Adam Keilthy - Research and Resources

About Me

I'm Adam Keilthy, a postdoctoral researcher at Chalmers Technical University in Gothenberg. Prior to this I completed my PhD with Prof. Francis Brown at Balliol College, University of Oxford, and my undergraduate at Trinity College Dublin. I additionally spent some time as a postdoctoral research at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn following my PhD.

During my time at Trinity, I, in addition to my studies, chaired the Knitting Society, sat on the CSC executive, participated in the mathemathical intervarsities and Quizmastered for our very own MathSoc. I include links to some resources for those interested in getting involved with these.

My research interests lie very much in the intersection of combinatorics and algebraic geometry. I have three main areas of interest at the moment. My primary area of research focuses on multiple zeta values and their ties to the theory of motives, with the theory of motivic periods playing a substantial role in my work. Additionally, I am currently very interested in the appearance of iterated integrals of modular forms in deformation theoretic contexts, and the construction of non-symmetric analogues of operads of moduli spaces via building sets and wonderful models.

Previous papers, other written work, and upcoming publications can be found here

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