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Muhammad Manji

Research: I am a first year PhD student supervised by David Loeffler. I am interested in a range of topics in algebraic number theory. My research is interested with Euler systems, Iwasawa theory, automorphic forms and Shimura varieties.

Education: I completed a BA with MMath at the University of Cambridge. My fourth year dissertation was titled 'The Grunwald-Wang Theorem'

Teaching 20/21: Last year I was a teaching assistant for MA3G6 Commutative Algebra and MA426 Elliptic Curves.

Teaching 21/22: This year I am a teaching assistant for MA3G6 Commutative Algebra in term 1. Term 2 MA3D5 Galois Theory.

Contact: muhammad.manji@warwick.ac.uk

Conferences Attended:
[ONLINE]
Recent developments around p-adic modular forms - Dec 2020 - ICTS, Bengaluru
Junior Number Theory Days 2020 - Johns Hopkins University
L-functions and Iwasawa theory - November 2021 - CEFIPRA

[IN PERSON]
Arizona Winter School 2022 - Automorphic forms beyond Gl_2
British Maths Colloquium June 2022
Galois Representations, Automorphic Forms and L-Functions, CIRM, Luminy, June 2022 (Upcoming)

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