Curriculum Vitae: Kiran Sridhara Kedlaya
All chronological lists sorted in reverse order; when an item corresponds to multiple dates, I sort using the most recent start date (and in case of a tie, the most recent end date, and in case of a further tie, alphabetically).
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This file last modified Monday, 13-Aug-2018 00:35:11 EDT.
Contents
The following are not included because they occur elsewhere on my web site: contact information, list of publications and preprints, talks given, advised projects.Employment and education
Education
Ph.D. | Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Mathematics), 2000. |
Visiting student, University of California, Berkeley, fall 1997. | |
M.A. | Princeton University (Mathematics), 1997. |
A.B. | Harvard University (Mathematics and Physics), 1996. |
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, spring 1994. |
Principal employment
University of California, San Diego | 2011-current: Professor. |
2009-2011: Associate Professor. | |
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | 2009-2012: Associate Professor (with tenure). |
2007-2009: Associate Professor (without tenure). | |
2003-2007: Assistant Professor. | |
Institute of Advanced Study | 2003 (fall): postdoctoral member. |
University of California, Berkeley | 2001 (fall)-2002 (fall): Visiting Assistant Professor. |
National Science Foundation | 2000-2003: Postdoctoral Fellow. |
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute | 2000 (fall): postdoctoral fellow (non-stipendiary; program: Algorithmic Number Theory). |
Other employments
Includes visiting positions, summer positions, and consulting arrangements.Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (Providence) | Organizer of semester program "Computational aspects of the Langlands program", fall 2015. |
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (Berkeley) | Research professor (in program "New geometric methods in number theory and automorphic forms"), fall 2014; research member (in program "Arithmetic statistics"), spring 2011. |
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (Los Angeles) | Senior participant (in program "Algebraic techniques for combinatorial and computational geometry"), spring 2014. |
Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton) | Research member, fall 2009-spring 2010. |
Université de Rennes, 1 | Professeur invité, May-June 2002, June 2003. |
Clay Mathematics Institute | Liftoffs fellow, 2000. |
Center for Communications Research | SCAMP researcher (summer), 1996, 1998; adjunct researcher (consultant), 1996-present. |
AT&T Labs Research | Summer intern, 1997. |
National Security Agency | Director's Summer Program, 1995. |
University of Minnesota, Duluth | Summer research program (REU), 1994. |
Center for Computing Sciences | Summer intern, 1992, 1993, 1994. |
Grants and honors
Grants and fellowships
NSF grant "Nonarchimean Analysis, Geometry, and Computation", 2018-2021 (DMS-1802161).Simons Collaboration: Arithmetic Geometry, Number Theory, and Computation, 2017-2021 (associated scientist; lead PI Brendan Hassett).
NSF grant "UTMOST: Undergraduate Teaching in Mathematics with Open Software and Textbooks", 2016-2018 (DMS-1626455 et al.; advisory board; lead PI Robert Beezer).
NSF grant "RTG: Research Training Group in Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, and Number Theory", 2015-2020 (DMS-1502651; co-PI; lead PI Elham Izadi).
NSF grant "Arizona Winter School in Arithmetic Geometry", 2015-2018 (DMS-1504537; advisory board; lead PI Bryden Cais).
NSF grant "Applications and extensions of p-adic Hodge theory", 2015-2018 (DMS-1501214).
Guggenheim Fellowship, 2015.
Clay Math Institute Research Scholarship, 2013-2014.
NSF grant "Southwest Center for Arithmetic Geometry", 2013-2016 (DMS-1161523; advisory board; lead PI Romyar Sharifi).
Grants for ANTS-X (Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium): NSF, DMS-1156412; NSA, H98230-12-1-0280; Microsoft Research; Number Theory Foundation.
NSF grant "Computational methods in arithmetic geometry", 2011-2014 (DMS-1115455; nominal lead PI, co-PI Andrew Sutherland).
NSF grant "Between ordinary and p-adic Hodge theory", 2011-2014 (DMS-1101343).
NSF CCLI Type 2 grant "UTMOST: Undergraduate Teaching in Mathematics with Open Software and Textbooks", 2010-2013 (DUE-1022574).
UC San Diego Warschawski endowed chair, 2009-2019.
DARPA grant "Absolute algebraic geometry, arithmetic cohomology, and the Riemann hypothesis", 2009-2014 (HR0011-09-1-0048).
Cecil and Ida Green Career Development Professorship (MIT), 2008-2011.
NEC Research Support Fund (MIT), 2008.
Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, 2006-2008.
NSF Faculty Early Career (CAREER) grant "Cohomological methods in algebraic geometry and number theory", 2006-2011 (DMS-0545904).
NSF continuing grant "p-adic cohomology and applications", 2004-2007 (DMS-0400727).
NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, 2000-2003 (DMS-0071597).
Clay Mathematics Institute Liftoffs fellowship, 2000.
National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate fellowship, 1996-1999.
Hertz Foundation research grant, 1996-1997.
Other awards and honors
AMS Fellow, 2012.Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), 2006.
Sigma Xi: elected, 2000.
MIT Dept. of Mathematics: Charles W. and Jennifer C. Johnson Prize (co-winner), 2000.
ACM Collegiate Programming Competition: 2nd place team, 1996; 4th place team, 1995.
Putnam Fellow, 1993, 1994, 1995.
Phi Beta Kappa: elected, fall 1995.
Morgan Prize for undergraduate research: honorable mention, 1995.
USA Mathematical Olympiad: 1st place, 1990, 1992; 3rd place, 1991.
International Mathematical Olympiad: gold medal, 1990, 1992; silver medal, 1991.
Westinghouse (now Intel) Science Talent Search: finalist, 1992.
Professional service
Seminars and other departmental activities
Course assignments (UCSD) | Area coordinator (algebra/number theory), 2014-16, 2017-18. |
Qualifying Exam and Appeals Committee (UCSD) | Member, 2014-16. |
Qualifying Exam Syllabus Committee (UCSD) | Member, 2013-14. |
Hiring committee (UCSD) | Member, 2012-2013, 2016-2017; chair, 2013-2014. |
Graduate admissions (MIT) | Evaluated department applicants: 2004-2007. |
Joint Mathematics Colloquium (Harvard, MIT, Brandeis, Northeastern) | MIT organizer, 2005-2006 (with Jason Starr), 2006-2009 (with Denis Auroux). |
Harvard-MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar | MIT organizer, 2005-2006 (with Jason Starr), 2006-2007 (with Izzet Coskun), 2007-2009 (with James McKernan). |
MIT Number Theory Seminar | Founder and organizer (with Ben Brubaker), 2007-2009. |
MIT STAGE (Seminar on Topics in Arithmetic, Geometry, etc.) | Founder and organizer, 2004-2009. |
MIT BAGS (Baby Algebraic Geometry Seminar) | Founder and organizer (with Ravi Vakil), 1999-2000. |
Putnam competition at MIT | MIT co-organizer (with Hartley Rogers and Richard Stanley), 2007-2009 (and before that unofficially). |
Editorial and review activities
Algebra and Number Theory | Editorial board member, 2015-present. |
American Mathematical Monthly | Problems section, collaborating editor, 1999-2005. |
Boston University | Mathematics department external review committee, 2013. |
International Mathematics Research Notices | Corresponding editor, 2004-2015. |
L-functions and Modular Forms Database | Managing editor, 2012-present. |
Mathematical Association of America | Problem Books series, American Mathematics Competitions subseries, editorial board, 2004-2007. |
Nagoya Mathematical Journal | Associate editor, 2014-2015; editor (full member of editorial board), 2016-present. |
refereeing (journals) | Refereed articles for Amer. Math. Monthly, Annals of Math., Asian J. Math., Bull. Soc. Math. France, Comment. Math. Helvet., Compos. Math., Doc. Math., Duke Math. J., Exper. Math., Fibon. Quart., Found. Comp. Math., Indag. Math., Intl. Math. Res. Notices, J. Combin. Th. Ser. A, J. Graph Th., J. Number Th., J. reine angew. Math., Lin. Alg. and Appl., Math. Annalen, Math. Comp., Math. Mag., Proc. London Math. Soc. |
refereeing (conference proceedings) | Refereed articles for conferences ANTS V, ANTS VI, ANTS X, ANTS XI. |
reviewing (books) | Reviewed books for Birkhäuser/Springer. |
reviewing (grants) | Reviewed proposals for National Security Agency. |
thesis committees as external member |
2018 (estimated): habilitation of Veronika Ertl (Regensburg).
2017: dissertation of Harpreet Bedi (George Washington U.). 2015: dissertation of Tristan Vaccon (Rennes). 2015: dissertation of Franziska Wutz (Regensburg). 2014: habilitation of Andrea Pulita (Montpellier). 2013: habilitation of Jérôme Poineau (Strasbourg). 2013: dissertation of Robert Burko (Toronto). 2012: dissertation of Jérémy Le Borgne (Paris). 2008: habilitation of Daniel Caro (Paris). 2007: dissertation of Makis Dousmanis (Brandeis). |
Organization of conferences/meetings/workshops
University of Arizona | Organizer of Arizona Winter School on "Topology and Arithmetic", 2019 (with Hang Xue and David Zureick-Brown). |
Organizer of Arizona Winter School on "Perfectoid Spaces", 2017 (with Bryden Cais). | |
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro | Organizer of conference "2018 ICM satellite conference in Number Theory", 2018 (with Henri Darmon, Fred Diamond, Aftab Pande, Richard Taylor, Marie-France Vigneras). |
University of Vermont | Organizer of conference "Witt Vectors, Deformations, and Absolute Geometry", 2018 (with Taylor Dupuy, Lars Hesselholt, Thomas Scanlon, Christelle Vincent). |
Université de Caen | Scientific committee of conference "Journées Arithmétiques", 2017 (with Hélène Esnault, David Harari, Michael Harris, Kaisa Matomäki, Philippe Michel, Hee Oh, Jonathan Pila, Jérôme Poineau, Tamar Ziegler). |
Banff International Research Station | Organizer of workshop "p-adic Cohomology and Arithmetic Applications", 2017 (with Tomoyuki Abe, Ambrus Pál, Christopher Lazda). |
Organizer of workshop "Arithmetic Aspects of Explicit Moduli Problems", 2017 (with Nils Bruin, Samir Siksek, John Voight). | |
MFO (Oberwolfach) | Organizer of graduate seminar "Perfectoid spaces", 2016 (with Rebecca Bellovin, Brian Conrad, Jared Weinstein). |
UC San Diego | Organizer of Southern California Number Theory Day, 2011, 2012, 2015-2017 (with Alina Bucur, Daniel Kane, Cristian Popescu, Claus Sorensen). |
Organizer of conference "Stark's Conjectures and Related Topics", 2013 (with Alina Bucur, Cristian Popescu). | |
Principal organizer of conference ANTS X (Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium), 2012. This included both local arrangements and chairing the program committee. | |
Organizer of workshop "p-adics in Sage" (Sage Days 36), 2012 (with David Roe, William Stein). | |
ICERM | Organizer of semester program "Computational Aspects of the Langlands Program", 2015 (with Alina Bucur, Brian Conrey, David Farmer, John Jones, Michael Rubinstein, Holly Swisher, John Voight). |
Organizer of workshop "Modular Forms and Curves of Low Genus: Computational Aspects", 2015 (with John Cremona, Kristin Lauter, Ralf Schmidt, Joseph Silverman). | |
American Mathematical Society | Session organizer, Summer Research Institute in Algebraic Geometry, 2015. |
Special session organizer, Joint Meetings, 2013 (with Alina Bucur). | |
Session organizer, Summer Research Institute in Algebraic Geometry, 2005. | |
University of California, Berkeley | Organizer of conference "p-adic methods in number theory: A Conference Inspired by the Mathematics of Robert Coleman", 2015 (with Matt Baker, Emiliano Gomez, Ken McMurdy, Ken Ribet, Richard Taylor, and Annette Werner). |
Organizer of conference "Witt vectors and differential algebra", 2015 (with Jim Borger, Taylor Dupuy, and Tom Scanlon). | |
University of Washington | Organizer of conference "Sage Education Days", 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014. |
University of New Mexico | Organizer of conference "Witt vectors in arithmetic, geometry, and topology", 2012 (with Jim Borger, Alexandru Buium, Lars Hesselholt, Lance Miller). |
Nagoya University | Organizer of workshop "Witt vectors, foliations, and absolute de Rham cohomology", 2010 (with James Borger, Lars Hesselholt). |
Centre de Recherches Mathématiques (Montréal) | Organizer of workshop "Counting Points: Theory, Algorithms, and Practice", 2010 (with Jean-François Mestre). |
Oxford University | Organizer of workshop "Effective methods in p-adic cohomology", 2010 (with Alan Lauder). |
Clay Mathematics Institute | Organizer for workshop "Computations related to the Birch-Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture" (Sage Days 18), 2009 (with Craig Citro, Barry Mazur, William Stein). |
Organizer for workshop "Computational Arithmetic Geometry" (SAGE Days 5), 2007 (with William Stein). | |
American Institute of Mathematics | Organizer for workshop "L-functions and modular forms", 2007 (with Michael Rubinstein, Nathan Ryan, Nils-Peter Skoruppa, and William Stein). |
Organizer for workshop "p-adic representations, modularity, and beyond", 2006 (with David Savitt). | |
Mathematical Association of America | 2006 Joint Meetings program committee, 2004-2005. |
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics | 2005 reunion conference program committee, 2004-2005. |
IMO 2001 USA | Executive Committee member-at-large, 1998-2002. Also served as Assistant Chief Coordinator, and as a member of the Problem Committee. |
Other committees, boards, panels
Art of Problem Solving Initiative | Board of Directors member, 2004-present. (This includes governance of Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics.) |
Cogito.org (JHU-CTY) | Advisory Board member, 2005-2007. |
Committee on the American Mathematics Competitions (MAA) | AMS representative to the CAMC, 2007-2010. |
USAMO Subcommittee, 1998-2001, 2005-2008, 2015-2017. | |
Advisory Panel (as USAMO contributor), 1994-1997, 2002-2004. | |
USA IMO team deputy leader, 1996, 1999. | |
National Science Foundation | Grant review panelist: 2007, 2009, 2011, 2016. |
Pro Mathematica Arte | Board of Directors: 2013-present; Chair, 2018-present. (This includes governance of Budapest Semesters in Mathematics and Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education.) |
Other service activities
AwesomeMath (summer program) | Guest lecturer, 2006. |
Bay Area Math Adventures | Guest lecturer, 2012. |
Berkeley Math Circle | Instructor, 2000-2003. Also contributed to Bay Area Math Olympiad. |
Canada/USA Mathcamp | Guest lecturer, several occasions (most recent: 2012). |
International Science and Engineering Fair | Mathematics judge, 2001. |
Advising/mentoring
Postdoctoral level (mentoring)
UCSD | 2015-18: Anne Toulson Carter |
MSRI | fall 2014: Hansheng Diao |
MIT | 2007-10: Junecue Suh |
Graduate level (advising)
PhD theses |
in progress: Peter Wear, Zonglin Jiang (both UCSD) 2016: Shaunak Das (UCSD), "Vector bundles on perfectoid spaces" 2014: Ryan Rodriguez (UCSD), "Preperfectoid algebras" 2011: Jennifer Balakrishnan (MIT), "Coleman integration for hyperelliptic curves: algorithms and applications" 2009: Christopher Davis (MIT), "The overconvergent de Rham-Witt complex" 2009: Liang Xiao (MIT), "Nonarchimedean differential modules and ramification theory" 2008: Ruochuan Liu (MIT), "On the slope filtration of phi-modules over the Robba ring" |
Visiting students | 2005-6: Christian Kappen (Münster) |
Post-candidacy registration advising | 2011: Fucheng Tan (MIT) |
Undergraduate level or lower
MIT academic advising | 2007-2009 |
Undergraduate thesis |
spring 2006: Steven Sivek (computer science,
joint with William Stein) |
MIT UROP (undergrad research) |
summer 2009: Krishanu Sankar
summer 2008: Hansheng Diao, Philip Tynan winter 2008: Hansheng Diao fall 2007: Xuancheng Shao summer 2006: Anand Deopurkar; Daniel Gulotta spring 2006: Andre Wibisono; Po-Ning Chen summer 2005: Tim Abbott, David Roe spring 2005: Kyungmin Kim spring 2004: Punya Biswal |
MIT RSI/SPUR |
Provided problems for high school/undergraduate research: 2006, 2007. Judged SPUR final presentations: 2006. |
PROMYS-CMI Research Labs | Served as a mentor (provider/supporter of a research problem): 2006. |
Other | Provided problems to Joe Gallian's REU. |
Projects supported
Via NSF grant DMS-0400727:- Harvard-MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar, 2006-2007 academic year.
- The Teacher's Circle, 2006-2007 academic year.
Miscellaneous
Coauthors
Tim Abbott, Jeffrey Achter, Annie Carter, Jennifer Balakrishnan, Grzegorz Banaszak, Manjul Bhargava, Robert Bradshaw, Alina Bucur, Joe Buhler, Paul-Jean Cahen, Jean-Luc Chabert, Edgar Costa, Chris Davis, Vladimir Drinfeld, Daniel Erman, Francesc Fité, Daniel Gulotta, Robert Guralnick, David Harvey, David Hansen, Minhyong Kim, Ruochuan Liu, Anna Medvedovsky, Lenny Ng, Jay Pottharst, Bjorn Poonen, Jim Propp, David Roe, Víctor Rotger, Fernando Xuancheng Shao, Andrew Sutherland, Michael Temkin, Jan Tuitman, Philip Tynan, Chris Umans, Ravi Vakil, Melanie Matchett Wood, Liang Xiao, Sergey Yekhanin, Gergely Zábrádi, David Zureick-Brown.Software contributions
I have contributed various bits of code to the Sage computer algebra project. Sage is open-source, all contributions are peer-reviewed, and the review process is documented on Sage's trac server.
I am a contributor to the L-Functions and Modular Forms Database project (LMFDB).
Competition problems
I am the proposer of the following competition problems.- From the USA Mathematical Olympiad: 1993/2, 1994/5, 1996/4, 1997/2, 1997/3, 1998/6, 1999/1, 2000/5, 2001/1, 2002/6, 2004/2 (with Lenny Ng), 2005/5, 2006/1, 2007/6 (with Sungyoon Kim), 2008/5, 2009/2, 2010/2 (with David Speyer and Travis Schedler), 2016/2.
- From the Putnam Competition: 2014/A2, 2014/B4 (with David Speyer), 2014/B6.
- From the USA IMO Team Selection Test: 2000/3, 2000/5, 2002/2, 2002/4 (with David Savitt), 2004/6 (with Daniel Kane), 2005/5, 2007/2, 2009/8.
- From the IMO short lists: 2003/A1 (with Amit Khetan).
- From the Bay Area Math Olympiad: 2002/5.