Stefano Morra


I am a Fields postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Toronto.

Department of Mathematics, University of Toronto
Bahen Centre, 40 St. George St.
Toronto, Ontario M5S 2E4, CANADA
E-mail : smorra "at" math.toronto.edu

Je suis en détachément du Laboratoire de Mathématiques de Montpellier, au sein de l' Université de Montpellier 2.

Scientific Interests

  • Arithmetic geometry
  • p-adic and p-modular Langlands program
  • Automorphic forms
  • p-adic Hodge theory
  • Modular representations of p-adic groups
  • Rigid geometry

Here is my CV and a short summary of my work and research projects.

Scientific Papers


Thesis

    I defended my Ph D thesis on December 9, 2010, in Versailles, in front of a jury formed by C. Breuil, L. Clozel, M. Harris, A, Mézard, V. Paskunas, V. Sécherre. Here the title, and the text of the thesis.
    The acknowledgements, according to the philologists, have been resumed from a manuscript of the XVIII century, with a clear influence of the medieval poetry and Petrarch's style, without forgetting the lecture of Dante. I have no idea what to believe. And, my tribute to the Parnassum here and there.

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Teaching

  • Academic Year 2012-2013:
    • Algèbre linéaire et Analyse 2, L1, cours + TD, .
    • Mathématiques pour la chimie 2, L1, (responsable P. Castillon).
    • Analyse 4, L2 (responsable A. Cabot).
  • Academic Year 2011-2012:
    • Modèles mathématiques pour la biologie, L1, cours + TD.
    • TD du cours de représentations de groupes cristallographiques, L2 (responsable, S. Bochard).
  • AAcademic Year 2010-2011:
    • Modèles mathématiques pour la biologie, L1, cours + TD.
  • Academic Year 2009-2010:
    • Modèles mathématiques pour la biologie, L1, cours + TD.
  • Academic Year 2008-2009:
    • TD d'algèbre, L1 (responsable, A. Mézard).
    • TD de mathématiques générales, L3 (responsable, J. Pian).