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Jordan Ellenberg currently holds the title of John D. MacArthur Professor at the University of Wisconsin. He previously taught at Princeton University, and was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI). Ellenberg completed his BA in mathematics at Harvard University in 1993, and his PhD in mathematics at Harvard in 1998.

Ellenberg’s work focuses on arithmetic algebraic geometry. Though he has a long list of research publications, lecture invitations, and seminars to his name, Ellenberg is perhaps best known as the author of the best selling book How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking, bringing mathematical logic and thinking to a mainstream reading public. Additionally, Ellenberg has written a novel, The Grasshopper King.

For his work, Ellenberg has received awards and honors including a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Simons Fellowship in Mathematics, the William R. Kellett Award, and numerous grants.

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According to Wikipedia, Jordan Stuart Ellenberg is an American mathematician who is a professor of mathematics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. His research involves arithmetic geometry. He is also an author of both fiction and non-fiction writing.

- FI-modules and stability for representations of symmetric groups
- On large subsets of $F_q^n$ with no three-term arithmetic progression
- FI-modules over Noetherian rings
- Homological stability for Hurwitz spaces and the Cohen-Lenstra conjecture over function fields, II
- The number of extensions of a number field with fixed degree and bounded discriminant
- Reflection Principles and Bounds for Class Group Torsion
- Homology of FI-modules
- GALOIS REPRESENTATIONS ATTACHED TO Q-CURVES AND THE GENERALIZED FERMAT EQUATION A 4 +B 2 =C p
- Representation stability in cohomology and asymptotics for families of varieties over finite fields
- How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking
- The Kakeya set and maximal conjectures for algebraic varieties over finite fields
- Approximate Gradient Coding via Sparse Random Graphs
- Expander graphs, gonality, and variation of Galois representations
- Local-global principles for representations of quadratic forms
- THE DIOPHANTINE EQUATION A4 + 2δB2 = Cn
- Counting extensions of function fields with bounded discriminant and specified Galois group
- On the modularity of ℚ-curves
- On ℓ-torsion in class groups of number fields
- Linnik's ergodic method and the distribution of integer points on spheres
- Statistics of Number Fields and Function Fields
- K3 Surfaces Over Number Fields with Geometric Picard Number One
- Fill in the Blanks: Using Math to Turn Lo-Res Datasets into Hi-Res Samples
- Selmer groups and Mordell–Weil groups of elliptic curves over towers of function fields
- Non-simple abelian varieties in a family: geometric and analytic approaches
- ℚ-Curves and Galois Representations
- Endomorphism Algebras of Jacobians
- Pro–$p$ groups and towers of rational homology spheres
- On uniform bounds for rational points on nonrational curves
- Serre's conjecture over F9
- On the Error Term in Duke's Estimate for the Average Special Value of L-Functions
- Fox-Neuwirth-Fuks cells, quantum shuffle algebras, and Malle's conjecture for function fields
- How Not To Be Wrong
- AN INCIDENCE CONJECTURE OF BOURGAIN OVER FIELDS OF POSITIVE CHARACTERISTIC
- Q-curves and Galois representations
- Superstrong approximation for monodromy groups
- Modeling λ-Invariants by p-adic Random Matrices
- Random Dieudonné modules, random $p$-divisible groups, and random curves over finite fields
- Algebraic structures on cohomology of configuration spaces of manifolds with flows
- Heights on stacks and a generalized Batyrev-Manin-Malle conjecture
- Furstenberg sets and Furstenberg schemes over finite fields
- Galois invariants of dessins d ’ enfants
- Rational points on solvable curves over $\mathbb{Q}$ via non-abelian Chabauty
- CORRIGENDUM TO "GALOIS REPRESENTATIONS ATTACHED TO Q-CURVES AND THE GENERALIZED FERMAT EQUATION A 4 + B² = C p "
- Every curve is a Teichmüller curve
- Detection of Planted Solutions for Flat Satisfiability Problems
- Sumsets as unions of sumsets of subsets
- Rational Points on Solvable Curves over ℚ via Non-Abelian Chabauty
- On the average number of octahedral modular forms
- Arithmetic Veech sublattices of $\operatorname{SL}(2,\mathbf{Z})$
- Random pro-$p$ groups, braid groups, and random tame Galois groups
- Finite flatness of torsion subschemes of Hilbert-Blumenthal abelian varieties
- Intracounty modeling of COVID-19 infection with human mobility: Assessing spatial heterogeneity with business traffic, age, and race
- Nonvanishing of hyperelliptic zeta functions over finite fields.
- Intra-county modeling of COVID-19 infection with human mobility: assessing spatial heterogeneity with business traffic, age and race
- Every curve is a Teichm ¨ uller curve
- An Upper Bound for 3-Rewriteability in Finite Groups
- UNDERSTANDING PERSISTENT HOMOLOGY AND PLEX USING A NETWORKING DATASET
- A sharp diameter bound for unipotent groups of classical type over ℤ/pℤ
- Points of low height on P 1 over number fields and bounds for torsion in class groups
- Congruence ABC implies ABC
- The Beauty of Bounded Gaps
- The Beauty of Bounded Gaps: A Huge Discovery about Prime Numbers and What It Means for the Future of Mathematics
- The Ceresa class: tropical, topological, and algebraic
- Positive motivic measures are counting measures
- IV.5 Arithmetic Geometry
- Objective Probabilities in Number Theory
- Corrigendum to "Galois representations attached to [inline-graphic xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xlink:href="01i" /]-curves and the generalized Fermat equation A4 + B2 = Cp"
- Geometry, Inference, Complexity, and Democracy
- Outward Facing Mathematics: A Pitch
- Contemporary Mathematics Representation stability in cohomology and asymptotics for families of varieties over finite fields
- EXPANDER GRAPHS, GONALITY AND VARIATION OF
- III.21 Elliptic Curves
- Year Number 吀�eory from Arithmetic Statistics to Zeta Elements
- Workshop: Explicit Methods in Number Theory Table of Contents
- David Foster Wallace: language, mathematics, memory
- Everything and More by David Foster Wallace: a review
- Exploring Moduli Spaces
- 1 7 Se p 19 99 Congruence ABC implies ABC
- Convergence rates for ordinal embedding
- Upper bounds for the growth of Mordell-Weil ranks in pro-p towers of Jacobians
- Asymptotics of coinvariants of Iwasawa modules under non-normal subgroups
- THE DIOPHANTINE EQUATION A + 2B = C

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