University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My research interests lie in the intersection of algebraic geometry, number theory, and combinatorics. My current work focuses on relations among multiple zeta values and their connection to associators and the theory of motives.
I am currently a stipendiary lecturer at Hertford College, teaching various first and second year pure mathematics course. I have also lectured in Balliol College, and tutored in the mathematical institute on Part B and C courses.
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
Clarendon Scholar (2016)
Foley-Bejar Scholar (2016)
Major / recent publications:
A. Keilthy, R. Osburn, Rogers–Ramanujan type identities for alternating knots, J. Number Theory 161 (2016)255280
Z. Hamaker, A. Keilthy, R. Patrias, L. Webster, Y. Zhang and S. Zhou, Shifted Hecke insertion andK-theoryofOG(n,2n+ 1), accepted for publication in JCTA
For details of other mathematical writings, please see my personal webpage https://www.maths.tcd.ie/~keilthya/papers.html