## Max Weinreich

### About me

I am an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University, working at the intersection of dynamical systems, algebraic geometry, and number theory. I received my Ph. D. from Brown University in May 2022, advised by Joe Silverman. My NSF supervisor is Laura DeMarco.**I am applying for tenure-track jobs to begin Fall 2025.**

### Curriculum Vita (CV)

Pronouns: he/him

### Contact Info

Email: mweinreich [at] math [dot] harvard [dot] edu### About my math

I study arithmetic dynamics, which is the study of iteration of functions in number theory. My particular interests include dynamical degrees, billiards, moduli spaces, integrable systems, finite fields, and projective configurations.

### Papers

7. Algebraic billiards in the Fermat hyperbola. Preprint, 34 pages, 2024.

6. The dynamical degree of billiards in an algebraic curve. Preprint, 46 pages, 2023.

5. GIT stability of linear maps on projective space with marked points. To appear in Illinois J. Math., 39 pages.

4. Dynamical moduli spaces and polynomial endomorphisms of configurations. With Talia Blum, John Doyle, Trevor Hyde, Colby Kelln, and Henry Talbott. Arnold Math Journal, 33 pages, 2022. arxiv

3. The algebraic dynamics of the pentagram map. Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, 46 pages, 2022. arxiv

2. Automorphism groups of endomorphisms of P^1(F_p). With Julia Cai and Benjamin Hutz and Leo Mayer. Glasgow Math Journal, 34 pages, 2022. arxiv

1. Counting arcs in projective planes via Glynn's algorithm. With Nathan Kaplan, Susie Kimport, Rachel Lawrence, and Luke Peilen. Journal of Geometry, 17 pages, 2017. arxiv

### Notes

Topics course notes on dynamical degrees

Mapping classes and character varieties

### NSF Information

My work is currently supported by NSF Grant No. 2202752. My graduate work was supported by NSF Grant No. 2040433.