I'm Đỗ Kim Tuấn (you should call me Tuan), an Assistant Adjunct Professor at UCLA. My mentors are Romyar Sharifi and Francesc Castella.

I graduated from Princeton University in 2022 with a PhD where my adivsor is Christopher Skinner. Before that I did Part III in Cambridge and undergrad at Imperial College London.

My interest is always Number Theory and Arithmetic Geometry.

My (current self) interest lies in the p-adic world, in particular Euler systems, Iwasawa theory, Galois representations, L−functions, their special values and p-adic interpolations. My (younger self) interest is gap between primes. I also collaborate sometimes with my friend Trung Phan, leading to my (get away from math but still end up with math!) interest in some Physics-Maths related questions, for example this and this.

Here is my recent submitted work: Anticyclotomic Euler system over biquadratic fields

Here is my first submitted work, which is a joint work with Francesc Castella: Diagonal cycles and anticyclotomic Iwasawa theory of modular forms

Here is my thesis: Construction of an anticyclotomic Euler system with applications.

I used to be the organizer for the UCLA Number Theory Seminar, which happens (provisionally!) at 3pm Monday every week.

My email and office can be found in this link !

Bonus: Here is my wife Như 's brother, em Bò, who used to attend lots of Zoom's Maths lectures/seminars.

Note that this webpage design is pirated from my favorite Galois theory lecturer Kevin Buzzard and my friend Leo.