Career of a mathematician -- Bryden Cais
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Here is the resume of a math prodigy who was accepted at Harvard as a junior

Bryden R. Cais

Centre de Recherches Mathématiques 9/07-6/09

* CRM-ISM Postdoctoral fellow

McGill University Fall 07

* Instructor (Math 223)

Microsoft Research 6/05-9/05

* Research intern for the Theory Group
Worked with senior researcher Henry Cohn

University of Michigan Fall 03, 04

* Graduate Student Instructor (Math 115, 116)

Harvard University 2/99-12/02

* Course Assistant (Math 21a, 20)


University of Michigan 8/02-6/07

* Ph.D. in Number Theory, June 2007
* Compatibilities, correspondences, and integral structures in p-adic cohomology
Doctoral thesis supervised by Brian Conrad

Harvard University 9/98-6/02

* B.A. with honors in mathematics, June 2002.
* Riemann surfaces and modular function field extensions
Senior honors thesis supervised by Noam Elikis

Cape Henry Collegiate School 9/95-6/98

* Accepted to Harvard as a junior in high school; awarded honorary diploma


* CRM-ISM Postdocroral Fellowship 9/07-6/09
* Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship 9/06-6/07
* Algebraic Geometry Research training Grant 9/05-9/06
* Three Year VIGRE scholarship 9/02-9/05


* Microsoft Graduate Fellowship Program finalist 2005
* NSF Graduate Fellowship Honorable Mention 2004
* Distinction in Teaching, Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard 2001
* John Harvard Scholarship for academic achievement, 2000, 2001

To read about Bryden Cais in high school, go to page 6 of this pdf

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Authored by kidslike.editor on Jul 04, 2012.

Bryden Cais is now a professor at University of Arizona.