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- 2009.9-2013.2, Dickson Instructor, University of Chicago.
- 2013.3-2014.6, Assistant Professor, University of California, Irvine.
- 2014.8-present, Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut, Storrs.

- 2005.9-2009.6 Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Advisor: Kiran S. Kedlaya)
- 2001.9-2005.7 B.S. in Mathematics, Peking University, China

- NSF conference Grant: "Connecticut Summer School in Number Theory," August 2016, (DMS-1608789), Joint with Keith Conrad, Amanda Folsom, and Álvaro Lozano-Robledo)
- NSF Grant: "Special fibers of modular varieties", 2015-2018, (DMS-1502147).
- CORCL faculty research grant, UC Irvine, 2014.
- Simons Foundation Collaboration Grants, 2013-2016.
- NSF conference Grant: "Towards a local proof of local Langlands correspondence", May 2013 (DMS-1207440).
- International Mathematics Olympiad: Gold medal, 2001.

- Cycles on Shimura varieties mod p and Tate conjecture, Joint COLUMBIA-CUNY-NYU Number Theory Seminar, December 2016.
- Basic locus of some Shimura varieties mod p and Tate Conjecture, Rencontres Arithmétiques de Caen 2016, Caen, France, June 2016.
- On the ghost conjecture of Bergdall and Pollack, p-adic Langlands 2016, University of Indiana, May 2016.
- Cycles on the special fiber of Shimura varieties,
*JHU-UMD Algebra and Number Theory Day*, March 2015. - Ekedahl-Oort stratification and classicality of overconvergent
automorphic forms,
*Arithmetic Geometry and Automorphic Form*, Morningside Center, China, August 2012. -
Global triangulation over eigenvarieties,
*Arithmetic Geometry week in Tokyo*, June 2012. - Global triangulation over eigenvarieties,
*Second Annual Upstate Number Theory Conference Second Annual Upstate Number Theory Conference*, Rochester University, April 2012. - On family versions of some arithmetic conjectures, Arithmetic geometry and representation theory, Institute for Advanced Study, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, December 2011.
- Computing log-characteristic cycles using ramification theory, Atkin Memorial Lecture and Conference, Chicago, April 2011.
- Computing log-characteristic cycles using ramification theory, AMS Special sessions, Iowa, March 2011.
- Computing log-characteristic cycles using ramification theory, Midwest Number Theory Conference for Graduate Students and Recent PhD's 2010, Michigan, November 2010.
- Computing log-characteristic cycles using ramification theory, Berkovich spaces and
*p*-adic differential equations, Strasbourg, November 2010. - Non-archimedean differential modules and ramification theory, Journées de Géométrie Arithmétique de Rennes (presenting as a poster), Rennes, July 2009.

- Rufei Ren (co-advising 2017; current postdoc at University of Rochester)

Last updated on: August 2016