I am interested in the application of modern analysis to the spectral theory of Eisenstein series and other automorphic forms, L-functions, and number theory. This includes representation theory of (mostly reductive) Lie groups and p-adic groups, and harmonic analysis on these groups and their homogeneous spaces. Necessarily Schwartz' distributions, Sobolev spaces, and similar things play important supporting roles. I find that a mildly categorical viewpoint is very helpful in keeping things straight.
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