# Steven Jin

**About Me:** I am a first year PhD student at Princeton. I am interested in algebraic geometry and arithmetic geometry. I am supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.

From 2022 to 2023, I did Part III of the Mathematical Tripos at Cambridge, where I was supported by a Churchill Scholarship. From 2018 to 2022, I was an undergraduate at the University of Maryland, where I was advised by Thomas Haines.

** Email: ** steven [dot] jin [at] princeton [dot] edu

## Papers

- Drinfeld-Plücker descriptions of affine flag varieties and local models (with T. Haines), in preparation.

## Older papers

Papers are roughly ordered reverse chronologically, with most recent papers at the top. The journal version, if it exists, may be more up-to-date than the arXiv version.
- An unconditional explicit bound on the error term in the Sato-Tate Conjecture (with A. Hoey, J. Iskander, and F. Trejos),

*Quarterly Journal of Mathematics* **73**(4) (2022), 1189-1225.

(arXiv, journal)
- An elliptic curve analogue of Pillai's lower bound on primitive roots (with L. Washington),

* Canadian Mathematical Bulletin* **65**(2) (2022), 496-505.

(arXiv, journal)
- Iterated differential polynomial rings over a locally nilpotent ring (with J. Shin),

*Communications in Algebra* **49**(1) (2021), 256-262.

(arXiv, journal)
- Linnik's large sieve and the L^1 norm of exponential sums (with E. Eckels, A. Ledoan, and B. Tobin),

*Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society* **55**(2) (2023), 843-853.

(arXiv, journal)