Marius Leonhardt

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Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
Institut für Mathematik
Im Neuenheimer Feld 205
69120 Heidelberg

Email: mleonhardt (at) mathi (dot) uni-heidelberg (dot) de
Telephone: +49 6221 54 14841
Room number: 04.232

About me

I am a postdoc (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) at the University of Heidelberg in the group of Alexander Schmidt. I am part of the project C01 (Tame cohomology of schemes and adic spaces) of the SFB-TRR GAUS. My research focusses on studying rational points with the Chabauty–Kim method. Other research interests include the arithmetic of abelian varieties, especially the theory of complex multiplication, Shimura varieties, and related topics.

Until 2019, I did my PhD under the supervision of Tony Scholl at the University of Cambridge. In my thesis I studied extra “plectic” Galois actions on Hilbert modular varieties.

Before that I completed my studies at the University of Heidelberg (MSc), the University of Cambridge (MAST) and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (BSc).

Here is my CV

Publications and Preprints


This term (SS 2024), I am the teaching assistent for Algebraic Number Theory II. As always, the material is on Mampf.

In the summer, Wasilij Barsukow and I are offering a course about the magic of solving or insolubility of (algebraic, Diophantine, differential) equations at the Deutsche Schülerakademie Torgelow for 11th and 12th grade students.

For details and past teaching, click here.

Reading Groups/Oberseminare/GAUS AGs

During my PhD I gave talks in several reading groups about number-theoretic topics. As a postdoc in Heidelberg, these are now called Oberseminare or GAUS AGs. Details can be found here.


Here you can find a list of talks I have given at research seminars and conferences:


Here is a list of conferences and workshops I attended/plan to attend.

Other stuff I have written

(contact me for the pdfs)

Thanks to Sam Power for his help and advice on creating this webpage.