Serin Hong

Department of Mathematics
University of Michigan,
530 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Office: East Hall 4823

E-mail:  serinh at umich dot edu

I am a postdoc assistant professor in mathematics at the University of Michigan.

Previously, I was a graduate student at Caltech where I got my Ph.D. in mathematics under the supervision of Elena Mantovan. Before that, I studied at Stanford University where I got my M.S. in electrical engineering and B.S. with honors in mathematics.

I specialize in arithmetic geometry, fascinated by its interdisciplinary nature that connects number theory, algebraic geometry, and representation theory. I am particularly interested in studying the interplay between these fields in the context of the Langlands program and p-adic Hodge theory.

My CV can be found here (updated on March 27, 2022).

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This winter, I am an instructor for Math 215: Calculus III.

My office hours for this semester are as follows:

Honors and Awards

  1. AMS-NSF-Simons-ICM Travel Grants, 2022

  2. Juha Heinonen Award for Postdoctoral Teaching, 2021

  3. Scott Russell Johnson Graduate Dissertation Prize, 2018

  4. The Apostol Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2016

  5. Scott Russell Johnson Prize for excellence in graduate studies, 2010, 2014

  6. J. E. Wallace Sterling Award for Scholastic Achievement, 2008

  7. Samsung Scholarship, 2004~2009

  8. William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition, 2004, 2006, 2007

  9. Silver Medal, 44th International Mathematical Olympiad, 2003