I am a PhD student at the University of Oxford, supervised by James Newton.
Guided by the Langlands program, I am interested in Galois representations associated to automorphic representations, their p-adic deformations and the Taylor-Wiles method.
You can contact me at lambert [dot] acampo [at] maths [dot] ox [dot] ac [dot] uk.
Publications / Preprints
My PhD thesis: Rigidity of automorphic Galois representations over CM fields.
Two strand twisting, joint with Sebastian Baader, Livio Ferretti, Levi Ryffel, 2022. arxiv link
These contain mistakes but may still be interesting.
Notes from my talk at Durham: Rigidity of automorphic Galois representations over CM fields
Notes from my talk at Warwick: Galois representations and cohomology of congruence subgroups
Notes from talk at Imperial junior geometry seminar with Riccardo Carini: Equivariant sheaves
LSGNT mini project 2: Modular forms and the class group of ℚ(μp)
LSGNT mini project 1: ℓ-adic representations of curves over local fields
Master's thesis: Topics in Galois cohomology
Undergraduate research project: The circle method, applications to the partition function, and beyond (The conjecture was solved by Reynold Fregoli here)