I a tenure-track assistant professor at Montana State University. I completed my Ph.D. in Summer 2021 at the University of Utah, supervised by Stefan Patrikis.
I was born and raised in Costa Rica, where I completed bachelor's degrees in Mathematics and Economics at University of Costa Rica. Before coming to Utah, I was an instructor at the University of Costa Rica and worked for the research department of the Central Bank of Costa Rica.
My last name is "Serrano López". It is composed of two words without a hyphen and it should be indexed by the letter "S".
I work on number theory.
I am interested in arithmetic statistics.
Fall 2020 - Spring 2021
Fall 2019 - Spring 2020
I was awarded a fellowship from the University of Utah. I will not be teaching this academic year, but I will be working on my project.
Organizer and facilitator for reading group on number theory with four undergraduate students. Weekly meetings to discuss assigned exercises and readings.
I supervised an undergraduate student's graduation project through weekly meetings. The project was on computational aspects of elliptic curve cryptography.