Anna Medvedovsky
Anna Medvedovsky

Postdoc, Boston University.

Research interests: mod-p and p-adic phenomena in modular forms, Hecke algebras, and Galois representations.

Previously, I was a postdoc at the Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik. I completed my Ph.D. in 2015 from Brandeis University under the supervision of Joël Bellaïche.


Curriculum vitae
Updated January 2021.

Research

  1. Big images of Galois pseudorepresentations. Joint with Andrea Conti and Jaclyn Lang. Under revision at Math. Annalen.

  2. Newforms mod p in squarefree level, with applications to Monsky‚Äôs Hecke-stable filtration. Joint with Shaunak Deo, and with an appendix by Alexandru Ghitza. Transactions of the AMS, Series B 6 (2019), 245–273.

  3. Mod-2 dihedral Galois representations of prime conductor. Joint with Kiran Kedlaya. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium. Open Book Series 2 (2019) 325–342.
    • Kiran Kedlaya's slides at ANTS-XIII.
  1. Nilpotence order growth of recursion operators in characteristic p. Algebra and Number Theory 12 (2018) no. 3, 693–722.
    • Poster slides on this project. An overview. Some pretty pictures.

Teaching