Welcome to Sho Tanimoto’s website.

I am an associate professor at Kumamoto University in Japan. Before that, I have been a postdoc at Rice University and the University of Copenhagen. I received my Ph.D. from Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in 2012.

My 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: stanimoto (what you know) kumamoto-u.ac.jp

Here are my CV and research statement.

Partially supported by JSPS, KAKENHI Early-Career Scientists Grant numbers 19K14512

Partially supported by Inamori Foundation

Partially supported by MEXT Japan, Leading Initiative for Excellent Young Researchers (LEADER).

### Seminars organized

- Algebraic Geometry/Number Theory seminar with Takeshi Abe,

Kumamoto University, 2018-Present - MMP seminar with Takeshi Abe,

Kumamoto University, the academic year 2020 - Stacks seminar with Takeshi Abe,

Kumamoto University, the academic year 2019 - 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,

### Conferences organized

- Geometry via Arithmetic

BIRS, July 11th-16th 2021 - SQuaRE workshop Geometric Manin’s conjecture in characteristic p II

AIM, June 21st-25th 2021 - Rational points on Higher Dimensional Varieties

RIMS, Kyoto, December 2nd-6th 2019, - SQuaRE workshop Geometric Manin’s conjecture in characteristic p

AIM, June 10th-14th 2019 - Higher Dimensional Arithmetic Geometry

Kumamoto University Japan February 18th-21st 2019 - Birational Geometry and Arithmetic

ICERM, Brown University, May 14th-18th 2018 - N-Cube Days VI

University of Copenhagen, June 2nd-3rd 2017 - N-Cube Days IV

University of Copenhagen, June 3rd-4th 2016

### Some links

Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kumamoto University

Mathematical Society of Japan