Eric Hopper

PhD Student in Mathematics, 2016-Present
I study arithmetic geometry, Hodge theory, and topology of varieties with a particular interest in periods and motives. My thesis research is on periods of mixed elliptic motives in level > 1, the KZB connection, and relations between cyclotomic values of multiple polylogarithms and iterated integrals of Eisenstein series.

My advisor is Professor Richard Hain .

Educational Background

A.B., Mathematics, Princeton University, 2016

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