Tatsunari Watanabe

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Mathematics Department
College of Arts & Sciences

Office Hours

MWF: 10AM - 10:50AM, 12PM - 12:50PM, TTh: 11AM - 12PM, 2PM - 3PM

Areas of Expertise

Algebraic Geometry, Topology, Number Theory

Tatsunari Watanabe

Tatsunari Watanabe is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott. He helps students visualize and understand mathematical concepts so that they can apply the ideas outside the field of mathematics. Prior to coming to Embry-Riddle, he taught numerous math courses including calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations at Duke University and Purdue University. Watanabe holds a B.A. in Pure Mathematics from UC, Berkeley and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Duke University. 

Outside teaching and research, Watanabe enjoys playing soccer and outdoor activities such as hiking, river canoeing, and trail run. He is also the faculty advisor for the Club Soccer at the Prescott campus. 

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, Duke University
  • B.A. - Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, University of California-Berkeley
  • A.S. - Associate of Science in Mathematics, Foothill College

  • MA 242: Calculus & Analytical Geom II
  • MA 243: Calculus & Analytical Geom III
  • MA 443: Complex Variables
  • MA 345: Diff Equations & Matrix Method
  • MA 335: Intro Linear/Abstract Algebra
  • MA 441: Math Methods Engr & Physics I

  1. T. Watanabe, Remarks on rational points of universal curves. Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 148 (2020), 3761–3773.
  2. T. Watanabe, On the sections of universal hyperelliptic curves, J. Algebra, Volume 533 (2019), 44–89.
  3. T. Watanabe, Rational points of universal curves in positive characteristics, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 372 (2019), 7639–7676.
  4. T. Watanabe, On the completion of the mapping class group of genus two, J. Algebra, Volume 501 (2018), 303-327

  1. Golomb Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics,  Purdue University, 08/2015 – 05/2018

  1. AMS
  2. MAA