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Kieren James-Lubin

Office: 1006 Evans Hall
Email: ksjames[at]math[dot]berkeley[dot]edu

I am a third-year graduate student at UC-Berkeley, working in mathematical physics. My advisor is Nicolai Reshetikhin. I'm broadly interested in statistical mechanics. I focus on quantum many body systems, sampling methods and on applying some of the ideas of statistical mechanics to other fields. I passed my qualifying exam in April 2014.


Conference I'm co-chairing an upcoming O'Reilly Media Conference, called:

An O'Reilly Radar Summit: Bitcoin & the Blockchain Realities, Risks, Rewards

The one-day, one-track conference kicks off January 27th at Ft. Mason in San Francisco.

CCRG I'm directing a 501(c)3 research group focused on the academic study of Cryptocurrencies called the Cryptocurrency Research Group (CCRG). Stay tuned for news on the CCRG!

I have a blog with some informal (but technical) posts on Cryptocurrency stuff.


Classes and Seminars

Spring 2014: Fall 2013: Spring 2013: Fall 2012:


Spring 2014: Math 16B Calculus (Coward). Fall 2013: Math 53: Multivariable Calculus (Auroux).