Noah Taylor


About Me

I am a sixth year grad student in mathematics at the University of Chicago.  I study algebraic number theory under Frank Calegari.


I was the instructor of record for the Math 151-152-153 sequence of calculus courses in 2017, 2018 and 2019.  I am off for Autumn, and will be teaching 153 in Winter 2021.


I have a preprint titled On Seven Conjectures of Kedlaya and Medvedovsky [arxiv link]. My advisor wrote a short blog post about the work.

I previously wrote a paper titled Sato-Tate Distributions on Abelian Surfaces [arxiv link], published in Transactions of the American Mathematical Society.  My advisor also has a summary blog post about this work.

My topic proposal, Class Field Theory and the Local-Global Property.

Contact Info

Email: [first name last initial] at math dot uchicago dot edu
Mail: Department of Mathematics
University of Chicago
5734 S. University Ave.
Chicago, IL 60637
Office: Eckhart Hall room 110-B