Pure Mathematics welcomes Dr Alice Pozzi
14 August 2023
The Institute for Pure Mathematics is delighted to welcome Dr Alice Pozzi, who joins us as a Lecturer in Pure Mathematics.
Dr Pozzi received her PhD degree in 2018 from McGill University in Montreal, under the supervision of Henri Darmon and Payman Kassei. As a postdoctoral researcher, she has worked with Sarah Zerbes at University College London and she held a Chapman Fellowship in Pure Mathematics at Imperial College London. Her research interests cover a broad range of topics in algebraic number theory and related areas. This includes the study of rigid meromorphic cocycles, p-adic L-functions, Euler systems, Iwasawa theory, eigenvarieties and the Eisenstein ideal. In particular, she is interested in questions concerning p-adic modular forms and deformations of Galois representations, often in relation to the Gross-Stark conjectures and their refinements.