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Kiran Kedlaya is the Stefan E. Warschawski Professor of Mathematics at University of California San Diego. He attended BSM in spring 1994 and received his BA from Harvard in 1996 and his PhD from MIT in 2000. Before moving to UC San Diego, he was an NSF postdoc at UC Berkeley and a faculty member at MIT. He has also held a CAREER grant, a Sloan Fellowship, a Guggenheim fellowship, and an invited professorship at IAS.
Kedlaya’s research interests are in number theory and algebraic geometry, especially p-adic analytic geometry and its applications (both theoretical and computational). He has published over 100 research articles and several books, including a textbook on p-adic differential equations and two compilations of problems from the Putnam competition.