I was a graduate student at
Harvard university and
is Professor Mark Kisin. I am now a CLE Moore Instructor at MIT. My new website is here. My old email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) will soon be (or already is) dysfunctional, so please write to my mit address.
Department of Mathematics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
My research is in number theory. More specifically, I am interested in:
- Shimura varieties
- Arithmetic invariant theory and arithmetic statistics
- The Grothendieck-Katz p-curvature conjecture
- The p-curvature conjecture and monodromy about simple closed loops.
- 2-Selmer groups of hyperelliptic curves with two marked points.
- Unlikely intersections in finite characteristic.
With J. Tsimerman, arXiv:1610.03552.
- Serre-Tate theory for Shimura variaties of Hodge type.
With R. Zhou, preprint.
- The Hecke orbit conjecture for "modeles etranges".
Preprint available on request.