Nick Lohr

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Me and my nephew (and godson)
Charles Dumais at his baptism.

Department of Mathematics
Northwestern University
B9 Lunt Hall
2033 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60201

(847) 467-6255
nlohr at math.northwestern.edu

I am a third year Ph.D. graduate student in math at Northwestern University. I received my MS in math in September 2020, and I received my BS in honors math with a minor in Actuarial Science from the University of Notre Dame in May 2019. Generally, my mathematical interests are in probability, Fourier analysis and complex analysis. Currently, I am studying the Wigner distribution of the eigenstate projectors of the harmonic oscillator and hydrogen atom. See more in the projects tab.

I have two older sisters, Emily Dumais and Meghan Jones, and one younger sister, Caroline Lohr. My mom, Kelly Lohr, is the best Kindergarten teacher in the world, and my dad, Brian Lohr, is the Director of Province Development for the Congregation of Holy Cross and consults in college advisory. Here is a pdf of our family cookbook.


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