Assistant professor at the University of Leiden
Office: Snellius gebouw 233 

...on a preprint of Molcho and Wise in which they prove the representability (in a suitable sense) of the logarithmic Picard functor. I am organising this jointly with Chris Lazda, Adrien Sauvaget and Arne Smeets. See here for more information.
Autumn 2019: Linear Algebra 1. More information here.
Spring 2018: Topics in Algebraic Geometry. More information here.
Notes for lecture 4 of the intensive course on cats and mods are here.
Information on previous courses here
Raymond van Bommel (cosupervised with Fabien Pazuki)
Giulio Orecchia (cosupervised with Qing Liu). Graduated February 2018. Beginning a postdoc at the IRMAR in Rennes in September 2018.
Sergej Monavari, studying line bundles on twisted curves in positive characteristic.
Rosa Schwarz, studying intersection theory on Picard stacks of genus0 curves.
Martin Heemskerk (thesis `Derived Categories of projective Gorenstein varieties', graduated June 2018)
Arend de Jonge, working on minimal desingularisations of aligned nodal curves.
Raymond van Bommel (thesis `Almost all hyperelliptic Jacobians have a semiabelian prime ', graduated summer 2014)
Erik Visse (with Rachel Newton, thesis `Local computations on the CasselsTate pairing on an elliptic curve', see also arXiv preprint, graduated spring 2014)
Michele Serra (thesis `Smooth models of curves', graduated summer 2013)
(with José Burgos Gil and Robin de Jong) `Singularity of the biextension metric for families of abelian varieties', to appear in Forum of Mathematics, Sigma  [arXiv]
(with Jesse Kass and Nicola Pagani) `Extending the Double Ramification Cycle using Jacobians', European Journal of Mathematics (2018). doi  [journalarXiv]
(with José Burgos Gil and Robin de Jong) `Positivity of the height jump divisor', IMRN (2017)  [journalarXiv]
(with Owen Biesel and Robin de Jong) `Néron models and the height jump divisor', Trans. AMS 369 (2017), 86858723  [journalarXiv]
`Néron models of jacobians over base schemes of dimension greater than 1', to appear in Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik  [journal  arXiv  video lecture]
`Quasicompactness of Néron models, and an application to torsion points', Manuscripta Math. (2016)  [journal  arXiv]
(with Réne Pannekoek) `The BrauerManin obstruction on Kummer varieties and ranks of twists of abelian varieties', Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society (2015)  [journal  arXiv]
(with Robin de Jong) `Asymptotics of the Néron height pairing', Math. Res. Lett. (2015)  [journal  arxiv]
`An ArakelovTheoretic approach to naive heights on hyperelliptic Jacobians', New York J. Math. (2014)  [journal  arXiv ]
`Computing NéronTate heights of points on hyperelliptic Jacobians', J. Number Theory (2012)  [ journal  arXiv]
(with Steffen Muller and Raymond van Bommel) `Explicit arithmetic intersection theory and computation of NéronTate heights'  [arXiv]
(with Aaron Pixton and Johannes Schmitt) `Multiplicativity of the double ramification cycle'  [arXiv]
`Extending the double ramification cycle by resolving the AbelJacobi map'  [arXiv]
(with Owen Biesel) `Fine compactified moduli of enriched structures on stable curves'  [arXiv]
`Torsion points and height jumping in higherdimensional families of abelian varieties'  [arXiv]
`A Néron model of the universal jacobian'  [arXiv]
`NéronTate heights on the Jacobians of highgenus hyperelliptic curves', PhD thesis (2012)  [submitted version]
`Fibrations', essay for part III in Cambridge (2008)  [submitted version]
`When blowups are flat'  [pdf]
`A note on Néron models, heights and torsion points' (this is now superseded (and corrected)) by `Quasicompactness of Néron models, and an application to torsion points' and `Torsion points and height jumping in higherdimensional families of abelian varieties')  [pdf]
(with Réne Pannekoek) `Distributions of rational points on Kummer Varieties'  [arXiv]
Notes for a talk on valuativisations at Garnet Akeyr's log geometry seminar. First talk reached end of 2.5.3.
Notes from bachelor seminar talk on `Counting rational curves in the plane' at Leiden (May 2017).
Slides from contributed talk on `A Néron model of the universal Jacobian' at the 2015 Summer Research Institute on Algebraic Geometry, Utah (July 2015). The talk also included some parts on the whiteboard, which are similar to things in various talks below.
Notes from colloquium talk on `complexity of rational solutions to polynomial equations' at the Universiteit van Amsterdam (February 2015).
Notes from a talk on the Neron models of jacobians over higherdimensional bases at the Leiden algebra seminar (February 2015).
Notes from a talk on the Neron models of the universal jacobian (and some arithmetic applications) at the Utrecht `Geometry and Algebra, Geometry and Analysis' seminar (January 2015).
Notes from a talk on Neron models in higher dimension at the ARIVAF closing conference in Bordeaux (Autumn 2014).
Notes from a talk on Neron models in higher dimension at the ICMAT in Madrid for the research trimester on Multiple Zeta Values, Multiple Polylogarithms, and Quantum Field Theory (Autumn 2014).
Hamburg number theory seminar talk explaining part of my PhD thesis (summer 2012).
Basic talk on the universal elliptic curve given to Hamburg undergraduates (spring 2012).
Equations for a genus 2 Jacobian often useful/fun.
Typed notes for a talk on `Compactifications of Siegel Modular Varieties' for the `Moduli of Abelian Varieties Seminar (08/02/2012).
Slides for a talk `Functional Equations' for the joint WarwickBristol Langlands programme reading group (summer 2011).
Scanned notes for an introductory talk for the Neron models reading group
Some fun pictures coming from universal Néron model admitting stacks  feel free to ask for more details...
Sage worksheet for automatically generating questions for linear algebra exams (eg. `random' matrices in GL_n(Z) with small entries).
A page with some information relating to recent talk at Skinner's school.
Notes from talks by Angelo Vistoli at the summer school on Stacks, Mainz, 2015.
Notes from a course I taught on elliptic curves in Leiden. Many thanks to Steve Alberts for typesetting.
Page on pronouns for students writing theses.