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Frank Garvan

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Frank Garvan (b. 1955 in Sydney, Australia) is a professor of mathematics at the University of Florida. He did his Masters degree with Mike Hirschhorn (University of New South Wales). He did postdocs with Dick Askey (University of Wisconsin), Dennis Stanton (University of Minnesota), John Loxton (Macquarie University), and Jon and Peter Borwein (Dalhousie University).

His research is in the areas of q-series and modular forms, and he enjoys using MAPLE in his research. He has written two books on MAPLE. He is managing editor of the Ramanujan Journal, a journal devoted to areas of mathematics influenced by Ramanujan.

In November 2015, Garvan was named Associate Editor of the following DLMF chapter