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According to Wikipedia, Kaisa Sofia Matomäki is a Finnish mathematician specializing in number theory. Since September 2015, she has been working as an Academic Research Fellow in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Turku, Turku, Finland. Her research includes results on the distribution of multiplicative functions over short intervals of numbers; for instance, she showed that the values of the Möbius function are evenly divided between +1 and −1 over short intervals. These results, in turn, were among the tools used by Terence Tao to prove the Erdős discrepancy problem.

- On signs of Fourier coefficients of cusp forms (2011) (87)
- The distribution of αp modulo one (2009) (80)
- On the exceptional set in Goldbach’s problem in short intervals (2008) (37)
- SIGN PATTERNS OF THE LIOUVILLE AND MÖBIUS FUNCTIONS (2015) (32)
- Sign changes of Hecke eigenvalues (2014) (31)
- Correlations of the von Mangoldt and higher divisor functions I. Long shift ranges (2017) (29)
- Correlations of the von Mangoldt and higher divisor functions II: divisor correlations in short ranges (2017) (24)
- CARMICHAEL NUMBERS IN ARITHMETIC PROGRESSIONS (2013) (23)
- LARGE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CONSECUTIVE PRIMES (2007) (22)
- Vinogradov's theorem with almost equal summands (2016) (22)
- Vinogradov’s three primes theorem with almost twin primes (2015) (20)
- A note on primes of the form $p=aq^2+1$ (2009) (20)
- DIOPHANTINE APPROXIMATION BY PRIMES (2009) (18)
- A Bombieri–Vinogradov type exponential sum result with applications (2009) (18)
- Fourier uniformity of bounded multiplicative functions in short intervals on average (2018) (15)
- On the variance of squarefree integers in short intervals and arithmetic progressions (2020) (13)
- A note on signs of Kloosterman sums (2011) (13)
- The binary Goldbach problem with one prime of the form p = k 2 + l 2 + 1 (2008) (10)
- Prime-representing functions (2010) (9)
- On the Möbius function in all short intervals (2019) (9)
- Real zeros of holomorphic Hecke cusp forms and sieving short intervals (2016) (8)
- ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF -FREE NUMBERS AND NON-VANISHING FOURIER COEFFICIENTS OF CUSP FORMS (2012) (8)
- Prime numbers of the form p=m^2+n^2+1 in short intervals (2007) (7)
- Sums of positive density subsets of the primes (2013) (6)
- A NOTE ON SMOOTH NUMBERS IN SHORT INTERVALS (2010) (6)
- Fourier uniformity of bounded multiplicative functions in short intervals on average (2019) (5)
- On the greatest prime factor of ab + 1 (2009) (5)
- Formulas for the number of gridlines (2011) (4)
- Zeros of Modular Forms in Thin Sets and Effective Quantum Unique Ergodicity (2015) (4)
- Another note on smooth numbers in short intervals (2016) (4)
- MULTIPLICATIVE FUNCTIONS IN SHORT INTERVALS, AND CORRELATIONS OF MULTIPLICATIVE FUNCTIONS (2019) (3)
- A new geometric approach to Sturmian words (2012) (2)
- When the sieve works II (2015) (2)
- On sumsets of multisets in Z mp (2013) (2)
- Sign changes of Hecke eigenvalues (2015) (2)
- Correction to: Fourier uniformity of bounded multiplicative functions in short intervals on average (2019) (2)
- Some problems of analytic number theory on arithmetic semigroups (2008) (2)
- ON SUMSETS OF MULTISETS IN Zp (2013) (2)
- On Sumsets of Multisets in ℤpm (2013) (1)
- A NOTE ON THE SUM OF THE FIRST n PRIMES (2010) (1)
- Mathematics People (2023) (0)
- Correction to: Fourier uniformity of bounded multiplicative functions in short intervals on average (2019) (0)
- Almost primes in almost all very short intervals (2022) (0)
- On Sumsets of Multisets in ℤ p m . (2013) (0)
- Multiplicative Functions in Short Intervals, with Applications (2020) (0)
- On the variance of squarefree integers in short intervals and arithmetic progressions (2021) (0)
- Correlations of the von Mangoldt and higher divisor functions II: divisor correlations in short ranges (2019) (0)
- N T ] 1 9 O ct 2 01 5 WHEN THE SIEVE WORKS (2015) (0)
- Mini-Workshop: Interplay between Number Theory and Analysis for Dirichlet Series (2018) (0)

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