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  1. Algebraic Geometry II: Cohomology of Algebraic Varieties. Algebraic Surfaces (Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences)
  2. Algebraic Function Fields and Codes by Henning Stichtenoth, 1993-06-25
  3. Basic algebraic geometry (Grundlehren der mathematischen Wissenschaften 217). REVISED PRINTING by I. R Shafarevich, 1977
  4. Enumerative Geometry and String Theory by Sheldon Katz, 2006-04-19
  5. Advanced Euclidean Geometry (Dover Books on Mathematics) by Roger A. Johnson, 2007-08-31
  6. Complex Geometry: An Introduction (Universitext) by Daniel Huybrechts, 2004-11-18
  7. Algebraic Functions and Projective Curves by David Goldschmidt, 2002-10-16
  8. The Geometry of Syzygies: A Second Course in Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) by David Eisenbud, 2005-02-01
  9. Algebraic Geometry IV: Linear Algebraic Groups, Invariant Theory (Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences)
  10. An Introduction to Algebraic Geometry and Algebraic Groups (Oxford Graduate Texts in Mathematics) by Meinolf Geck, 2004-01-15
  11. Algebraic Projective Geometry (Oxford Classic Texts in the Physical Sciences) by J. G. Semple, G. T. Kneebone, 1998-11-12
  12. Elements of Noncommutative Geometry (Birkhäuser Advanced Texts / Basler Lehrbücher) by Joseph C. Varilly, Hector Figueroa, et all 2000-10-23
  13. History Algebraic Geometry by Suzanne C. Dieudonne, 1985-05-30
  14. Higher-Dimensional Algebraic Geometry by Olivier Debarre, 2001-06-26

61. Number Theory And Algebraic Geometry Research Group
PO Box 653, Be erSheva 84105, ISRAEL. Number Theory and algebraic geometry Research Group. algebraic geometry and Number Theory Seminar.
P.O. Box 653, Be'er-Sheva 84105, ISRAEL
Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry Research Group
Eitan Bachmat
PhD: MIT 1994
Main Research Interests: Arakelov theory, Hilbert modular varieties
E-mail: Daniel Berend
PhD: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1982
Main Research Interests (in Number Theory): distribution modulo 1 (especially density modulo 1), Diophantine approximations, some classes of Diophantine equations
E-mail: Amnon Besser
PhD: Tel Aviv University 1993
Main Research Interests: number theory, arithmetic geometry, p-adic integration, p-adic cohomology, Shimura varieties, automorphic forms, algebraic cycles, algebraic K-theory.
E-mail: Ido Efrat
PhD: Tel-Aviv University 1990 Main Research Interests: Galois theory, field arithmetic, structure of canonical Galois groups, valuation theory E-mail: Nadya Gurevich PhD: Weizman Institute 2000 Main Research Interests: automorphic forms, representation theory E-mail:

62. PlanetMath: Algebraic Geometry
finite” objects. Disciplines in algebraic geometry. Birational geometry. The Arithmetic algebraic geometry. Study of arithmetical
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Algebraic geometry is the study of algebraic objects using geometrical tools. By algebraic objects, we mean objects such as the collection of solutions to a list of polynomial equations in some ring . Of course, if the ring is the complex numbers , we can apply the highly succesful theories of complex analysis and complex manifolds to address the problems; many powerful tools are available; de Rham cohomology singular homology , Hodge theory, spectral sequences and many others. We also have at our disposal all the tools of real differential geometry partitions of unity curvature tangent spaces , as well as all the tools of point-set topology . However, if one wishes to use a different ring, perhaps the

LMS Northern Regional Meeting and Workshop. University of Liverpool, UK; Meeting 5 June 2002; Workshop 68 June 2002.
LMS Northern Regional Meeting and Workshop
Algebraic Geometry, Knot Theory and Related Topics
The University of Liverpool
Meeting: Wednesday 5 June 2002
Workshop: 6-8 June 2002
Wednesday Lectures (for a general mathematical audience) 3.00 pm Professor Lou Kauffman (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Classifying and applying rational tangles and knots 4.15 pm Tea 4.45 pm
What are the simplest algebraic varieties? The meeting will take place on Wednesday afternoon starting at 3 pm and in the evening (6.30 for 7.00) there will be a reception and dinner for speakers and visitors at Staff House in the University of Liverpool. From Thursday 6 to Saturday 8 June there will be an LMS sponsored workshop on Knot Theory and Algebraic Geometry. This will include two 3-lecture courses suitable for postgraduate students:
  • Dr Stavros Garoufalidis (Warwick) The geometry of the Jones polynomial
  • Professor Andrei Tyurin (Steklov Institute, Moscow) Graphs, knots and vector bundles on algebraic curves
Other invited speakers for the workshop include L. Chekhov (Steklov Institute), L. Kauffman (University of Illinois), V. Kulikov (Steklov Institute), E. Looijenga (MSRI and Nijmegen), D. Rolfsen (University of British Columbia), M. Scharlemann (University of California). There will be an opportunity for short contributed talks. Some LMS support is available for workshop speakers and U.K. postgraduate students. For further details and to offer a contributed talk or poster contact Professor Peter Giblin (tel: 0151 794 4053/4043, e-mail:

64. Harvard/MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Harvard/MIT algebraic geometry Seminar 20012002 Tuesdays 300-400. February 26, Edward Frenkel, MIT, Geometric Langlands correspondence and Kac-Moody algebras.
Harvard/MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar
2001-2002: Tuesdays 3:00-4:00
The Harvard/MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar will alternate between Harvard (Room 507) and MIT (Room 4-163 unless otherwise noted) on Tuesdays.
Schedule of upcoming talks:
Date Speaker Place Title February 5 Amnon Yekutieli Harvard Perverse sheaves and dualizing complexes
over noncommutative ringed schemes
February 12 Sam Grushevsky MIT Effective Schottky problem February 19 Gavril Farkas Harvard Stable bundles, difference varieties and
divisors on moduli spaces of pointed curves
February 26 Edward Frenkel MIT Geometric Langlands correspondence
and Kac-Moody algebras
March 5 Frans Oort Harvard Moduli spaces of abelian varieties
in positive characteristic
March 12 Yuri Tschinkel MIT Rational and integral points on algebraic varieties March 19 Dan Avritzer Harvard Desargues configurations and curves of genus 2 March 26 No seminar Spring Break April 2 Eduardo Esteves Harvard Limit linear systems and ramification points April 9 Lars Hesselholt MIT K-theory of a henselian discrete valuation field with non-perfect residue field dvi April 16 Harry Tamvakis Harvard Arithmetic Schubert calculus and applications April 23 Tom Graber MIT Quantum Chow rings of Deligne-Mumford stacks April 30 Ana-Maria Castravet Harvard Rational Families of Vector Bundles on Curves May 7 David Sheppard MIT Morphisms of hypersurfaces
Abstracts in dvi, ps, and pdf format

65. Felipe Voloch
University of Texas. Number theory and algebraic geometry applications to coding theory and cryptography.
Felipe Voloch
Contact Information
Dept. of Mathematics
University of Texas

TX 78712 USA
My research is in Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry and applications to Coding Theory and Cryptography. You can find out more about my research by getting some of my preprints or seeing my cv . Check out medusa too. I am part of the Number Theory group here at UT. There is also a lot of information on Number Theory at the Number Theory Web I am also a member of the Southwestern Center for Arithmetical Algebraic Geometry I am now an editor of "Ensaios Matematicos", a journal published by the Brazilian Mathematical Society . The journal aims to publish reviews and surveys of high level. Here is the call for papers
The class on Applications of finite fields, error correcting codes scheduled for the Spring of 2004 has been cancelled. It may be taught in the Spring of 2005 if there is sufficient interest. I will be teaching a graduate class on Algebraic Number Theory in the Fall of 2004. For the web pages of courses I taught in the past and other teaching information go to my course gallery
Other pages I maintain
Elliptic curves and formal groups , notes of the seminar run by J. Lubin, J.-P. Serre and J. Tate

66. Harvard/MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Harvard/MIT algebraic geometry Seminar Spring 2004 Tuesdays 300400. The Harvard/MIT algebraic geometry Seminar will alternate
Harvard/MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Spring 2004: Tuesdays 3:00-4:00
The Harvard/MIT Algebraic Geometry Seminar will alternate between MIT (Room 4-149, unless specified otherwise) and Harvard (Room 507) on Tuesdays. For directions to MIT Room 4-149, click here . You can see last semester's seminars here
Schedule of upcoming talks:
Click on the title of a talk for the abstract (if available). February 3 Charles Cadman MIT An enumerative application of the quantum cohomology of a stack February 10 Aaron Bertram Harvard Proofs and partial proofs of the Hori-Vafa conjecture February 17 Angelo Vistoli MIT Cohomology and Chow ring of the classifying space of PGL_p February 24 Joe Harris Harvard The Enriques conjecture; or, How canonical is the canonical bundle? March 2 Tom Graber MIT Vanishing of tautological classes and deformation theory of admissible covers March 9 Mihnea Popa Harvard Asymptotic intersection numbers and restricted volumes March 16 Gavril Farkas MIT K3 sections and the effective cone of the moduli space of curves March 23 Ravi Vakil Harvard A geometric Littlewood-Richardson rule March 30 Maryam Mirzakhani MIT Simple geodesics on hyperbolic surfaces and intersection theory on the moduli space of curves April 6 Martin Olsson Harvard Log geometry and moduli spaces April 13 Olivier Debarre MIT Varieties with ample cotangent bundle April 20 Ciro Ciliberto Harvard On numerically Godeaux surfaces with involution April 27 Arnaud Beauville MIT When does the Bloch-Beilinson filtration split?

67. Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry
A European network of 12 working groups from 6 countries.
A Research Training Network of the European Union
Overview Partners Programme Positions Activities Project overview Developing powerful methods taken from geometry to study the arithmetical properties of algebraic equations
Algebraic equations and their arithmetical properties have interested mankind since antiquity. One has only to think of the works of Pythagoras and Diophantus, which were a milestone in their time. For many centuries such problems have fascinated both serious mathematicians (Fermat, Gauss, ...) and amateurs alike. However, developments in recent years have transformed the subject into one of the central areas of mathematical research, which has relations with, or applications to, virtually every mathematical field, as well as an impact to contemporary everyday life (for example, the use of prime numbers and factorisation for encoding "smart" cards). The classical treatment of equations by analysis and geometry in the realm of complex numbers in this century has found a counterpart, in the similar theories over finite and p -adic fields, which have particular significance for arithmetic questions. The study of certain functions encoding arithmetic information and generalising the Riemann zeta-function (

68. Lecture Notes Algebraic Geometry
Lecture Notes in algebraic geometry. title. author. source. dvi. ps. pdf. html. Basic algebraic geometry. Donu Arapura. Purdue. Complex Algebraic Varieties.
Lecture Notes in Algebraic Geometry
title author source dvi ps pdf html Basic Algebraic Geometry Donu Arapura Purdue Complex Algebraic Varieties Donu Arapura Purdue Complex Algebraic Varieties and their Cohomology Donu Arapura Purdue Introduction to Algebraic Geometry Donu Arapura Purdue Geometrie Algebraica y Analitica Enrique Arrondo Madrid Algebraic Geometry Notes Aaron Bertram Utah A Stab at some Algebraic Geometry Aaron Bertram Utah Antoine Chambert-Loir Jussieu Algebraic Geometry Kevin Coombes Univ. Texas Olivier Debarre Strasbourg Olivier Debarre Strasbourg Olivier Debarre Strasbourg Complex analytic and algebraic geometry Jean-Pierre Demailly Univ. Grenoble Introduction to Algebraic Geometry Igor Dolgachev Michigan Topics in Classical Algebraic Geometry Igor Dolgachev Michigan Algebraic Geometry Andreas Gathmann Kaiserslautern Algebraic Geometry Andreas Gathmann Kaiserslautern Algebraic Geometry Anthony Geramita Queens Univ. Kingston Algebraic Geometry: a start-up course Alexey Gorodentsev Univ. Warwick Algebraic Geometry: a start-up course Alexey Gorodentsev Moscow Algebraische Geometrie Uni Bonn Algebraic Geometry Seminar Michael Harrison Univ. Michigan

69. Home Page For Arthur Baragar
University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Number theory, arithmetic geometry, and algebraic geometry. Personal background and mathematical links.

70. Algebraic Geometry
algebraic geometry 2000. Topic Interactions of algebraic geometry, Hodge Theory and Logarithmic Geometry from the view point of Degenerations
Algebraic Geometry 2000
Report (August 7, 2000)
      Thanks to all participants and many other persons,
      "Algebraic Geometry 2000, Azumino"
      has been taken place successfully as below.
      The organizing committee are really grateful to all these persons.
        Interactions of Algebraic Geometry, Hodge Theory and
        Logarithmic Geometry from the view point of Degenerations

        July 2030, 2000
        Izumigo Plaza Hotel Azumino Oaza Maki 2230, Hotaka-machi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan (in the Japan Alps) Tel: +81-(0)263-83-5550, Fax: +81-(0)263-83-5359
      • For the schedule with titles, click Program
      • For the snapshots taken by Dr. Akira Ohbuchi and Dr. Takeshi Usa, click Snapshots This symposium is supported by Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Researches, the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture, Japan.
        Organizing Committee:
        Mark Green (UCLA), Luc Illusie (Paris), Kazuya Kato (Tokyo), Eduard Looijenga (Utrecht),
        Shigeru Mukai (Nagoya), Shuji Saito (Nagoya), Sampei Usui (Osaka) For inquiries, please e-mail to

71. J.Top
University of Groningen. Arithmetic algebraic geometry.
Department of Mathematics and Computing Science
J. Top
Affiliation Professional biography Onderwijs Research Pi in de Pieterskerk Thomas-Day Ph.D. Positions available!

Dr. J. Top
University of Groningen, Department of Mathematics
P.O. Box 800, 9700 AV Groningen, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)50 3633986
Fax: +31 (0)50 3633800
E-mail: Professional biography Onderwijs
Lineaire Algebra 1

MRI Master Class course Elliptic Curves
Aspects of Algebra Postscript files van een aantal dictaten kan je hier downloaden. Dat zijn: Differentiaal- en integraalrekening (met Henk de Snoo) Lijnen, vlakken en uilen Kwadrieken Algebra 1 (groepen) ... Algebra (ringen, lichamen, modulen; dit is een bewerking van het dictaat van Oort, Lenstra en Van Geemen) Dynkin diagrammen/wortelsystemen Coderingstheorie Algebra en Meetkunde Local fields ... Riemann surfaces (dictaat van M. van der Put) Research Other information Speeltuin van de wiskunde , edited by Bart de Smit and Jaap Top. Comments via J. Top Last update: April 18, 2004

72. International Conference On Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry
Welcome to the website of the Conference. ENTER.
Welcome to the web-site
of the Conference.

73. AG Algebraic Geometry preprints.html MODULAR FORMS (pdf). INTRODUCTION TO algebraic geometry. Lectures 1-17 (ps). Lectures 1-8( ps, pdf). TOPICS IN CLASSICAL algebraic geometry. PART I.
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4 Jun math.AG/0406066 Equivariant Quantum Schubert Calculus. Leonardo C. Mihalcea . 24 pages. AG CO
3 Jun math.AG/0406030 Vector bundles and theta functions on curves of genus 2 and 3. Arnaud Beauville . 12 pages. AG
3 Jun math.AG/0406026 Topological invariants of O'Grady's six dimensional irreducible symplectic variety. Antonio Rapagnetta . 30 pages. AG
2 Jun math.AG/0406016 Integral generators for the cohomology ring of moduli spaces of sheaves over Poisson surfaces. Eyal Markman . 53 pages. AG
3 Jun math.RT/0406034 Iterated extensions in module categories. Eivind Eriksen . 24 pages. RT AG RA
3 Jun math.CV/0406023 A criterion for the logarithmic differential operators to be generated by vector fields. Mathias Schulze . 11 pages. CV AG
4 Jun math.AG/0312059 Gromov-Witten theory and Donaldson-Thomas theory. D. Maulik , N. Nekrasov , A. Okounkov , R. Pandharipande . 31 pages. ITEP-TH-61/03, IHES/M/03/67. AG
4 Jun math.AG/0307209

74. Wen-Chen Chi
National Taiwan Normal University. Number theory, Arithmetic algebraic geometry.
Wen-Chen Chi (Wenchen Chi) Professor of Mathematics National Taiwan Normal University Department of Mathematics 88, Sec.4, Ting-Chou Road, Taipei, Taiwan 117 Phone: (886)2-2931-2611 ext.315 Fax: (886)2-2933-2342 e-mail: Brief CV Professor, 1996/8 - Present, National Taiwan Normal University Head, 1994/3 - 1996/7, Department of Mathematics, National Tsing Hua University Professor, 1991/8 - 1996/7, National Tsing Hua University Associate Professor, 1988/8 - 1991/7, National Tsing Hua university Lecturer, 1986/7 - 1988/6, University of Pennsylvania Ph.D., 1986/5, University of California, Berkeley B. Sc., 1977/7, National Taiwan Normal University Research Interests Number Theory, Arithmetical Algebraic Geometry Current Courses
Abstract Algebra (undergraduate course) Algebra and Number Theory(senior-graduate course) Topics in Algebraic Curves (graduate course) Current Sponsered Project On Some Computations in Number Theory (NSC 89-2115-M-003-010, 2000/8 ~ 2001/7) Some Selected Publications Twists of Central Simple Algebras and Endomorphism Algebras of Some Abelian Varieties "

75. Algebraic Geometry Seminar --- Fall, 2003
algebraic geometry Seminar. 400 600 pm 3088 East Hall. March 3, 2004. . . Sat. March 6, Sun. March 7. OSU - U. Mich algebraic geometry Workshop (in Columbus). .
Algebraic Geometry Seminar 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
3088 East Hall
The seminar normally meets from 4:10 to about 6:00 pm, with a break around 5 pm. We encourage speakers to make the first hour of each talk expository and introductory in nature, so that this part of the seminar will be accessible to graduate students and postdocs in other fields. Details and technicalities are welcome (but not required!) after the break. For more information, contact Rob Lazarsfeld
Seminar Schedule - Winter, 2004
Jan. 14, 2004 Max Lieblich

MIT Moduli of Twisted Sheaves and the Period-Index Problem Jan. 21, 2004 Brian Osserman
MIT Limit linear series: simple cases in positive characteristic Jan. 27, 2004
2:00 pm
3866 EH Stephanie Yang

Harvard Linear systems of plane curves through base points of bounded multiplicity Jan. 28, 2004 Yongnam Lee
Sogang University Godeaux surfaces Feb. 4, 2004 Charles Cadman
Columbia An enumerative application of the quantum cohomology of a stack Feb. 11, 2004 Kevin Purbhoo Berkeley Nullstellensaetze for tropical geometry and amoebas Feb. 18, 2004

76. The Math Forum - Math Library - Algebraic Geom.
This page contains sites relating to algebraic geometry. more . The algebraic geometry Notebooks Aksel Sogstad For non-experts.
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  • Algebraic Geometry - Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas
    A short article designed to provide an introduction to algebraic geometry, which combines the algebraic with the geometric for the benefit of both. Thus the recent proof of "Fermat's Last Theorem" - ostensibly a statement in number theory - was proved with geometric tools. Conversely, the geometry of sets defined by equations is studied using quite sophisticated algebraic machinery. This is an enticing area but the important topics are quite deep. This area includes elliptic curves. Applications and related fields and subfields; textbooks, reference works, and tutorials; software and tables; other web sites with this focus. more>>
  • The Algebraic Geometry Notebooks - Aksel Sogstad
    For non-experts. Contents: What is algebraic geometry?; What can algebraic geometry be used for?; Classification of curves in the Weierstrass familiy; Bezout's Theorem; Varieties, orbits and orbit-spaces; Automatic theorem proving using Singular. more>>
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  • 77. Beiträge Zur Algebra Und Geometrie Homepage
    Biannual journal on algebra, geometry, algebraic geometry, and related fields. Mostly in English.

    Contributions to Algebra and Geometry
    Managing Editors
    The mathematical Journal was founded in 1971 on the occasion of the 65th birthday of O.-H. Keller. It publishes research articles in the areas of algebra, geometry, algebraic geometry and related fields , preferably in English language. For fastest access: Choose your nearest server!
    Technical Notes
    Last modified 5 Mar 2004
    Heldermann Verlag

    and FIZ Karlsruhe / Zentralblatt MATH for the EMIS Electronic Edition

    78. AGATHOS: Introduction
    AGATHOS. algebraic geometry A Total Hypertext Online System. AGATHOS is a hypertextbased, online system for learning algebraic geometry.
    @import url(agathos.css); @import url(textile.css);
    Algebraic Geometry: A Total Hypertext Online System
    AGATHOS is a hypertext-based, online system for learning algebraic geometry. I developed AGATHOS while teaching a year-long graduate class at the University of Maryland in College Park. Consequently, it makes some nontrivial assumptions about the backgrounds of its readers. The most important assumption is that the reader has completed a year-long graduate course in abstract algebra. You can approach the subject in a variety of ways:
    • As a linear text following the traditional order of presentation (definition, lemma, theorem, proof).
    • Starting with a list of interesting examples of algebraic varieties.
    • Starting with a list of important theorems in algebraic geometry.
    • Starting with a list of key concepts in algebraic geometry.
    • Starting with a list of exercises that can be solved using the ideas found elsewhere in these notes.
    adj. good. (From the Greek, agaqoV n. An online system for learning algebraic geometry.
    Warning: The course in question (and consequent development) are occuring during Fall Semester 1998. The front end looks really impressive, but a great many links are still empty. Come back from time to time and see how far I've gotten....

    79. Jan Wierzba
    DPMMS, University of Cambridge. Research interests algebraic geometry, in particular Singularities and Symplectic Varieties.
    Jan Wierzba
    Welcome Contact Interests Publications ... Links
    Welcome to my home page!
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    80. Seminar KULeuven-UGent, Number Theory And Algebraic Geometry
    Number Theory and algebraic geometry, KULeuvenUGent. Ghent University, Department of Pure Mathematics and Computer Algebra KU.Leuven
    Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry, KULeuven-UGent.
    Ghent University, Department of Pure Mathematics and Computer Algebra
    K.U.Leuven, Department of Mathematics , research unit algebraic geometry and number theory The seminars take place at (unless stated otherwise)
    • KULeuven, Celestijnenlaan 200B, 3001 Heverlee, room 01.05 UGent, Galglaan 2 (S22), 9000 Gent, room 14

    Information: Jan Denef (KULeuven), Cindy De Volder (UGent) and Wim Veys (KULeuven) Webmasters:
    Wouter Castryck (KULeuven), e-mail:
    Cindy De Volder (UGent), e-mail:
    This year's seminars (2003-2004):
    • Seminar: Thursday May 27th (2004), 13:30-16:00, KULeuven, Frans Oort (Univ. Utrecht) Hecke orbits and foliations in moduli spaces Seminar day: Wednesday May 26th (2004), UGent,
      at 11:00, Stefan De Wannemacker (UGent): Quadratic forms and Stirling numbers of the second kind at 14:30, Raman Preeti (Univ. de Rennes): Multipliers of similitudes
      at 16:00, Antonio Laface (Univ. di Milano): Polynomial interpolation on P n
    • Ph. D. thesis defence:

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