My full name is Héctor H. Pastén Vásquez, but I sign my papers as Hector Pasten.

Associate Professor at the Mathematics Department, PUC Chile.

Previously, I was a Benjamin Peirce Assistant Professor at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA; 2014-2018) and a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, NJ; 2015-2016).

My main research area is Number Theory. I am also interested in its connections with Algebraic Geometry, Complex Analysis, Non-Archimedian Analysis, and Mathematical Logic.

Coordinates.

Research.

Teaching.

Students:

PhD:

Jerson Caro (2019-2022)

Matias Alvarado (2020-2023)

MSc:

Rocio Sepulveda (2023-2024)

Benjamin Barrios (2022-2023)

Eliezer Fuentes (2020-2021)

Undergrad:

Jose Cuevas (2023)

Rocio Sepulveda (2022)

Felipe Hernandez (2022)

Benjamin Barrios (2021)

Jose Esparza (2019)

Eliezer Fuentes (2019)

Arithmetic Geometry group at PUC: Presentation.

Number theory seminars at PUC:

Undegraduate level: Number Theory Seminar.

Graduate level: Learning seminar on arithmetic.

Research level: Santiago Number Theory and Algebra Seminar.

Previously, I organized the Number Theory Seminar at Harvard during the years 2016-2017 and 2017-2018.