Julio Andrade is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow Institute at ICERM - Brown University for the academic year of 2012-2013.
Research Interests: Number Theory, Algebraic Geometry, Mathematical Physics, Random Matrix Theory and questions in Analysis motivated by number theory.
Welcome to my website. Here you can find a description of my
scientific work, research interests, information about my teaching and
articles. I am a mathematician by profession, specifically interested
in Number Theory. I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and I have spent
most of my life in the very nice countryside city of Itu in Sao Paulo. From 2008 to
2012 I lived in UK where I completed my PhD at University of Bristol
under the supervision of Jon
Keating and Nina
Snaith, but in September 2012 I moved to Brown University to work
as a Postdoctoral Institute Fellow at the ICERM.
My interests are very broad, extending from the highly mathematical to the deeply philosophical questions. My mathematical research interests are in Number Theory, Mathematical Physics and Random Matrix Theory. But also I like to ponder the big questions of existence: How did the universe begin? What is the destiny of mankind? Is there a meaning to the universe? What is the nature of the time? What is the origin of the physical laws, and why do they have the form that that they do?
My research and lecturing activities takes me to many places, which provides good opportunities for exotic and beautiful photographs.