### Principal research interests

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The Tamagawa Number Conjecture of Bloch and Kato (and its equivariant refinement).

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Iwasawa Theory (including aspects of
non-commutative Iwasawa Theory).

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Stark's Conjecture (and various natural
integral refinements of
this conjecture).

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Epsilon constants and de Rham structure
invariants associated to arithmetic schemes with a finite group action.

-- Algebraic K-theory and homological algebra.

### Research Publications

For publications and preprints since 2000 see

here.

For a full list of publications see

MathSciNet.

### Ph.D. Theses Supervised

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Sey Kim: "On the equivariant Tamagawa number conjecture for Quaternion fields", 2001

Anthony Hayward: "Congruences satisfied by Stark units", 2004

Manuel Breuning: "Equivariant epsilon constants for Galois extensions of number fields and p-adic fields", 2004

Andrew Jones: "Dirichlet *L*-functions at s = 1", 2007

Andrew Parker:
"Equivariant Tamagawa numbers and non-commutative Fitting invariants"
(PDF),
2007

James Barrett: "Annihilating the Tate-Shafarevic groups of Tate motives", 2009

Claire Ward: "On geometric Zeta functions, epsilon constants and canonical classes", 2011

Daniel Macias-Castillo: "On the values of derivatives of Dirichlet and Hasse-Weil *L*-functions", 2011

Carl Hahn: "On the square root of the inverse different via relative algebraic *K*-theory", 2016

Yasin Zaehringer (jointly supervised with Mahesh Kakde): "Non-commutative Iwasawa Theory with (phi,gamma)-local conditions over distribution algebras", 2017

Asuka Kumon: "Derivatives of *L*-series, *p*-adic cohomology and ray class groups", 2017.

Alice Livingstone Boomla: "Selmer groups, zeta elements and refined Stark conjectures", 2018.

Kwok-Wing Tsoi: "On special elements for *p*-adic representations and higher rank Iwasawa theory at arbitrary weights", 2018

Rob Evans (jointly supervised with Vladimir Dokchitser): expected 2020

Yu Kuang: expected 2021

Alexandre Daoud: expected 2021.

Matthew Honnor (jointly supervised with Mahesh Kakde): expected 2022.