Nationality American Fields Mathematics | Role Mathematician Name Kiran Kedlaya | |

Institutions University of California, San Diego
MIT Alma mater MIT (Ph.D. 2000) Princeton (M.A. 1997) Harvard (B.A. 1996) Books P-adic Differential Equations Education Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2000), Princeton University, Harvard University Awards Guggenheim Fellowship for Natural Sciences, US & Canada | ||

Doctoral advisor Aise Johan de Jong |

## International conference in number theory and physics kiran kedlaya

**Kiran Sridhara Kedlaya** (; born July 1974) is an Indian American mathematician. He currently is a Professor of Mathematics and the Stefan E. Warschawski Chair in Mathematics at the University of California, San Diego.

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- International conference in number theory and physics kiran kedlaya
- Sage days 5 kiran kedlaya and robert bradshaw coleman integration
- Selected works
- References

At age 16, Kedlaya won a gold medal at the International Mathematics Olympiad, and would later win a silver and another gold medal. While an undergraduate student at Harvard, he was a three-time Putnam Fellow. A 1996 article by *The Harvard Crimson* described him as "the best college-age student in math in the United States".

Kedlaya was runner-up for the 1995 Morgan Prize, for a paper in which he substantially improved on results of Babai and Sós (1985) on the size of the largest product-free subset of a finite group of order *n*.

He gave an invited talk at the International Congress of Mathematicians in 2010, on the topic of "Number Theory".

In 2012 he became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society.

He was also a contestant on the game show Jeopardy! in 2011, winning one episode.

## Sage days 5 kiran kedlaya and robert bradshaw coleman integration

## Selected works

*p-adic Differential Equations*, Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics, Band 125, Cambridge University Press 2010

*p-adic Geometry*, Lectures from the 2007 Arizona Winter School, American Mathematical Society 2008

*The William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition 1985-2000: Problems, Solutions and Commentary*, Mathematical Association of America, 2002