Sieg received his PhD from the University of Rochester in 2017 and has held a postdoctoral position at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research interests are in analytic number theory, especially L-functions and connections to random matrix theory.
Alessandro Fazzari received his PhD at the University of Genova in Italy in 2021 under the supervision of Sandro Bettin and Jon Keating. He was then a postdoc at Charles University in Prague, as a part of UFOCLAN research group. Currently, he is a postdoc at AIM working on moments of L-functions.
David Nguyen received his PhD from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 2021 where his advisor was Professor Yitang Zhang. His research interests are in analytic/multiplicative number theory, particularly in gaps between primes, divisor sums, moments and ratios of L-functions, and their connections to random matrix theory and probability. At UCSB, he co-organized the Graduate Number Theory Seminar, the Directed Reading Program, and he also served as a mentor in the DRP working with students from underrepresented groups.