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Alessandro Arlandini

I am a fourth-year PhD student in Mathematics supervised by David Loeffler.

My research interests lie in Algebraic Number Theory. Specifically, my current research work concerns Euler systems and their application to the study of complex and p-adic L-functions. In general, I am interested in topics involving L-functions (both complex and p-adic ones) and their special and critical values, Iwasawa theory, modular forms and Galois representations.

I am organising the conference YRANT 2019
Travelling (with a comment on poster making)
Teaching activity

Educational Background

I obtained both my Bachelor degree and my Master degree in Mathematics at the University of Padua (Università di Padova, Dipartimento di Matematica "Tullio Levi-Civita"). My advisors for my Master thesis were Adrian Iovita and Bruno Chiarellotto, while for my Bachelor thesis my advisor was Maurizio Candilera.

Related stuff

I am a part of the Number Theory group at Warwick. See here for the weekly seminar.

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Office: B2.01
Mail: a dot arlandini at warwick dot ac dot uk