B.A. 1966, University of Pennsylvania

Ph.D. 1971, Princeton
University

Thesis
Advisor: K. Iwasawa

**POSITIONS**

Assistant Professor (1970-74), University of Maryland

Assistant Professor (1974-78), Brandeis University

Assistant Professor (1978-79), University of Washington

Associate Professor (1979-83), University of Washington

Professor (1983-present), University of Washington

Professor (1990-92), Boston
University

**GRANTS AND HONORS**

Research Grants from the National Science Foundation, (1972-present)

Book Fellow, Clay Mathematics Institute, Report 2006 (August, 2006),

Open Questions and Recent Developments in Iwasawa Theory, A conference in honor of Ralph Greenberg's 60th Birthday, Boston University, (June, 2005).

Lifting Up the World With a Oneness-Heart, awarded at a ceremony at the University of Washington honoring 54 professors (July, 2003)

Invited Speaker at ICM 2010,

the International Congress of Mathematicians,
in Hyderabad, India, (August, 2010)

Slides of my lecture

Inaugural Fellow of the AMS,

Fellows of the American Mathematical Society

**VISITING RESEARCH POSTS**

Institute for Advanced Study (1972-73)

Institute for Advanced Study (Fall, 1981)

Universite de Paris-Sud (1985-1986)

Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (Winter, 1987)

Max Planck Institut (February, March, 1989)

Isaac Newton Institute (May, June, 1993)

Universite de Paris-Sud (Fall, 1993)

Universite de Pierre et Marie Curie (January, 1994)

Universite de Paris-Nord (February, 1994)

Universite de Strasbourg (March, 1994)

Tokyo Metropolitan University (April, May , 1994)

University of Cambridge (July, 1995)

Universite de Paris-Nord (August, 1995)

Institut Henri Poincare (June, 1997)

American Institute of Mathematics (Winter, 1998)

Waseda University (June, 1998)

Institut Henri Poincare (May, June, 2000)

University of Cambridge (Fall, 2000)

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (January, 2001)

Harish-Chandra Research Institute (February, 2001)

Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques (March, 2001)

Tokyo Metropolitan University (Spring, 2001)

Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques (June, 2002)

POSTECH (January, 2009)

POSTECH (June-July, 2010)

**LECTURE SERIES**

Universitat de Barcelona (Three lectures, June, 1986)

Quebec-Vermont Number Theory Seminars (Four lectures, March, 1989)

Tokyo Metropolitan University (Five lectures, May, 1994)

Peking University (Five lectures, June, 1994)

Centro Internazionale Matematico Estivo (Six lectures, Summer, 1997)

Park City Mathematics Institute (Eight lectures, Summer, 1999)

Tata Institute for Fundamental Research (Seven lectures, January, 2001)

Harish-Chandra Research Institute (Four lectures, February, 2001)

Tokyo Metropolitan University (Four Lectures, May, 2001)

Korean Institute for Advanced Study (Eight lectures, July, 2001)

Summer School in Iwasawa Theory, McMaster University (Four lectures, August, 2007)

Arithmetic Geometry NCBS, Bangalore, India (Four lectures, March, 2008)

POSTECH (Six lectures, January, 2009)

POSTECH (Six lectures, June, 2010)

Sardinian Summer School in Iwasawa Theory, Alghero, Sardinia (5 lectures, August, 2012)

POSTECH Winter School 2013: p-adic families of motives and modular forms (5 lectures, January, 2013)

Morningside Center of Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Sciences : Introduction to Iwasawa Theory (28 lectures, June, July, 2015)

**SELECTED
INVITED LECTURES**

Summer Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, Eugene, Oregon (August, 1984)

Workshop on Iwasawa Theory (Two lectures), Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley (January, 1987)

Durham Symposium on L-functions and Arithmetic, University of Durham, England (July, 1989)

AMS Conference on Motives, University of Washington, Seattle (July, 1991)

Workshop on p-Adic Monodromy and the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture, Boston University (August, 1991)

Workshop on p-adic Representations,
Iwasawa Theory, and Tamagawa Numbers of Motives,

Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, England (June, 1993),
part of the program L-Functions and Arithmetic.

This was the historic conference where Andrew Wiles announced his proof
of Fermat's Last Theorem.

Conference on Arithmetic of Elliptic Curves (Two lectures), Anogeia, Crete (July, 1993)

Workshop on Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry, Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada (October, 1995)

Conference on Elliptic Curves and Modular Forms, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. (March, 1996)

Class Field Theory - Its Centenary and Prospect, Waseda University, Tokyo (June, 1998)

Seventh Kuwait Foundation Lecture, University of Cambridge, England (May, 2000)

Arithmetic Geometry Conference, Euler Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia (June, 2000)

Canadian Number Theorem Association VIII, Plenary Speaker, Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada (June, 2004)

Conference in honour of John H. Coates on the occasion of his 60th birthday, Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge, England (January, 2005)

Colloque K-theorie et theorie d'Iwasawa, Besancon, France (June, 2006)

First PanAsian Number Theory Conference, Pohang, Korea (January, 2009)

Southern California Number Theory Day, San Diego (May, 2009_)

Magma 2010 conference on p-adic L-functions, Montreal, Canada (February, 2010)

Galois representations in arithmetic and geometry, Goa, India (August, 2010)

ICM 2010, Hyderabad, India, (August, 2010)

p-adic Modular Forms and Arithmetic, UCLA (June, 2012)

POSTECH Number Theory Workshop on "L-functions", Pohang, Korea (2 lectures, June, 2012)

Workshop on Bloch-Kato Conjectures, IISER, Pune, India, (2 lectures, July, 2012)

p-adic Modular Forms, L-functions, and Galois representations, UCLA (May, 2013)

Modular forms, p-adic L-functions and Selmer groups, Minu Balkanski Foundation, Oriahovitza, Bulgaria (July, 2013)

PANTS XXI, Clemson University (December, 2013)

L-functions and Arithmetic, A conference in honor of the 60th birthday of Karl Rubin, Harvard University (June, 2016)

**DOCTORAL STUDENTS**

Ross Schipper, Ph.D. 1974

Al Cuoco , Ph.D. 1979

John Minardi, Ph.D. 1986

Li Guo, Ph.D. 1992

David Hubbard, Ph.D. 1996

Michael Drinen, Ph.D. 1999

Jim Mailhot, Ph.D. 2003

Alexandra Nichifor, Ph.D. 2004

Tak-Lun Koo, Ph.D. 2009

Bharath Palvannan, Ph.D. 2016

Yannick Van Huele, Ph.D. 2016

**MASTER'S DEGREE STUDENTS**

Polina Levontin, M.S. 2000

Vijay Wijesundera, M.S. 2000
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