Jacqueline Warren
I am a Zuckerman Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Mathematics at Tel Aviv University, working with Barak Weiss.
I obtained my PhD from the University of California, San Diego in 2021, and my advisor was Amir Mohammadi. I completed my bachelor's degree in mathematics at the University of Victoria, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
My research interests include ergodic theory and dynamical systems, with a focus on infinite volume homogeneous dynamics and Diophantine approximation.
Contact information (beware the k instead of c below):
Email: jakqueline (at) mail (dot) tau (dot) ic (dot) il
Office: Schreiber 305
Preprints and publications:
 (with Nattalie Tamam) Distribution of orbits of geometrically finite groups acting on null vectors, preprint.
 (with Nattalie Tamam)
Effective equidistribution of horospherical flows in infinite volume rank one homogeneous spaces,
preprint.

On factor rigidity and joining classification for infinite volume rank one homogeneous spaces,
preprint.
 (with Marcelo Laca)
Phase transitions on C*algebras arising from number fields and the generalized Furstenberg conjecture,
J. Operator Theory, 83, Issue 1 (2020), p.7393.
 (with Gary MacGillivray)
Efficient total dominating sets in Cayley graphs, Utilitas Mathematica, Volume 94 (2014), p.347–359.
Video of a recent talk:
A link to a talk I gave in the UCSD Group Actions seminar on Oct. 27, 2020 may be found
here.
This page was last updated October 2021.