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Daniel Glasscock

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Dr. Daniel GlasscockAssistant Professor
  • College
    College of Sciences
  • Department
    Mathematical Science
  • Phone
    (978) 934-2710
  • Office
    Olney Hall - 428J
  • Email


  • Ph D: Mathematics, (2017), The Ohio State University - Columbus, Ohio
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: Algebraic, analytic, and geometric notions of largeness for subsets of Zd and their applications
  • MS: Applied Mathematics, (2011), Central European University - Budapest, Hungary
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: Sumset estimates in abelian groups
  • BA: Mathematics, (2005), Rice University - Houston, Texas

Selected Publications

  • Glasscock, D. (2019). A Khintchine-type theorem and solutions to linear equations in Piatetski-Shapiro sequences.
  • Glasscock, D., Koutsogiannis, A., Richter, F.K. (2019). Multiplicative combinatorial properties of return time sets in minimal dynamical systems. Discrete \& Continuous Dynamical Systems - A, 39(10) 5891.
  • Bergelson, V., Glasscock, D. (2019). On the interplay between notions of additive and multiplicative largeness and its combinatorial applications.
  • Bergelson, V., Glasscock, D. (2018). Multiplicative richness of additively large sets in Zd. J. Algebra, 503 67--103.
  • Fidler, J., Glasscock, D., Miceli, B., Pantone, J., Xu, M. (2018). Shift equivalence in the generalized factor order. Arch. Math. (Basel), 110(6) 539--547.
  • Glasscock, D. (2017). Algebraic, Analytic, and Geometric Notions of Largeness For Subsets of Zd and Their Applications (pp. 236). ProQuest LLC, Ann Arbor, MI
  • Glasscock, D. (2017). CP processes (14: pp. 2847-2905). Oberwolfach Rep
  • Glasscock, D. (2017). Solutions to certain linear equations in Piatetski-Shapiro sequences. Acta Arith., 177(1) 39--52.
  • Glasscock, D. (2016). Marstrand-type theorems for the counting and mass dimensions in Zd. Combin. Probab. Comput., 25(5) 700--743.
  • Glasscock, D. (2015). What is ... a graphon? Notices Amer. Math. Soc., 62(1) 46--48.