Department of Mathematics
Universidad de los Andes
Phone: (571) 3394949 Ext 5220
General Information: Before arriving to the Math department at Los Andes I was a postdoctoral researcher in the CSAG group at EPFL, and in the number theory group at UBC. I finished a Ph.D at UW-Madison under the supervision of Jordan Ellenberg. My primary research fields are algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry. More particularly I'm interested in Iwasawa theory, integral quadratic forms, modular curves, Galois representations, Commutative algebra and applications of model theory to algebra.
Research, preprints and
publications:(click here for
details and arXiv links.)
The shape of Z/lZ-number fields. (With M. Monsurrò) Ramanujan Journal 39 (2016), no. 3 451-463.
On the arithmetic determination of the trace. Journal of Algebra 444 (2015), 272-283.
Weak Arithmetic equivalence. Canadian Mathematical Bulletin, 58 (2015), 115-127.
On number fields with equivalent integral trace forms. International Journal of number theory 8 (2012), no. 7, 1569-1580.
Power map permutations and symmetric differences in finite groups. (With M. Hablicsek) Journal of Algebra and its applications 10 (2011), no. 5, 947-959.
Automorfismos Polinomiales y la Conjetura de Keller. (2005) Sponsored by research fund of the Faculty of Sciences, Universidad de Los Andes.
Click and you'll find what courses I've taught and where.
Here you can find past material of courses that I have taught at UW-Madison, UBC, EPFL and Los Andes.
Some comments from my teaching evaluations at UBC.
NFT John Jones' tables of number fields.
arXiv arXiv, Number theory.
AGC Conferences in Arithmetic geometry.
NTC Conferences in Number theory.
MTC Math department Colloquium.