I'm a fourth-year graduate student in mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley. I grew up in New Hampshire, before heading to the University of Rochester in snowy western New York state. I graduated in May 2008 and then spent a year studying math at Churchill College at the University of Cambridge.
My advisor is Martin Olsson. I am primarily interested in arithmetic algebraic geometry. More specifically, I spend a lot of time thinking about arithmetic moduli spaces and stacks.
Current background image: Sawtooth Peak, Trinity Alps Wilderness
- Email: andrew (at) math (dot) berkeley (dot) edu
- Office: 1093 Evans
Courses, seminars, and other mathematical activities
- Math 254A, Number Theory (with Robert Coleman)
- Student arithmetic geometry seminar
- Reading course with Martin Olsson on étale cohomology
- Reading course with Martin Olsson on elliptic surfaces
2008-2009: University of Cambridge