Nathan NgUniversity of Lethbridge 

I am a professor and the PIMS site director at the University of Lethbridge. Here is some further information on my
career history .
My area of research is analytic number theory. I am interested in the Riemann zeta function, Lfunctions, prime numbers, and a variety of problems in multiplicative number theory. My Ph.D. thesis, Limiting Distributions and Zeros of Artin Lfunctions, studied the finer behaviour of the summatory function of the Mobius function and Chebyshev's bias in Galois groups. Some research topics I work on include: mean values of Lfunctions, nonvanishing of Lfunctions, sums over the zeros of the zeta function, gaps between zeros of the zeta function, mean value estimates for Dirichlet polynomials, convolution sums of arithmetic functions, and various questions concerning distribution functions of number theoretic functions. Recently, I have been interested in questions concerning simple zeros of Lfunctions and linear combinations of zeros of Lfunctions. For more information please see my research page .
Our department has a very active Number Theory Group. Students interested in doing a Masters or Ph.D. in number theory should contact me directly.
For Spring 2020 I am teaching Math 2560 (Calculus 2) and Math 3500 (Real Analysis).
I am an organizer of the Lethbridge Number Theory and Combinatorics seminar .
I organized the joint OttawaCarleton Number Theory seminar in Fall 2005 Spring 2006, Fall 2006Spring 2007 , and Fall 2007 .
In 20032004 I was an organizer of the Analytic Number Theory Seminar , at the Université de Montréal.
I coorganized Canadian Number Theory Association meeting XII. This will be taking place at the University of Lethbridge from June 1722, 2012.
I coorganized Number theory day in Lethbridge This conference took place at the University of Lethbridge on May 7, 2008.
I organized a summer school on Analytic number theory and Diophantine approximation with Damien Roy. It was held in Ottawa, Ontario from June 30  July 11, 2008.