Suriajaya Ade Irma | Last modified date：2023.04.10 |

Assistant Professor /
Faculty of Mathematics

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Academic Degree

Doctor of Philosophy (Mathematical Science), Master of Mathematical Science

Country of degree conferring institution (Overseas)

Yes Bachelor

Field of Specialization

Algebra (Analytic Number Theory)

ORCID(Open Researcher and Contributor ID)

0000-0003-3386-0990

Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country

00years11months

Outline Activities

Keywords: zeta functions, L-functions, derivatives, zeros, value distribution, prime numbers

Kakenhi project number: 18K13400, 22K13895

Member of Mathematical Society of Japan

(From May 2019 on:) Visiting scientist of RIKEN iTHEMS

Kakenhi project number: 18K13400, 22K13895

Member of Mathematical Society of Japan

(From May 2019 on:) Visiting scientist of RIKEN iTHEMS

Research

**Research Interests**

- Distribution of zeros and values of zeta functions and L-functions and their derivatives

keyword : zeta functions, L-functions, derivatives, zeros, value distribution, distribution of prime numbers

2013.06.

**Current and Past Project**

- Zeros of zeta functions and L-functions, and their relations to Goldbach's problem
- Zeros and discrete value distribution of the Riemann zeta function and its derivatives

**Academic Activities**

**Papers**

**Presentations**

**Awards**

- Nagoya University Outstanding Graduate Student Award

Educational

**Educational Activities**

I am currently mainly teaching exercise classes for undergraduate math students. Since 2014, I also teach mathematics in English at Meiwa High School once per year.

I taught Multivariable Calculus as a part-time lecturer at Sophia University before entering Kyushu University.

I was actively involved in education as a teaching assistant and research assistant during graduate studies.

I also taught several catch-up classes in undergraduate and was a teaching assistant for Calculus and C Programming.

I taught Multivariable Calculus as a part-time lecturer at Sophia University before entering Kyushu University.

I was actively involved in education as a teaching assistant and research assistant during graduate studies.

I also taught several catch-up classes in undergraduate and was a teaching assistant for Calculus and C Programming.

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