Koji Shimizu

Department of Mathematics
University of California, Berkeley
943 Evans Hall
Berkeley
CA 94720, USA

E-mail:  my last name[at]math[dot]berkeley[dot]edu

I am a Morrey Visiting Assistant Professor. I received my Ph.D. in 2018 from Harvard University under the supervision of Mark Kisin.

Paper

- Constancy of generalized Hodge-Tate weights of a local system, Compositio Mathematica, 154 (2018), no.12, 2606-2642. pdf, doi, slides (CTNT2018 at UConn).

- Existence of compatible systems of lisse sheaves on arithmetic schemes, pdf. Algebra & Number Theory 11-1 (2017), 181-211.

Preprint

- A p-adic monodromy theorem for de Rham local systems, pdf.

- Finiteness of Frobenius traces of a sheaf on a flat arithmetic scheme, to appear in International Mathematics Reasearch Notices, pdf, doi.

Other Writing

- Integral models of Shimura varieties (志村多様体の整モデル), in proceedings of Number Theory Summer School 2015, pdf.

Teaching

- In Fall 2020, I will teach Math 104 (Introduction to Analysis) at UC Berkeley.

- In Spring 2019, I taught Math 104 (Introduction to Analysis) at UC Berkeley.

- In Fall 2018, I taught Math 104 (Introduction to Analysis) and Math 113 (Introduction to Abstract Algebra) at UC Berkeley.

- In Fall 2017, I taught Math 21a (multivariable calculus) at Harvard.

- In Fall 2016, I taught Math 21a (multivariable calculus) at Harvard.

- In Fall 2015, I taught Math 21a (multivariable calculus) at Harvard.


Last revised: August 1, 2020