University of Lethbridge
Mathematics and Computer Science Department
4401 University Drive
Lethbridge (Alberta) T1K 3M4
E-mail: habiba DOT kadiri AT uleth DOT ca
I am an assistant professor in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department at the University of Lethbridge.
My research activities fall in the domain of analytic number theory and more precisely the theory of L-functions and the distribution of primes.
I am part of the Lethbridge Number Theory Group.
Check our website for a description of our members and activities.
Supervision of Undergraduate and Graduate Students, and Postdocs.
To apply for MSc or PhD:
Step 1: You must find a potential supervisor before you apply.
To request my support, please send an e-mail to me containing:
- an unofficial transcript,
- a CV,
- English test results (if applicable),
- any papers you authored (if applicable).
Step 2: Once you receive confirmation that I endorse your application, please send your application to the School of Graduate Studies.
Math 3400 (Groups and Rings) and Math 3500 (Analysis).
Course material on Moodle.
List of former courses.
Alberta Number Theory Days - VIth meeting, April 19-20, 2014.
Canadian Number Theory Association XIIth meeting, June 17-22, 2012.
Alberta Number Theory Day, May 07, 2008.
Student seminar coordinator: