Alexander Paulin 

Department of Mathematics
796 Evans Hall
University of California, Berkeley

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I am a Lecturer of Mathematics at UC Berkeley.

I'm from the Highlands of Scotland and have spent my whole adult life studying, researching and teaching Mathematics. After an undergraduate at Cambridge University, I did a PhD in Number Theory at Imperial College London, under the supervision of Kevin Buzzard. After that, I spent three years at UC Berkeley as a Morrey Assistant Professor, a year as a lecturer in Nottingham, and two years as a lecturer at King's College London.

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