Jan Vonk Department of Mathematics and Statistics Burnside Hall, McGill University 805 Sherbrooke St. West Montreal, QC H3A 0B9 Office: Burnside 1242 Email: jan.vonk {at} mcgill.ca I am a postdoctoral research fellow at the CRM in Montréal, in the group of Henri Darmon and Adrian Iovita. CV 
Picture by Leo Vonk

J. Balakrishnan, N. Dogra, S. Müller, J. Tuitman, J. Vonk Explicit ChabautyKim for the split Cartan modular curve of level 13 Preprint (2017), (pdf). H. Darmon, J. Vonk Singular moduli for real quadratic fields Submitted (2017), (pdf) and code. J. Vonk Modular eigenforms at the boundary of weight space Submitted (2017), (pdf) and code. J. Vonk Crystalline cohomology of towers curves Submitted (2016), (pdf). J. Vonk Computing overconvergent forms for small primes LMS J. Comp. Volume 18, Issue 1 (2015), 250257. (pdf) and code. R. Möller, J. Vonk Normal subgroups of groups acting on trees and automorphism groups of graphs Journal of Group Theory, Volume 15, Issue 6 (2012), 831850. (pdf) 
Math 140: Calculus I at McGill, Winter 2016. Course outline Math 235: Algebra I at McGill, Fall 2016. Course outline Math 596: Topics in Algebra and Number Theory at McGill, Winter 2017. Course webpage Math 251: Honours Algebra II at McGill, Winter 2018. Course outline 
Seminars and notes
Rational points on curves: A padic and computational perspective. Oxford, 24  29 September (2012) I coorganised (with Henri Darmon, Minhyong Kim and Alan Lauder) a workshop focussing on methods for studying rational points on curves, especially from a padic and computational perspective. This focus included StarkHeegner point constructions and methods from anabelian geometry, as well as related topics such as padic Lfunctions and padic modular forms. The conference website can be found here, with notes from all the talks. A picture of (most) participants. Deformation week Oxford, 16  19 April (2013) I coorganised a workshop on aspects of deformation theory, April 2013. The workshop was aimed at graduate students from different fields, interested in applying techniques from deformation theory in their respective fields. The webpage is here. Perverse sheaves and the decomposition theorem Oxford, Michaelmas 2014 Balázs Szendrői and I ran a perversity seminar, the webpage can be found here. JacquetLanglands and cyclic base change Oxford, Michaelmas 2014 Minhyong Kim, Andrew Wiles, and I ran an automorphic seminar, the webpage can be found here. Crystalline cohomology of towers of curves Harvard, 12 April 2017 Slides from a talk given at the Harvard Number Theory Seminar. Rigid meromorphic cocycles Barcelona, June 2017 Notes from a minicourse on joint work with Henri Darmon. 