As of October 2017, I am a PhD student in Number Theory at Warwick under the supervision of Prof. Samir Siksek.
My origins lie in Amsterdam, where I completed my MSc in Mathematics in 2017 at the University of Amsterdam. In between the two MSc years, I took a year off to do Part III in Cambridge.
At the moment I am working on Hilbert modular surfaces; in particular equations for birational models and integral points. More generally I am interested in arithmetic geometry and Diophantine equations.
Links to my work
2018: PhD first year report (pdf)
2017: Height Bounds for Mordell equations using Modularity (master's thesis under the supervision of Dr. Sander Dahmen, pdf )
2016: Bounded Intervals Containing Primes (Part III essay under the supervision of Dr. Adam Harper, pdf )
2014: An Introduction to Skolem's p-adic Method for solving Thue Equations (Bachelor's thesis under the supervision of Dr. Sander Dahmen, pdf )
Before that, I have taught the courses Basiswiskunde, Analyse op de Lijn, Analyse van R naar R^n, Analyse op R^n, Algebra 1 and Training Internationale Studentenwiskundecompetitie at the University of Amsterdam. For the latter course, a preparation for the IMC, I have written lecture notes (in Dutch) together with Iris Smit.
E-mail: J.Box *at* warwick.ac.uk
My office in the maths department in Warwick is B0.15.