I am Martin Raum, Associate Professor at Chalmers Technical University in Gothenburg, Sweden. Starting January 2016 I hold a Ungar Forskare grant by Vetenskapsrådet. From 2012 to 2014, I held an ETH Postdoctoral Fellowship, which was cofinanced by the Marie Curie Actions for People COFUND Program. I am former PhD student of Don B. Zagier at MPI for Mathematics in Bonn.
My major research interests are modular forms and their applications in mathematics and physics. More specifically, I am interested in
Some of my publications come along with software or data. See the download section.
Note that the versions of my paper on arXiv or HAL usually do not coincide with published revisions, if not indicated otherwise. For some journals, I strongly recommend to use arXiv version.
Hyper-Algebras of Vector-Values Modular Forms. SIGMA 14.108 (2018) HAL-01289143 (2016).
Indecomposable Harish-Chandra modules for Jacobi groups Contributions in Mathematical and Computational Sciences 10 (2017).
On Direct Integration for Mirror Curves of Genus Two and an Almost Mromorphic Siegel Modular Form. Joint with Albrecht Klemm, Maximilian Poretschkin, and Thorsten Schimannek. Commun. Number Theory Phys. 10.4 (2016). arXiv 1502.00557 (2015).
Almost holomorphic Poincare series corresponding to products of harmonic Siegel-Maass forms. Joint with Kathrin Bringmann and Olav Richter. Res. Math. Sci. 3.30 (2016). arXiv 1604.05105 (2016).
Harmonic Weak Siegel Maass Forms I. Int. Math. Res. Not. (2016) arXiv 1510.03342 (2015).
Products of Vector Valued Eisenstein Series. Forum Math. Ahead of print and arXiv 1411.3877 (2014).
Harmonic Maaß-Jacobi forms of degree 1 with higher rank indices. Joint with Charles Conley Int.\ J.\ Number Theory 12.07 (2016) and arXiv 1012.2897 (2010).
Computing Genus 1 Jacobi Forms. Math. Comp. 85 (2016) pp. 931-960 and arXiv 1212.1834 (2012).
Spans of special cycles of codimension less than 5. J. Reine Angew. Math. 718 (2016), pp. 39–57. and arXiv 1302.1451 (2013).
Sturm Bounds for Siegel Modular Forms. Joint with Olav Richter. Res. in Number Theory (2015) 1.5 and arXiv 1501.07733 (2015).
Kudla’s Modularity Conjecture and Formal Fourier-Jacobi Series. Joint with Jan Hendrik Bruinier. Forum Math. Pi 3 (2015), 30 pp. and arXiv 1409.4996 (2014).
Formal Fourier Jacobi Expansions and Special Cycles of Codimension Two. Compos. Math. 151.12 (2015) pp. 2187-2211 and arXiv 1302.0880 (2013).
The Structure of Siegel Modular Forms modulo p and U(p) Congruences. Joint with Olav Richter. Math. Res. Lett. 22.3 (2015), pp. 899-928 and arXiv 1312.559 (2013).
Harmonic Maass-Jacobi forms with singularities and a theta-like decomposition. Joint with Kathrin Bringmann and Olav Richter. Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 367.9 (2015), pp. 6647-6670 and arXiv 1207.5600 (2012).
H-harmonic Maass-Jacobi Forms of Degree 1: The Analytic Theory of Some Indefinite Theta Series. Res. Math. Sci. (2015) 2.12 and arXiv 1207.5603 (2012).
Holomorphic projections and Ramanujan’s mock theta functions. Joint with Ozlem Imamoglu and Olav Richter. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 111.11 (2014), pp. 3961-3967 and arXiv 1306.3919 (2013).
M24-twisted Product Expansions are Siegel Modular Forms. Commun. Number Theory Phys. 7.3 (2013) and arXiv 1208.3453 (2012).
Mock period functions, sesquiharmonic Maass forms, and non-critical values of L-functions. Joint with Kathrin Bringmann and Nikolaus Diamantis. Advances in Math. 233 (2013), pp. 115-134 and arXiv 1107.0573 (2011).
Computing Borcherds Products. Joint with Dominic Gehre and Judith Kreuzer. LMS J. Comput. Math. 16 (2013), pp. 200-215 and arXiv 1111.5574 (2011).
The functional equation of the twisted spinor L-function in genus 2. Joint with Aloys Krieg. Abh. Math. Semin. Univ. Hambg. 83.1 (2013), pp. 29-52 and arXiv 0907.2767 (2009).
Kohnen’s limit process for real-analytic Siegel modular forms. Joint with Kathrin Bringmann and Olav Richter. Advances in Math. 231 (2012), pp. 1100-1118 and arXiv 1105.5482 (2011).
How to implement a modular form. J. Symb. Comp. 46.12 (2011), pp. 1336-1354 and MPI Preprint 582312 (2010).
Hecke algebras related to the unimodular and modular groups over quadratic field extensions and quaternion algebras. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 139.4 (2011), pp. 1321-1331 and arXiv 0907.2766 (2009).
Efficiently generated spaces of classical Siegel modular forms and the Boecherer conjecture. J. Aust. Math. Soc. 89.3 (2010), pp. 393-405 and arXiv 1002.3883 (2010).
Hyperelliptic Curves over Small Finite Fields and GPU Accelerators arXiv 1805.11991 (2018).
Modular forms of virtually real-arithmetic type I. Joint with Michael Mertens. arXiv 1712.03004 (2017).
Indefinite Theta Series on Tetrahedral Cones. arXiv 1608.08874 (2016).
From Solutions of polynomial equations to the Langlands Program. Svenska Matematikersamfundet Bulletinen Okt 2018.
Harmonic weak Siegel Maass forms. Oberwolfach Reports 2016.23.
Analytic properties of some indefinite theta series. Oberwolfach Reports 2016.3.
Appendix to Pinched hypersurfaces contract to round points by M. Franzen. arXiv 1502.07908 (2015).
Symmetric Formal Fourier Jacobi Series and Kudla’s Conjecture. Oberwolfach Reports 2014.2.
Dual weights in the theory of harmonic Siegel modular forms. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Bonn (2012).
Konstanten der Arithmetik: Perioden und ihre Relationen. Joint with Sven Raum. Annual report of the Max Planck Society, MPI for Mathematics (2012).
HLinear. Github, https://github.com/martinra/hlinear (2015).
algebraic-structures. Github, https://github.com/martinra/algebraic-structures (2015).
Contributions to Sage. Sage Trac Server #19668, #14482, #13531, #11624, #11139, #10987, #10837, #8094, #7474, #6671, #6670, #6669, #5731, #4578..
Genus 1 Jacobi Forms. Sage Trac Server #16448 (2014).
Computation Jacobi Forms. Sage Extension in Purple Sage (2012).
Modular Forms Framework. Sage Extension in Purple Sage (2011).
Computation of Siegel Modular Forms of Genus 2. Joint with Alex Ghitza, Nathan Ryan, Nils-Peter Skoruppa, and Gonzalo Tornaría. Sage Extension in Purple Sage (2011).
HLinear: Exact Dense Linear Algebra in Haskell. Joint with Alexandru Ghitza. arXiv 1605.02532 (2016).
The manuscript describes a preliminary implementation of echelon normal forms in Haskell. The general critique has been that it is only superior to state-of-art C code for matrices with less than 20 rows. While I am convinced this can be mitigated, I can no longer justify the effort, after moving my modular forms computation from Haskell to Julia/Nemo.
Explicit computations of Siegel modular forms of degree two. Joint with Nathan Ryan and Gonzalo Tornaría. arXiv 1205.6255 (2012).
This manuscript was intended as a survey of ad-hoc constructions for Fourier expansions of Siegel modular forms in conjunction with an explanation of multiplication in rings of invariant Fourier expansions. While the latter was already achieved in my paper “How to implement a modular form”, the former suffered from irreconcilably different taste of the authors. This was also echoed by various referees.
Elementary divisor theory for the modular group over quadratic field extensions and quaternion algebras. arXiv 0907.2762 (2009).
This manuscript was intended as a companion paper to “Hecke algebras related to the unimodular and modular groups over quadratic field extensions and quaternion algebras”, summarizing some of the normal form theory needed in as explicit form as possible, following Siegel’s style. The theory was already developed in less explicit form by Shimura. This was repeatedly brought up against this manuscript. In this light, it seemed reasonable to no longer pursue its publication.
Caihua Luo. Starting Mar. 2019. Chalmers University of Technology.
Sebastián Herrero. 2016 - 2018. Chalmers University of Technology. Now professor at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso.
Tobias Magnusson. Started 2018. Co-advised with Anders Södergren. Chalmers University of Technology.
Jiacheng Xia. Started 2016. Co-advised with Dennis Eriksson. Chalmers University of Technology.
Manh Hung Tran. Started 2015. Co-advised with Dennis Eriksson. Former adviser was Per Sahlberger. Chalmers University of Technology.
Andreas Freh. Graduated 2017. Co-advised with Aloys Krieg. RWTH Aachen University.
I teach a course on High Performance Computing (TMA881, MMA620) during the 1st term 2018/19.
High Performance Computing. Lecture. Chalmers University of Technology, 2016/17, 4th Term.
Algebraic Number Theoary. Lecture. Chalmers University of Technology, 2016/17, 2th Term.
High Performance Computing. Lecture. Chalmers University of Technology, 2015/16, 4th Term.
Modular Forms and Generating Series. Lecture. Chalmers University of Technology, 2015/16, 2nd/3rd Term.
Jacobi Forms: Applications and Computations. Lecture. ETH Zurich, 2013, Winter Term.
Sage and Quaternion Modular Forms. Project group. RWTH Aachen University, 2011, Summer Term.
Sage and Quaternion Modular Forms. Seminar. RWTH Aachen University, 2010, Winter Term.
Autormorphic Forms for GL(2). Seminar. RWTH Aachen University, 2010, Summer Term.
Elliptic Curves and Applications to Crytography. Seminar. RWTH Aachen University, 2009, Winter Term.
Algebraic Number Theory II. Lecture as teaching assistent. RWTH Aachen University, 2009, Summer Term.
Algebraic Number Theory II. Lecture as regular substitute lecturer. RWTH Aachen University, 2009, Summer Term.
Algebraic Number Theory I. Lecture as teaching assistent. RWTH Aachen University, 2008, Winter Term.
The scripts to compute Hecke operators and to compute saturations.
The build script and the stack-yaml file.
cd haskell/hlinear
.stack ghci hlinear
to obtain a ghci instance with hlinear loaded.The Sage scripts used to compute Fourier expansions, and the resulting data.
The expansions of vector valued modular forms that I computed.
The Sage code used to compute the results, and the resuls in machine readable form.
A recent version of the modular forms framework, integrated into PSage, is available on GitHub. It does not, however, include all available implementations. PSage by now is dead. The modular forms framework does not compile with recent Sage anymore.
Example code and results that was used in this publication. Use my hermitian branch of Purple Sage.
Sage files containing the computer assisted proofs.
My office is in
My post address is
You can send me an e-mail at raum@chalmers.se.