Casimir Kothari
Email: ckothari (at) uchicago (dot) edu.
I am a fifth year graduate student at the University of Chicago interested in algebraic geometry and number theory. My advisor is Matthew Emerton.
I am grateful to be supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Previously, I was an undergraduate at Princeton University.
Research
Recently, I have been interested in moduli of finite locally free group schemes in positive characteristic.
- Dieudonné theory for n-smooth group schemes, with Joshua Mundinger. [pdf] [arXiv]
- Arbitrarily large jumps in the de Rham cohomology of families in characteristic p. [pdf] [arXiv]
- The Explicit Sato-Tate Conjecture For Primes In Arithmetic Progressions, with Trajan Hammonds, Noah Luntzlara, Steven J. Miller,
Jesse Thorner, and Hunter
Wieman. International Journal of Number Theory, Vol. 17, No. 08, pp. 1905-1923 (2021). [pdf] [arXiv]
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