I am a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Connecticut. My research interests are in number theory, primarily arithmetic statistics and number field counting. I completed my PhD under Nigel Boston at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2018.

I have recently accepted a position as an S.E. Warschawski Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of California-San Diego effective July 2020.

Email: brandon.alberts@uconn.edu

Office: Monteith 125

Office Hours: by appointment

Curriculum Vitae

Research Papers

The Weak Form of Malle’s Conjecture and Solvable Groups (arxiv preprint)

Research in Number Theory 6, 10 (2020) doi:10.1007/s40993-019-0185-7

Statistics of the First Galois Cohomology Group: A Refinement of Malle’s Conjecture (2019)

submitted for publication (arxiv preprint)

Certain Unramified Metabelian Extensions Using Lemmermeyer Factorizations (2017)

arxiv preprint

The distribution of $$H_8$$-extensions of quadratic fields (2016) joint with Jack Klys

to appear in IMRN (arxiv preprint)

Cohen-Lenstra Moments for Some Nonabelian Groups (2016)

submitted for publication (arxiv preprint)