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David Hubbard


I am a second year PhD student in Algebraic Geometry - currently I am looking at effectively bounding the number of torsion points of curves in abelian varieties. My advisors are Christian BöhningLink opens in a new window and Gavin BrownLink opens in a new window. Before joining Warwick I completed an MMath at Trinity College, Oxford.

Over the summer I attended the LOGMLLink opens in a new window summer school in Geometry and Machine Learning working under Tom Coates and Alexander Kasprzyk on seeing if a machine learning model could calculate the Fine InteriorLink opens in a new window of a 4-dimensional lattice polytope.

I am helping to organise a Descent Reading GroupLink opens in a new window with Dhruva DivateLink opens in a new window and Daniel MarloweLink opens in a new window starting Autumn Term 2022 with a particular interest in descent for finite flat group schemes and abelian varieties.



  • First year undergraduate supervisor