Gil Moss‘s research is in algebraic number theory and representation theory. His area of focus is the Langlands program, which connects automorphic forms to Galois theory. He is particularly interested in the modular representation theory of reductive p-adic groups and the way congruences and deformations behave under the local Langlands correspondence. This often requires techniques from algebraic geometry.
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