Bao V. Le Hung
Office: Ryerson 354

I am a L.E. Dickson Instructor at University of Chicago. Previously, I was a member at MSRI , and a graduate student at Harvard University under the supervison of Richard Taylor.
I am interested in Algebraic Number Theory, especially on various aspects of the Langlands Correspondence (global, mod p, padic,...) and related aspects in Modular Representation Theory and Geometric Representation Theory.
I have been particularly interested in the deformation theory of Galois representations, its global applications (such as automorphy lifting theorems, congruences between automorphic forms, the weight part of Serre's conjecture) and its role in the hypothetical padic local Langlands correspondence (such as the BreuilMezard conjecture, the moduli stack of padic Galois representations).
Here is my CV .
 Serre weights for three dimensional wildly ramified representations, in preparation (with D. Le, B. Levin and S. Morra).
 Weight elimination in Serre type conjectures, arxiv:1610.04819, 32 pages (with D. Le and B. Levin).
 Serre weight conjectures and Breuil's lattice conjecture in dimension three , arxiv:1608.06570, 102 pages (with D. Le, B. Levin and S. Morra).
 Potentially crystalline deformation rings and Serre weight conjectures: Shapes and Shadows , arxiv:1512.06380, 89 pages (with D. Le, B. Levin and S. Morra).
 Level raising mod 2 and arbitrary 2Selmer ranks , Compositio Mathematica, 152 (2016) no.8, 15761608 (with C. Li).
 On the image of complex conjugation in certain Galois representations , Compositio Mathematica, 152 (2016) no.7, 14761488 (with A. Caraiani).
 Elliptic curves over real quadratic fields are modular , Inventiones Mathematicae 201 (2015), 159206 (with N. Freitas and S. Siksek).
 Averarge size of 2Selmer groups of elliptic curves over function fields , Mathematical Research Letters 21 (2014) no.6, 13051339 (with Q.P. Ho and B.C. Ngo).