Robert Kurinczuk awarded an EPSRC Fellowship04 Jun 2021, by News in
Congratulations to Robert Kurinczuk who has been awarded a 5-year EPSRC Fellowship (held in Sheffield) for his project “Integral Structures in the Langlands Programme”. EPSRC Fellowships are designed to support talented and ambitious researchers to deliver research excellence to meet UK and global priorities.
Rob completed his PhD in 2012 under the supervision of Shaun Stevens at the University of East Anglia, where he studied infinite dimensional symmetries in a branch of algebra called representation theory. He then joined the Heilbronn Institute in Bristol in 2013, and three years later joined the Heilbronn Research group in Imperial College London, where he has continued his research and branched out into new areas. His current research interests include representations of p-adic groups, automorphic L-functions, and the Langlands programme. One of Rob’s recent papers (with Daniel Skodlerack and Shaun Stevens) has been published in Inventiones Mathematicae.
We wish Rob every success in his future research.