Dr. Edgar Assing
I am currently interested in analytic problems related to automorphic forms, automorphic representations & Lfunctions. In particular I am exploring how the language of automorphic representations can unravel new features that (for me) remain somehow mystical from the classical point of view.


Upcoming talks and travel
Nothing planned at the moment.
Publications and preprints

On supnorm bounds part I: ramified Maaß newforms over number fields.
ArXiv preprint (2017).

On the size of padic Whittaker functions.
Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. (2018), DOI:
10.1090/tran/7685.
ArXiv preprint (2018).

Adelic Voronoi Summation and Subconvexity for GL(2) LFunctions in the depth Aspect
International Journal of Number Theory (2021), DOI:
10.1142/S1793042121500470.
ArXiv preprint (2018). Original title: Yet another GL_{2} subconvexity result.

Voronoi summation for halfintegral weight automorphic forms (with A. Corbett).
ArXiv preprint (2020).
Doctoral Thesis
I did my PhD at the University of Bristol mainly thinking about supnorms of automorphic forms and related topics. The outcome was the following thesis.

Local Analysis of Whittaker New Vectors and Global Applications
[PDF].
Teaching
Teaching duties at the University of Bonn (From 1.10.2019):

WS19/20: Assistent der Vorlesung Lineare Algebra 1 gehalten von Prof. Dr. M. Lesch.

SS20: Selected topics in Algebra  Topics in Automorphic Forms.

SS20: Assistent for the Graduate Seminar on Advanced Number Theory.

WS20/21: Selected topics in Analysis  Topics in Analytic Number Theory.

WS20/21: Assistent for the lecture Advanced Algebra 1  Liealgebren und Darstellungen.

SS21: Graduate Seminar on Advanced Number Theory  Modular Forms and Applications (together with Asbjørn Nordentoft).

SS21: Assistent der Vorlesung Algebra 1 gehalten von Prof. Dr. J. Franke.
Some Notes
This is a short note on a certain integral identity involving Gegenbauer Polynomials and the IBessel function.
List of Errata
Here is an
errata sheet for my published papers. Note that ArXiv versions might differ from published versions in several aspects!