Michael Lipnowski

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McGill University

Email: michael "dot" lipnowski "at" mcgill "dot" ca
Office: Burnside 1107 

I am currently an Assistant Professor in the McGill University Department of Mathematics and Statistics.  My thesis advisor was Akshay Venkatesh. My research interests include number theory, representation theory, and automorphic forms.

Here are my CV and publication list.  


Papers
Completed
In preparation
  • Algorithms for the topology of arithmetic groups and Hecke actions, with Aurel Page. Slides 1, Slides 2Summary.
  • On the Cohen-Lenstra heuristics in the presence of roots of unity, with Will Sawin and Jacob Tsimerman.  Summary.
  • Polarization counting for abelian varieties over finite fields, with Jacob Tsimerman. Summary.
  • Growth of torsion for weight 1 modular forms, with Gerard Freixas i Montplet and George Schaeffer. Summary.


Expository Writings

Below are informal notes written to accompany lectures that I presented for various installments of Stanford's number theory learning seminar.

Teaching