Maryam Khaqan

Photo taken in NYC, NY

I am a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Mathematics at Emory University. My advisor is John Duncan.

My research involves modular forms, mock modular forms, elliptic curves, and moonshine. I am more broadly interested in number theory, algebra, geometry, and mathematical physics.

I have an undergraduate degree in Physics (with a minor in Mathematics) from Lahore University of Management Sciences, in Lahore, Pakistan.

I enjoy teaching and spend a lot of time thinking about effective and inclusive teaching practices. I have earned two teaching fellowships during my time in graduate school. You can find details about the fellowships here.

In Spring 2021, Alexander Clifton and I are organizing a virtual seminar titled "What is... a seminar?" Please see the website for more information, and sign up to give a talk here.

My non-mathematical hobbies include photography and cooking.

Contact Information.

I can be reached at or My office is located in the Math & Science Center, W431.