# Kiran Sridhara Kedlaya

Stefan E. Warschawski Chair in Mathematics

Department of Mathematics, Room 7202

University of California, San Diego

9500 Gilman Drive #0112

La Jolla, CA 92093-0112

phone: (1) 858-534-2629

fax: (1) 858-534-5273

email: kedlaya[at]ucsd[dot]edu (public key)

social media: none. If you find an account, that's not me!

## News (see also past news)

The next Arizona Winter School, to be held March 11-15, 2017, will be on the topic of perfectoid spaces. The deadline to apply for funding has passed, but please register if you are planning to attend. Registration will close December 9; due to unprecedented interest in this AWS, we cannot guarantee your ability to participate if you do not register in time! (16 Nov 16)

The UTMOST (Undergraduate Teaching in Mathematics with Open Software and Textbooks) project has been funded by NSF for another 2 years. The project website will be updated soon. (21 Sep 16)

Newly posted on my preprints page: two joint works with Ruochuan Liu, a slight pre-arXiv update to "Relative p-adic Hodge theory, 2" and the first version of our preprint on cohomology of *p*-adic local systems. (25 Aug 16)

To my funded colleagues: if you use Sage as much as (or more than) I do, I propose that you do what I did: get a professional membership to SageMathCloud as a way to promote further Sage development. (24 Apr 16)

The "Conferences" link at left has been updated. Instead of pointing to my old conference wiki, it now points to my front end to the MathMeetings database. MathMeetings can accommodate conference listings while allowing filtering by arXiv subject codes; for example, my front end filters for algebraic geometry and/or number theory. Also, entries can be added by any user (and then updated), reducing moderator bottleneck. I am planning to stop maintaining the conference wiki (except for rumors) by the end of 2016. (16 Mar 16; modified 9 Apr 16)

## Fast facts (see also my CV)

Teaching: none during fall 2016, but I will be in residence except when traveling. During winter 2016, I will be teaching Math 152: Intro to Mathematical Software and Math 204B: Number Theory. See my past courses.

Research areas: number theory, arithmetic algebraic geometry.
Specialties: *p*-adic analytic methods in arithmetic geometry,
*p*-adic Hodge theory, algorithms in arithmetic geometry,
interactions between arithmetic geometry and computer science.

Editorial activity: Algebra and Number Theory, Nagoya Mathematical Journal, L-Functions and Modular Forms Database. Note that I am no longer an editor for International Mathematics Research Notices.

Directorial activity: USA Mathematical Olympiad committee, Art of Problem Solving Foundation board of directors (this includes governance of BEAM: Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics), Pro Mathematica Arte board of directors (this includes governance of Budapest Semesters in Mathematics and Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education).

Current grants: NSF grant DMS-1501214. I recently completed a Guggenheim Fellowship.

Other: I am an active user and developer of the Sage open-source computer algebra system, both as a standalone application and via the SageMathCloud web portal.

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