University of Michigan

Department of Mathematics

530 Church Street

Ann Arbor, MI 48109

*Email:* dillery_at_umich.edu

*About Me:* I am a fifth year PhD candidate in the Department of
Mathematics at the Univeristy of Michigan. I am interested in representation theory and number theory. More specifically, I study the local and global Langlands correspondence. My advisor is Tasho Kaletha. My research was supported in Winter 2020, 2021 by NSF grant DMS-1840234 and is supported in the 2021-2022 academic year by the Rackham pre-doctoral fellowship. I am a helper for the Ypsilanti U(M) Math Corps.

Here is my CV.

Here are my notes from my talk, ``Rigid inner forms over local and global fields" given at Junior Number Theory Days conference at Johns Hopkins.

** Research Publications **

2. *Rigid inner forms over global function fields*. arXiv preprint (88 pp.).

3. *The canonical join complex for biclosed sets * (joint with with A. Clifton and A. Garver)[Research done as undergraduate]. In Algebra Universalis (2018) 79: 84, arXiv preprint (22 pp.).

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Current Teaching
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** Fall 2021:
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