I am mostly interested in Iwasawa theory and the equivarant Tamagawa Number Conjecture (in the number-field case). My (incipient) research deals with Stickelberger elements, Rubin-stark elements, Artin L-functions and related concepts.
- BabySeminar* WiSe2018 : Automorphic representations (1 talk)
- BabySeminar SoSe2019: Algebraic K-theory (1 talk)
- Higher rank Iwasawa theory and zeta elements for 𝔾m (- talks)
- BabySeminar SoSe2019: Hochschild and cyclic cohomology (- talks)
* Four-month PhD-only seminars at the University of Duisburg-Essen
- Iwasawa 2019 conference (minicourse days) in Bordeaux, France,
The notes by Keith Conrad make a wonderful read, as does the rest of his personal site.
The following is a list of mathematics-related YouTube channels I particularly enjoy:
- 3Blue1Brown has some of the best mathematical animations I have ever seen. The content skews towards analysis but touches on other areas too.
- Numberphile is a source of hundreds of short odds-and-ends videos presented by mathematicians all around the world. They also have extended-format interviews in their podcast channel.
- standupmaths combines mathematics and humour in a humorously mathematical way.
- Graduate Mathematics provides advanced lectures in mathematics in physics.