# Michael Th. Rassias

I am currently a Latsis Foundation Senior Fellow at the University of Zürich (co-funded by the University of Zürich and the Latsis Foundation). Since September 1, 2015 I have been a researcher with teaching duties (I have also been Forschungskredit researcher for 2016-17) at the Institute of Mathematics of the University of Zürich and a visiting researcher at the Program in Interdisciplinary Studies of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.

During the academic year 2014-2015, I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Mathematics of Princeton University and the Department of Mathematics of ETH-Zürich, conducting research at Princeton with support granted from ETH-Zürich. While at Princeton, I collaborated with John F. Nash, Jr. for the preparation of the volume entitled “Open Problems in Mathematics”, Springer, 2016 (Notices, AMS / IAS / BBC Radio interview).

Since September 2017, I have been a member of the editorial board of the Newsletter of the European Mathematical Society in charge of the column *"Solved and Unsolved Problems"*. For the list of contributors of* *problems in this column (since September 2017) click here.

#### Education

I received my Ph.D. in Mathematics from ETH-Zürich in September 2014. Supervisors: Professor Emmanuel Kowalski and Professor Helmut Maier. Dissertation title: *Analytic investigation of cotangent sums related to the Riemann zeta function.*

I received my Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics (Part III of the Mathematical Tripos) from the University of Cambridge in July 2011.

I did my undergraduate studies in Greece at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens, obtaining a Diploma in March 2010.

#### Research Interests

My current research interests lie in mathematical analysis, analytic number theory and more specifically in exponential / trigonometric sums, zeta functions, the Riemann Hypothesis, approximation theory, functional equations and analytic inequalities.

My Erdős Number is 2 via Helmut Maier.

#### Citations

My h-index is 16