David Helm

Imperial College
Office: 672 Huxley
Office Hours: Mon 4-5, Tue 2-3


Elementary Number Theory (Fall 2016)
Modular Forms (Fall 2016)
Elementary Number Theory (Fall 2015)
Modular Forms (Fall 2015)
Elementary Number Theory (Fall 2014)
Modular Forms (Fall 2014)
Modular Forms (Fall 2013)
Courses taught at UT

Curriculum Vitae (last updated Sep 2015)


  1. On the modified mod $p$ local Langlands correspondence for GL_2(Q_l)
  2. Whittaker models and the integral Bernstein center for GL_n(F)
  3. The local Langlands correspondence for GL_n in families (With Matthew Emerton)
  4. The Bernstein center of the category of smooth $W(k)[GL_n(F)]$-modules
  5. Finite descent obstruction on curves and modularity (With Jose Felipe Voloch) Bull. London Math. Soc. 2011; doi: 10.1112/blms/bdr015.  
  6. On $l$-adic families of cuspidal representations of $\GL_2(Q_p)$ Math. Res. Let. 17 (2010), no. 5, 805-822.
  7. Towards a geometric Jacquet-Langlands correspondence for unitary Shimura varieties Duke Math. J. 155 (2010), no. 3, 483-518.
  8. Monodromy filtrations and the topology of tropical varieties (With Eric Katz, to appear in Canadian J. Math.)
  9. A geometric Jacquet-Langlands correspondence for U(2) Shimura varieties (to appear in Israel J. Math.)
  10. On maps between modular Jacobians and Jacobians of Shimura curves, Israel J. Math., 160 (2007), 61-117.  
  11. Mazur's principle for U(2,1) Shimura varieties
  12. Algorithms for graded injective resolutions and local cohomology over semigroup rings (with Ezra Miller), Journal of Symbolic Computation, 39, no. 3-4 (2005), 373-395.  
  13. Bass numbers of Semigroup-Graded Local Cohomology (With Ezra Miller), Pacific Journal of Math. 209, no. 1 (2003), 41-66.  
  14. Jacobians of Shimura curves and Jacquet-Langlands Correspondences (Thesis)