Lynnelle Ye

Hello! As of fall 2020, I am an NSF postdoctoral fellow in the Stanford math department, sponsored by Richard Taylor. I work in algebraic number theory. Currently, my area of focus is p-adic automorphic forms, specifically eigenvarieties.

I got my Ph.D. from Harvard in 2019, working with Mark Kisin.

I got my B.S. in mathematics with honors from Stanford in 2014, with a minor in computer science.

I can be contacted at lynnelle at stanford dot edu.



Everything is on arXiv.


Notes from Math 249B, Winter 2020: p-adic functional analysis and p-adic automorphic forms, by Richard Taylor. I was part of a collaborative effort to take and edit these notes. Please feel free to send me comments and suggestions.

Some stuff from undergrad and high school

Academic service


Here is my minor thesis about Hodge theory (2015), based primarily on Griffiths and Harris.

Here is my final project from CS 354 (circuit complexity) by Ryan Williams (2014).

Here is an amusing intro algebra exercise I participated in (2010).


My Boothe Prize essay about The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov is publicly available at the bottom of this page (the 2011-2012 book). Warning: my name is misspelled.