My name is Florian Sprung. Some people also call me Ian Sprung.
My work is in arithmetic geometry and number theory.
You can reach me at ian.sprung (at) gmail.com. Here is my teaching page.
- Integral Euler Systems and Main Conjectures
- A formulation for p-adic versions of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjectures in the supersingular case
published in Research in Number Theory
published in Algebra and Number Theory
published in Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik (Crelle's Journal)
published in RIMS Bessatsu
published in the Journal of Number Theory
- Iwasawa Theory for Elliptic Curves - in Japanese
published in the Proceedings of the 6th Kinosaki Shinjin Seminar
I am currently a tenure-track assistant professor at Arizona State University. Until 2017, I was a Veblen Research Instructor at Princeton University and the IAS. In 2017, I visited Barcelona Tech for a few months. Before my Princeton years, I was at Brown, where I received my PhD in 2013. I also studied at the University of Tokyo for my MSc and at Columbia as an undergraduate. Before getting into academia, I worked at the Kirakuen retirement home.