About me
I'm a postdoc (EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellow) in the Number Theory group at University College London.
Previously, I was a postdoc at King's College London, where I also did my PhD under the supervision of
David Burns. During my PhD I was a member of the 2018 cohort of the London School of Number Theory and Geometry
(
LSGNT).
Prior to that, I was at
LMU Munich.
My primary mathematical interests are:
- Special values of \(L\)-functions, particularly the Tamagawa Number Conjecture of Bloch and Kato and its equivariant refinement (the `eTNC').
- Stark's Conjecture and its integral refinements.
- Euler systems
- Iwasawa theory
Jointly with
Daniel Macías Castillo, I organised a conference on the arithmetic of
\(L\)-functions, which took place 22 -- 26 May 2023 at ICMAT in Madrid. The webpage for the conference can be found
here and the conference booklet can be downloaded
here.
Notes / Miscellaneous
Maybe the following are useful:
Department of Mathematics, University College London,
25 Gordon Street, WC1H 0AY, London, United Kingdom.
dominik.bullach@ucl.ac.uk