About me: I am Choh-Ming Li Professor of Mathematics of the Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMS) and department of Mathematics at Chinese University of Hong Kong.
My research area is algebraic groups, representation theory and arithmetic geometry. I am particularly interested in questions related to (finite and affine) Weyl groups and flag varieties, and their applications to arithmetic geometry and representation theory.
I am on the Editorial Board of Épijournal de Géométrie Algébrique, a new journal covers algebraic geometry in a broad sense, including complex or arithmetic geometry, algebraic groups and representation theory. I am also an editor of Pure and Applied Mathematics Quarterly.
Here is my Curriculum Vitae.
Office: Room 201, Lady Shaw Building,The Chinese University of Hong Kong,Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong
Office Phone: (852) 3943 7970
Here is my publication list.
Here is some selected papers/preprints.
Here is the link to Math. Reviews.
Postdoctoral Fellows: Aron Heleodoro, works on algebraic geometry, K-theory, and representation theory.
Jize Yu, works on geometric Langlands program, Shimura varieties, and representation theory.
Postgraduate Students: Haiyu Chen, Chenze Duan (at UMD), Arghya Sadhukhan (at UMD), Pek Yu-Xuan Sean
We have a weekly online Representation and Number theory seminar, RANT seminar.
We also have an informal seminar. In Fall 2021, the topics is derived algebraic geometry, run by Aron Heleodoro.
A postdoc position starting from Aug 2022 with light teaching load (one course per year).