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Xenia Dimitrakopoulou

I am a final-year PhD student in Algebraic Number Theory supervised by Prof. David Loeffler and Dr. Chris Williams. I am in the job market for positions starting in the fall of 2024.

I am interested in automorphic forms and constructions of p-adic L-functions.

In January of 2023, I taught a mini-courseLink opens in a new window on the GGP conjectures at the Universidad de Santiago de Chile (recordingsLink opens in a new window, notesLink opens in a new window).


Research work: Anticyclotomic p-adic L-functions for Coleman families of U_n \times U_{n+1}; Preprint, 22p (arxiv)


  • Anticyclotomic p-adic L-functions for families of U_n \times U_{n+1},
    • Queen Mary Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, February 2024
    • University of Nottingham Number Theory Seminar, January 2024
    • University of Oxford Number Theory Seminar, November 2023
    • Sorbonne Paris Nord University, October 2023
    • University of Warwick Number Theory Seminar, October 2023
  • Constructing p-adic L-functions with a view towards unitary groups, Warwick Junior Number Theory Seminar, May 2023
  • On the p-adic interpolation of branching laws for U_n \times U_{n+1}, Jornada sobre Representaciones Automorfas y Teoría de Números, Universidad de Chile, January 2023
  • Algebraic groups and their properties, Warwick Number Theory Study Group, March 2021
  • Hecke operators, Warwick Number Theory Study Group, March 2021
  • Representations of locally profinite groups, London Number Theory Study Group, February 2021
  • Commutative linear algebraic groups and Tori, Warwick Algebra Study Group, October 2020
  • On the Weil Conjectures, Warwick Imperial Conference (WIMP), November 2019