Welcome to Sho Tanimoto’s website.

I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Copenhagen sponsored by Lars Hesselholt’s Niels Bohr Professorship. Before that, I was a G. C. Evans Instructor at Rice University. I received my Ph.D. from Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University.

My research interests lie in the fields of algebraic and arithmetic geometry, in particular diophantine geometry. I am also interested in the minimal model program, moduli spaces, automorphic forms, spectral theory on adelic groups, and their applications to algebraic geometry and diophantine geometry.

Email: sho (what you know) math.ku.dk

Here are my CV and research statement.

Also here is a short summary of my current research.

### Seminar organized

Berkovich seminar with Lars Halvard Halle and Fabien Pazuki

University of Copenhagen, the academic year 2016-2017,

K3 seminar with Fabien Pazuki

University of Copenhagen, the academic year 2015-2016,

### Conference organized

Birational Geometry and Arithmetic with Asher Auel, Marta Pieropan, Yuri Tschinkel, and Anthony Varilly-Alvarado,

ICERM, Brown University, May 14th-18th 2018

N-Cube Days VI with Lars Halvard Halle and Fabien Pazuki,

University of Copenhagen, June 2nd-3rd 2017

N-Cube Days IV with Lars Halvard Halle and Fabien Pazuki,

University of Copenhagen, June 3rd-4th 2016

### Some links

Algebra and Number theory group at University of Copenhagen

Nordic Number theory Network (N-cube)