Sarah Dijols

Cascade du Déroc, Aubrac, France

I am a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Calgary . Before, I was a post-doctoral student at Tsinghua University, and then at the MPIM, Bonn, and at UBC for a few months. I defended my PhD in 2018 (under the supervision of Volker Heiermann) at Aix-Marseille University. I am also part of the Canadian Automorphic Representations Research Group.


My research interests lie at the interface of representation theory and number theory.
I have mostly worked on representations of reductive groups over p-adic fields (in particular distinction problems), and automorphic forms.
During my PhD, I proved, in greater generality than previously known, the Generalized Injectivity conjecture of Casselman-Shahidi,
and worked on distinction of unitary groups by their symplectic subgroups.
Since then, I have continued exploring distinction problems (see "Work in Progress" below),
but also integral representations of L-functions, and local newforms
I also started studying the geometrical and categorical aspects of the local Langlands correspondence,
as part of the aforementioned Canadian Automorphic Representations Research Group.

Some of my collaborators

Publications and pre-prints

Work in Progress

Older stuff


Here is my CV.

You can write to me at pré or click here :

Mathematical Sciences 464, University of Calgary, 2500 University Dr NW, Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
Some of the pictures above are from Jacques Dijols