# Kiran Sridhara Kedlaya

Professor of Mathematics

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 (but email is preferred)

fax: (1) 858-534-5273

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

social media: none, unless you count GitHub or CoCalc.

Warning: my response time to non-urgent emails varies exponentially with the time needed to compose the response.

- Notes for potential students
- Questions of interest
- Recommendation letters
- The Nonarchimedean Scottish Book
- Job postings in arithmetic geometry

At the moment, I am generally unable to accept requests to review manuscripts or grant proposals, or to write post-tenure recommendation letters.

## News (see also past news)

The Clay Mathematics Institute called to say that I was PROBABLY going to receive a Millennium Prize, but that I would have to prove the Riemann Hypothesis and agree to a major photo shoot. I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway! (26 Nov 17)

The Simons Foundation has released a new video about the BEAM program. BEAM will be expanding from New York to Los Angeles in 2018. (14 Nov 17)

The Simons Foundation has announced a Simons Collaboration on Arithmetic Geometry, Number Theory and Computation. This includes some job openings at Boston University, Brown/ICERM, Dartmouth, Harvard, and MIT. (14 Jul 17; updated 8 Aug 17, 25 Aug 17, 22 Sep 17)

This is me looking puzzled at the National Puzzlers' League convention in Boston. (8 Jul 17)

## Fast facts (see also my CV)

**Teaching** (see also my past courses):

- fall 2017: Math 100A: Abstract Algebra I.
- winter 2018: Math 100B: Abstract Algebra II and Math 157: Intro to Mathematical Software.
- spring 2018: Math 100C: Abstract Algebra III (no page yet).

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

**Editorial boards**: Algebra and Number Theory,
Nagoya Mathematical Journal.
Also the L-Functions and Modular Forms Database.

**Boards of directors**:
Art
of Problem Solving Initiative (this includes governance of
BEAM: Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics),
Pro Mathematica Arte (this includes governance of
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics
and
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education).

**Current grants**:
NSF grant DMS-1501214 (sole PI); NSF RTG grant DMS-1502651 (co-PI).
I am also an advisory board member for the UTMOST Project (concerning open-source mathematics textbooks)
and the Southwest Center for Arithmetic Geometry (which includes the Arizona Winter School),
and an associated scientist of the Simons Collaboration on Arithmetic Geometry, Number Theory and Computation.

**Other**: I am an active user and developer of the Sage
open-source computer algebra system, both as a standalone application and via the CoCalc (formerly SageMathCloud) web portal.
I am a curator for MathMeetings,
from which my conference list in arithmetic geometry is now derived.
While I do maintain the Putnam Archive,
I am *not* the coordinator for the Putnam exam at UCSD; that would be
Daniel Kane.

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