Institute of Technology as a National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, where I stayed until 2019. During the 2019-2020 academic year I held a position at Princeton University as a Research Fellow funded by Professor Assaf Naor's Simon's Grant. I moved to King's College London in the fall of 2020.

My primary research interests are: Pointwise Ergodic Theory; Harmonic Analysis; Additive Combinatorics

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Analysis Notes

Course Notes

In fall of 2020 I taught a review of undergraduate analysis to master's students at King's College. Attached are the (rough) course notes.

Discrete Analogues in Harmonic Analysis: Bourgain, Stein, and Beyond

Sample Chapter

Attached is a sample chapter from my forthcoming book, to be published by the American Math Society in the Graduate Studies in Mathematics

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