Prof. Chung Pang Mok

Chung Pang Mok

Office: Room 425 Hamilton Hall, McMaster University 

Phone: (905)-525-9140 ext. 23408 

Curriculum Vitae 

Email address: mokgaussian@gmail.com


Research


  • I will be leaving McMaster University this July 1st. From July 1st 2014 to July 1st 2015, I would be affiliated with the Morningside Center of Mathematics, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing 

  • Papers:

    On Teitelbaum type L-invariants of Hilbert modular forms attached to definite quaternions (with Masataka Chida and Jeehoon Park), submitted.

    Overconvergent family of Siegel-Hilbert modular forms (with Fucheng Tan). 

    To appear in the Canadian Journal of Mathematics.

    Endoscopic classification of representations of quasi-split unitary groups 

    To appear in Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society.

    Galois representations attached to automorphic forms on GL_2 over CM fields

    To appear in Compositio Mathematica.

    L-invariant of the adjoint Galois representation of modular forms of finite slope

    Journal of the London Mathematical Society. Vol. 86, issue 2 (2012).

    Heegner points and p-adic L functions for elliptic curves over certain totally real fields 

    Commentarii Mathematici Helvetici. Vol. 86, issue 4 (2011).  

    Special values of L-functions of elliptic curves over Q and their base change to real quadratic fields

    Journal of number theory vol. 130 (2010). 

    Exceptional Zero Conjecture for Hilbert modular forms 

    Compositio Mathematica, Volume 145 Part 1 (January 2009). 

    Sato Tate conjecture for abelian varieties with real multiplication over function fields 

    Mathematics Research Letters, Vol. 14, Issue 1, 2007.


    Arithmetic Geometry Seminar at McMaster Fall semester 2013


    Banff workshop "The Future of Trace Formulas" June 1 - 6, 2014


    Other materials

    Beamer presentation for thirteenth the Canadian Number Theory Association meeting, June 16th-20th, 2014, Carleton University.

    Beamer presentation on the endoscopic classification of representations of classical groups, June 25th, 2013, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

    Lectures given at POSTECH, July 2013 on the Langlands functoriality conjecture.  

    Introduction to Laurent Lafforgue's approach to the Langlands functoriality conjecture


    Teachings


    Fall 2013

    Math 4E03, Galois Theory


    Winter 2014

    Math 3EE3, Algebra II


    Math 703, Topics in Algebra