## Curriculum Vitae
## Full nameJulia Wolf ## Contact
## Employment• 2013 - present:
Heilbronn reader in combinatorics and number theory, University of Bristol, UK.
## Education• 2012:
Habilitation à diriger des recherches, Université Paris-Sud (Orsay), examining committee: E. Breuillard, B. Green, E. Fouvry, H. Helfgott, B. Host, A. Plagne.
## Visiting positions
• 2017 (spring):
Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing, Berkeley.
## Academic awards• 2016: Anne Bennett Prize, London Mathematical Society.
## Grants• 2016: Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research Focused Research Grant, with T. Bloom.
## Languages• Human:
English, French, German and Spanish fluent, basic Italian and Arabic, Latin diploma.
## Research interestsMy research focuses on identifying and quantifying arithmetic structure in dense sets of integers and combines Fourier-analytic, combinatorial and probabilistic methods. It forms part of a thriving area called arithmetic combinatorics, a subject that includes many beautiful results such as the Green-Tao Theorem on long arithmetic progressions in the primes. Some of my work has close connections with ergodic theory and applications to theoretical computer science. ## PublicationsFor a list of my publications, please see my publications page. ## Organisation of seminars and conferences
• Co-organiser (chair) of a semester-long research programme on Pseudorandomness at the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing, Berkeley, to be held Spring 2017, with J. Fox, B. Green, R. Impagliazzo, L. Trevisan and D. Zuckerman.
## Seminar talks and conference presentationsFor a list of all invited conference presentations and seminars that I have given, please see my talks page. ## Talks for a general mathematical audience• June 2018: British Mathematics Colloquium public lecture, University of St Andrews.
## Invited lecture series• August 2015: AGRA 2015: Summer school on arithmetic, groups and analysis, CIMPA, Cusco, Peru [in Spanish].
## Research supervision
• 2014 - present: supervising doctoral students L. Rimanic and P.-Y. Bienvenu, University of Bristol. ## Research degree examination
• 2016: external Ph.D. examiner of P. Mazur, University of Oxford. ## TeachingFor more details on individual courses, please see my teaching pages.
• In the autumn of 2015 I designed and taught a new 3rd year project unit entitled "Ramsey theory on the integers"; nominated by the School of Mathematics for a University teaching award.
## Public engagement and outreach
• 2017: Coulter McDowell Lecture, Royal Holloway. ## Refereeing and reviewing
• 2016 - present: Member of the editorial board of Integers.
## Other professional activities
• 2015-present: Associate chair of the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research ## Recreational activities
• Numerous performances with amateur orchestras as a violinist, most recently the Brunel Sinfonia, the Cambridge Symphony and the Mercury Orchestra in Cambridge, MA and the Cambridge Graduate Orchestra (orchestral manager and section leader violin II) in Cambridge, UK.
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