## About Me

I am an SEW assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at University of California, San Diego (UCSD). I will post a link to my new website here.

I obtained my PhD degree in mathematics at University of Michigan in August 2021. My advisor is Kartik Prasanna. Before that, I obtained my BSc degree in mathematics at University of Washington in June 2015.

Here is my CV, last updated in November 2020.

When I am not thinking about math, I like to play board games and boulder.

## Contact

Email: | k7chung (at) ucsd (dot) edu |

Office: | AP&M 6452 |

## Research

I am interested in algebraic number theory, specifically function field arithmetic. In particular, I like to think about Drinfeld modules, zeta functions and L-functions in characteristic p, analogs of p-adic zeta and L-functions in characteristic p, and their special values.## Useful Links and Resources

- Special session in Drinfeld Modules, Modular Varieties and Arithmetic Applications, in AMS Fall 2020 Sectional Meetings.
- Arithmetic of Function Fields and Diophantine Geometry, a conference held in Taipei in May 2019.
- New developments in the theory of modular forms over function fields, a conference held in Pisa in Nov 2018. There are slides and videos for a lot of the talks.
- Drinfeld Module Learning Seminar, hosted by Andrew and Bhargav.
- Number Theory Conferences, new and old, a summary of most (if not all) conferences in number theory.
- LaTeXTools, a LaTeX Plugin for Sublime Text 2 and 3. I have been using it with Sublime Text 4 and it works well so far.
- If you are a graduate student in Rackham graduate school at University of Michigan, Eamon Quinlan-Gallego and I had constructed a LaTeX thesis template, fulfilling all of Rackham's formatting requirements by 2021. If you want the TeX file for the template, please email us.