Mailing address:

Department of Mathematics

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

P.O. Box 653

Be'er Sheva 8410501

Israel

Physical address: Building 58b (Deichman), Office 214

Tel.: (+972) 8 647 7862

E-mail: ishaidc@gmail.com

Joint with Asaf Horev:
*Koszul duality for left modules over associative algebras
*

Joint with David Jarossay:
*M_{0,5}: Towards the Chabauty-Kim method in higher dimensions
*
,

*Sage code for M_{0,5} over ZZ[1/6] in half-weight 4
*

Joint with David Corwin:
*
The polylog quotient and the Goncharov quotient in computational Chabauty-Kim theory II
*, Transactions of the AMS.
arXiv preprint

Joint with David Corwin:
*The polylog quotient and the Goncharov quotient in computational Chabauty-Kim theory I*
, International Journal of Number Theory.
arXiv preprint

Joint with Tomer Schlank:
*Morphisms of rational motivic homotopy types*, Applied Categorical Structures.
arXiv:1811.06365

Joint with Tomer Schlank:
*Rational motivic path spaces and Kim's relative unipotent section conjecture*,
Rendiconti del Seminario Matematico della Universita di Padova.
*arXiv preprint*

*Mixed Tate motives and the unit equation II*,
Algebra and Number Theory.
*arXiv preprint*

Joint with Stefan Wewers: *Mixed Tate motives and the unit
equation*, Int. Math. Res. Not. IMRN 2016, no. 17. (Associated
Sage code:
*localanalytic.sage*,
*lip.sage*)

Joint with Jennifer Balakrishnan, Minhyong Kim, and Stefan Wewers:
*A non-abelian conjecture of Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer type for hyperbolic curves *,
Math. Ann. 372 (2018), no. 1-2, 369–428.
Erratum
(Associated Sage code)

Joint with Stefan Wewers:
*Explicit Chabauty-Kim theory for the thrice
punctured line in depth two*,
Proceedings of the London Math Society (2015) 110 (1): 133-171.
arXiv preprint

Joint with Stefan Wewers: *The Heisenberg coboundary equation: appendix to Explicit Chabauty-Kim theory*

*Moduli of
unipotent representations II: wide representations and the width
*,
Journal fur die Reine und angewandte Mathematik (Crelle's Journal), Volume
2015, Issue 699 (Feb 2015).
Published version

*Moduli
of unipotent representations I: foundational topics*,
Annales de
l'Institut Fourier, Vol. 62 no. 3 (2012), p. 1123-1187.
Published version.

Moduli of unipotent representations, my thesis, largely subsumed by the two articles above.

A Motivic Weil height machine for curves A video of a lecture given at the INI in May of 2022

Connectedness and concentration theorems in rational motivic homotopy theory A video of a lecture given at Banff in 2017

The polylog quotient and the Goncharov quotient in computational Chabauty-Kim theory A video of a lecture given at the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics in April of 2018

Towards Chabauty-Kim loci for the polylogarithmic quotient A video of a lecture given at the AMS Summer Institute in Algebraic Geometry in Salt Lake City in August of 2015

Slides for a talk in Konstanz:

Explicit Chabauty-Kim theory for
the thrice punctured line

A seminar which I co-organized with Stefan Wewers:

"p-Adic structure of integral points"
Program
Schedule

A conference which I co-organized with Martin Olsson:

Equivariant algebraic geometry

*The geometry of 3-Selmer
classes*, a talk about work of Cassels, O'Neil, and Fisher, apropos the work of
Bhargava-Shankar on the BSD conjecture

*The induction step in the wildly ramified higher class field theory of
Kerz--Saito*, February 2015 in Essen

*Beilinson's conjectures on values of L-functions*, Novermber 2014 in Essen

*From cycle-complex constructions to Voevodsky motives*,
a talk about work of Bloch, Kriz, and Levine

*The unipotent fundamental
group is motivic*,
a talk about work of Wojtkowiak, Goncharov, Beilinson, and
Deligne

*Divisors and
their intersections on wonderful compactifications*,
a talk about
work of de Concini, Procesi

*Bloch's
formula and the Gersten resolution*.
I gave this talk at an
introductory K-theory seminar,
which followed the book by Srinivas.

*Kim's*
Selmer
variety,
a talk about work of Minhyong Kim

*Deligne's
weight-monodromy theorem*

*A two-hour introduction to algebraic K-theory and Chern class maps*