## Curriculum Vitae## Full nameJulia Wolf ## Contact
## Employment• 2018 - present:
University lecturer, Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge, 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, and German fluent, working Spanish and Italian, basic 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
• Organiser of a Mini-Symposium on "Additive Combinatorics" at the British Combinatorial Conference, 29th July-2nd August 2019.
## 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
• September 2019: Heilbronn Annual Conference, University of Bristol.
## Invited lecture series• August 2015: AGRA 2015: Summer school on arithmetic, groups and analysis, CIMPA, Cusco, Peru [in Spanish].
## Research supervision
• 2014 - 2018: supervised 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
• 2019: Oxford Mathematics Public Lecture, University of Oxford. ## Widening participation
• 2018: PROMYS lecture, University of Oxford. ## Refereeing and reviewing
• 2015 - present: Founding editor of the arXiv overlay journal Discrete Analysis
## Other professional activities
• 2015-2018: 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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