Sean Howe. seanpkh AT gmail DOT com. My CV.
A non-trivial (follow the orange line!) monodromy of the 27 lines on a cubic surface coming from a symmetry of the Clebsch cubic.
Who are you, anyway?
I am a fifth year (2016-2017) PhD student in mathematics at the University of
Chicago; my advisor is Matt Emerton. In July 2012 I received a joint master degree from Leiden University
and Universite Paris-Sud 11 through the ALGANT integrated masters course.
My CV.
E-mail: seanpkh AT gmail DOT com.
Office: TAAC 27.
(This is me in September 2016 on Maui. Unfortunately, you're more likely to find me in my office.)
What's your deal?
I am interested in arithmetic geometry, algebraic geometry, and number theory. My main areas of research are
In the past (and maybe again in the future!) I've also worked on
- problems of unlikely intersection.
- isoperimetric problems.
What are you working on now?
p-adic automorphic forms and the p-adic geometry of Shimura varieties
papers/preprints
slides
arithmetic statistics and representation stability
papers/preprints
- Motivic random variable and representation stability II: Hypersurface sections. arXiv:1610.05720
- Motivic random variable and representation stability I: Configuration Spaces. arXiv:1610.05723
slides
What else have you done?
Links to seminars/reading groups:
Spring 2015 No Theory Seminar
Winter 2015 No Theory Seminar
Fall 2014 No Theory Seminar
Spring 2014 Student NT Seminar -- On Scholze's "Langland-Kottwitz approach for..." papers
Winter 2014 Scholze Reading Group.
Fall 2013 p-adic cohomology Reading Group.
Summer 2013 Hodge Theory Reading Group.