Members & Partners

The LPP-RIMS AHGT International Research Network is a France-Japan network between Laboratoire Paul Painlevé of Lille University -- Algebraic and arithmetic geometry & Geometry and Topology, the DMA of ENS Paris PSL, and RIMS of Kyoto University as leading institutions, which regroups 45 researchers and a dozen PhD students in 16 universities as core members.

The activity of the LPP-RIMS AHGT IRN is supported by 40 international researchers over 12 countries and 32 institutions. Within RIMS, the international center for next-generation geometry is a special partner of the LPP-RIMS AHGT network.

A scientific committee of height experts from Duisburg-Essen University, Kyoto University, Osaka University, Sorbonne University, Tokyo University, and University of Pennsylvania supervises the various scientific activities of the network.

AHGT IRN - Japanese component.

Core Members

RIMS, Kyoto University

Hiroshima University

Hokkaido University

Keio University

Nagoya University

Osaka University

Sophia University

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Lille University

ENS Paris

Sorbonne University

PNS University

Paris Saclay University

Bordeaux University

Caen University

Strasbourg University

Grenoble University

Guangdong Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, China

Paderborn University, Germany

  • B. Seguin (form. ENS Paris-Lille, France)

PhD Researchers

  • Kataoka Shuta, Osaka University, Japan
  • Katayama Taichi, Nagoya University, Japan
  • Mori Masaoki, Osaka University, Japan
  • Mishisako Takuya, Osaka University, Japan
  • Shimizu Ryoji, RIMS Kyoto University, Japan
  • Shiraishi Densuke, Osaka University, Japan
  • Tachihara Reiya, RIMS Kyoto University, Japan
  • Yuji Tomoki, RIMS Kyoto University, Japan
  • Antonin Assoun, ENS Lyon-Lille, France
  • Manh-Linh Nguyen Université Paris-Saclay, France
  • Mathias Stout, Lille-Leuven, France
  • Floris Vermeulen, Lille-Leuven, France
  • Marvin Verstraete, Lille University, France
  • Yitong Wang, Paris Saclay, France
  • Xiaodong Yi, Lille University, France
The Arithmetic and Homotopic Galois Theory international network.

Researchers Partners

France

Germany

  • Noémie Combe, Max Planck Institute
  • Michael Dettweiler, Bayreuth University
  • Arno Fehm, Technische Universität Dresden
  • Stefan Reiter, Bayreuth University
  • Jakob Stix, Goethe-University Frankfurt

Israel

  • Lior Bary-soroker, Tel Aviv University
  • Angelot Behajaina, Israel Institute of Technology
  • David Corwin, Ben Gurion University
  • Danny Neftin, Israel Institute of Technology

Italy

  • Paul-Arne Østvær, University of Milan and University of Oslo

Netherland

  • Valenjin Karemaker, Utrecht University
  • Martin Lüdtke, University of Groningen

Norway

  • Gereon Quick, Trondheim University

Poland

  • Sylvain Gaulhiac, Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IMPAN)

Turkey

UK

Japan

  • Hoshi Akinari, Niigata University
  • Minami Norihiko, Nagoya Institute of Technology
  • Mochizuki Takuro, RIMS Kyoto University
  • Sakasai Takuya, University of Tokyo
  • Ochiai Tadashi, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • Yasufuku Yu, Nihon University

Korea

  • Joachim König, Korea National Univ. Ed.

Brazil

  • Marco Boggi, University Fed. Fluminense

Canada

  • Christian Tafula, University Montréal
  • Adam Topaz, University Alberta

USA

  • Alexander Betts, Harvard University
  • Ted Chinburg, Univ. Pennsylvania
  • Vasily Dolguchev, Temple University
  • Jordan Ellenberg, Univ. Wisconsin
  • Michael Fried, Univ. California Irvine
  • David Harbater, Univ. Pennsylvania
  • Stefan Patrikis, Ohio St. University
  • Florian Pop, Univ. Pennsylvania
  • Rachel Pries, Colorado State Univ.
  • Christopher Rasmussen, Wesleyan University
  • Melanie Wood, Harvard University