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(Moved to Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo on April 1, 2014)

Research Interests： Arithmetic Geometry

Research Topic： Study of representation theory of p-adic reductive groups via rigid geometry

Previous Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Faculty of Mathematics, Kyushu University

I work on arithmetic geometry, a research area of mathematics studying problems in number theory utilizing geometric method. Recently I have become interested in the Langlands correspondence, which is a magnificent conjecture relating the theory of equations on integers and the theory of functions (more precisely, automorphic forms). Recent developments in number theory are strongly stimulated by this big problem. My research aim is to find a clear way of understanding the local Langlands correspondence from geometric viewpoint. In this research theme, I can locate my two favorite points on mathematics: “there is sometimes a mysterious relation between two different objects” and “changing the viewpoint improves our understanding drastically”.