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David Loeffler

Dr David Loeffler

Biography

David Loeffler has been a Royal Society University Research Fellow since 2012, based at the University of Warwick's Mathematics Institute. He has previously worked at Churchill College, Cambridge, and he received his PhD from Imperial College London in 2008. His research is in pure mathematics, specifically number theory: he studies the relations between arithmetical objects, such as elliptic curves, and the values of L-functions. His research in this area, in collaboration with Sarah Zerbes, has been recognised by the award of the Philip Leverhulme Prize in 2014, and the London Mathematical Society's Whitehead Prize in 2015.

Committees

Participated Role
2014 to 2019 Member
2018 to 2020 Member
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