Henry Kim's main research interest is in the theory of automorphic
forms and L-functions and their applications to number theory.
By combining the Langlands-Shahidi method and the converse
theorem of Cogdell and Piatetski-Shapiro, he and his collaborators obtained many instances of Langlands functoriality, such as the functoriality of the symmetric cube and the symmetric fourth, which opened the door to many applications in automorphic representations and analytic number theory.
One application by him and Sarnak is the current best bound 7/64 towards the Ramanujan conjecture.
- 2003-present Professor, University of Toronto
- 2006-present KIAS scholar, Korea Institute for Advanced Study
- 2001-2003 Associate Professor, University of Toronto
- 2000-2001 Associate Professor, Southern Illinois University
- 1999-2000 Member, Institute for Advanced Study
- 1995-2000 Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois University
- 1994-1995 Postdoctoral Fellow, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, CA
- 1992-1994 Research Assistant Professor, Purdue University, IN
- 1992 Ph.D. (advisor: W.L. Baily), The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
- American Mathematical Society Centennial Fellowship, 2003-2004
- Clay Mathematics Institute Prize Fellow, 2000
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