Amadou Bah
I am a Ritt assistant professor in the mathematics department of Columbia University since September 2021, working in Arithmetic Algebraic geometry.
Before that, I was PhD student at Université ParisSaclay. I was based at the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques, where my advisor was Ahmed Abbes.
Department of Mathematics,
Columbia University,
2990 Broadway
New York, NY, 10027
Office Room: 716
Email : bah@math.columbia.edu
My (shorter) CV is available here.
Research interests

Ramification theory of ladic sheaves; Swan conductors, characteristic cycles and their use in Arithmetic Geometry.
 Ramification phenomena in the local Langlands correspondence (nascent interest)
Research papers
Seminars at Columbia
Current Teaching

I am teaching Math 1101 (Calculus I), Fall 2022, at Columbia University.
Past Teaching
 I taught Math 1101 (Calculus I), Fall 2021 & Math 2010 (Linear algebra), Spring 2022, at Columbia University

I TAed MDD (Structures algébriques) Fall 2020, at Université ParisSaclay.

I TAed Math 202 (Algèbre linéaire) Fall 20182019, at Université ParisSaclay.

I TAed Math 191 (Mathématiques de la modélisation) Fall 20182020, at Université ParisSaclay.
Miscellaneous

My Ph.D thesis is available here.