Dr. Nevins’ research is in algebra. Her particular interests include the structure and representation theory of algebraic groups over the p-adic numbers. She also explores applications to cryptography, particularly in the post-quantum context.
Current Students and Postdocs
Ekta Tiwari (PhD)
Serine Bairakji (PhD)
Laura Maddison (MSc)
- Lie Theory,
- Quantum Security via Algebras and Representation Theory (QUaSAR)
Peter Latham and Monica Nevins, "Restricting admissible representations to fixed-point subgroups," Communications in Algebra, 2023.
Peter Latham and Monica Nevins, "Typical representations via fixed point sets in Bruhat-Tits buildings," Representation Theory, 25 (2021), 1021-1048.
Hayley Tomkins, Monica Nevins and Hadi Salmasian, "New Zémor-Tillich Type Hash Functions Over GL(2,Fp^n)" Journal of Mathematical Cryptology, vol. 14, no. 1, 2020, pp. 236-253.