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  1. Commutative Algebra: with a View Toward Algebraic Geometry (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) by David Eisenbud, 1999-02-11
  2. Algebraic Geometry in East Asia: Proceedings of the Symposium
  3. Algebraic Integrability, Painlevé Geometry and Lie Algebras (Ergebnisse der Mathematik und ihrer Grenzgebiete. 3. Folge / A Series of Modern Surveys in Mathematics) by Mark Adler, Pierre van Moerbeke, et all 2004-10-15
  4. Geometric Modeling and Algebraic Geometry
  5. Algorithms in Real Algebraic Geometry (Algorithms and Computation in Mathematics) by Saugata Basu, Richard Pollack, et all 2006-08-21
  6. Selected Topics in Algebraic Geometry/2 Volumes in 1 (AMS Chelsea Publishing) by Virgil Snyder, 1970-10
  7. Algebraic Geometry by Daniel Bump, 1998-11
  8. Introduction to algebraic geometry by David Mumford, 1967
  9. ON RIEMANN'S THEORY OF ALGEBRAIC FUNCTIONS AND THEIR INTEGRALS: A Supplement to the Usual Treatises by Felix Klein, 2007-04-15
  10. A Concise Course in Algebraic Topology (Chicago Lectures in Mathematics) by J. P. May, 1999-09-01
  11. The Arithmetic and Geometry of Algebraic Cycles (NATO SCIENCE SERIES: C Mathematical and Physical Sciences) by Stefan Muller-Stach, 2000-02-29
  12. Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series)
  13. Algebraic Curves: An Introduction to Algebraic Geometry (Advanced Book Classics) by William Fulton, 1989-03
  14. Algebraic Geometry: A Volume in Memory of Paolo Francia

81. Nagaraj, D.S.
Institute of Mathematical Sciences, C.I.T., Chennai. Algebraic number theory, algebraic geometry.
I am interested in the following areas of Mathematics: Algebraic Geometry and Algebraic Number theory.
List of publications
  • On the moduli of curves with theta-characteristics
    Compositio Mathematica, Vol 75, P. 287-297, 1990.
  • The stucture of Iwasawa module associated with a $Z^r_p$-extension of a p-adic local field of characteristic
    Journal of Number theory,Vol 38,No 1, P. 52-57, May 1991.
  • (with A.R.Aithal) Splitting types of holomorphic bundles associateted to some hormonic maps.
    Comm. In Algebra Vol 21 (10), P. 3727-3731, 1993.
  • (with S.Ramanan) Polarisation of type (1,2, ... ,2) on Abelian varieties
    Duke Journal of Mathematics, (Pages, 157 - 194), Vol.80, No.1, Oct.1995.
  • (with C.S.Seshadri) Degenerations of the moduli spaces of vector bundles on curves I
    Proc.Indian Acad. Sci (Math. Sci.), Vol. 107, No. 2, pp 101-137, May 1997.
  • (with Indranil Biswas) Parabolic ample bundles, II: Connectivity of zero locus of a class of sections
    Topology, Vol. 37, No. 4, pp. 781-789, 1998.
  • (with Laytimi Fatima) On the Maximal Degeneracy Loci and the secant vector bundle
    Jour. of Math. Sci.(Newyork) 94 (1999), No.1, 1068-1072.

82. Jing Yu
Academia Sinica, Taiwan. Number theory, Arithmetical algebraic geometry. Arithmetic of function fields, transcendence theory. Symbolic computation.
Jing Yu ¡@¡@Jing Yu received a B.S. in Mathematics from National Taiwan Normal University. Afterwards he went to the United States and studied Mathematics at Yale University with Serge Lang. He went back to Taiwan immediately after receiving his Ph.D in 1980 and joined the Academia Sinica as an associated research fellow. In the year 1982/84 he traveled to France, as Boursier du gouvernement francais at Orsay (Universite de Paris-Sud). He was promoted to research fellow by the Academia Sinica in 1985. In the year 1987/88, he was a member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton. He has also been a visiting member at the Max Planck Institut fur Mathematik in Germany. ¡@¡@As a descendent of the Artin school, Jing Yu is interested in all phases of Number Theory and Arithmetical Algebraic Geometry. In recent years he has done major works in the arithmetic of function fields, especially transcendence theory. He is also interested in doing symbolic computations with computer. ¡@¡@
  • A Cuspidal class number formula for the modular curves X(N) , Mathematische Annalen, 252(1980), 197-216.
  • 83. ANU - Mathematical Sciences Institute (MSI) - Events - Special Year 2003
    Special Year on algebraic geometry and Topology. The year 2003 is a Special Year on algebraic geometry and Topology within the Mathematical Sciences Institute.
    Skip Navigation ANU Home Search ANU Mathematical Sciences Institute (MSI) Events - Special Year 2003 MSI Home People Research Study ... Jobs Special Year 2003 Home Events Programs Participants ... Algebra and Topology Program MSI Intranet Internal pages Quick Links Search MSI Contact us
    Special Year on Algebraic Geometry and Topology
    with partial financial support provided by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute
    The year 2003 is a Special Year on Algebraic Geometry and Topology within the Mathematical Sciences Institute There have been some major events during this year, such as conferences, workshops and symposia. However, the Special Year is also a chance for local, national and international mathematicians to simply get together. Programs are available for the Workshop on Representation Theory , the Conference on Topology , and the Minimal Models Activity . There is also a map of locations including further accommodation and visitor details (1.1MB PDF file). Amnon Neeman

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    84. Gardener, Tim
    Oxford University Model theory of the p-adics, group theory, algebraic geometry.

    2001 Annapolis algebraic geometry Conference. In memory of Ruth Michler. October 2528, 2001. US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
    2001 Annapolis Algebraic Geometry Conference
    In memory of Ruth Michler
    October 25-28, 2001
    U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
    TOPICS: Singularities, Commutative Algebra, Computational Methods and Applications REGISTRATION: Please notify Caroline Melles if you will attend, even if you aren't giving a talk, to facilitate planning. A registration fee ($25 for mathematicians with full-time employment; $15 for graduate students and others) is payable on arrival. ORGANIZERS: Caroline Grant Melles, U. S. Naval Academy, 410-293-6722 (fax 410-293-4883)
    Lee J. McEwan, The Ohio State University, 419-755-4257
    Gary Kennedy, The Ohio State University, 419-755-4291
    Kristin Lauter, Microsoft Research, 425-703-8335 Program Speakers Travel Information ... Proceedings
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    86. Shou-Wu Zhang's HomePage
    Columbia University. Arithmetic algebraic geometry.
    Shou -Wu Zhang
    Professor of Mathematics
    Department of Mathematics Columbia University 2990 Broadway New York NY USA email: Office: 514 Mathematics Phone: (212)854-6362 Fax: (212)854-8962
    Teaching ( Fall
    Topics in Arithmetic Geometry Monday and Wednesday 10:35-11:50AM, Math 507 Calculus IIA Monday and Wednesday , Math 312 Office hours Monday and Wednesday 1:30-2:30 PM , Math 514
    Seminars ( Fall
    Joint Number Theory Seminar Thursday, 5-7 PM, Columbia-CUNY-NYU Workshop on Arithmetic Geometry Tuesday and Thursday, 10-12 NOON, Math 528
    Gross- Zagier formula for GL(2) II, Preprint (2002) Elliptic curves, L-functions, and CM-points, Current Developments in Mathematics(2001), pp. 179-219 ... 2), Asia J. Math. 5, No 2, 183-290 (2001)

    87. Number Theory And Algebraic Geometry Seminar
    Number Theory and algebraic geometry Seminar. Spring Semester 2004. March 10, 2004. Other links Number Theory and algebraic geometry Research Group at BGU.
    Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry Seminar
    Spring Semester 2004
    March 10, 2004 Alexander Gurevich (BGU) p-adic period map for the Lubin-Tate moduli space (abstract) March 17, 2004 Kobi Snitz (BGU) Representation numbers of ternary quadratic forms (abstract) and Mikhail Kulikov (Moscow State University) Horocycle flow without minimal sets (abstract) March 24, 2004 Alexander Gurevich (BGU) p-adic period map for the Lubin-Tate moduli space (continued) (abstract) March 31, 2004 Amnon Yekutieli (BGU) Grothendieck Duality via Rigid Dualizing Complexes and Differential Graded Alge bras (abstract) April 21, 2004 Amos Nevo (Technion) Between measure preserving and amenable actions a structure theory for semis imple Lie group actions. (abstract ) April 28, 2004 Barak Weiss (BGU) Distribution of lattice orbits on homogeneous varieties of semisimple Lie groups . (abstract) May 5, 2004 Amnon Besser (BGU) A short proof of a formula of de Shalit (abstract) May 12, 2004

    88. Dr T.A. Fisher
    University of Cambridge. Arithmetical algebraic geometry, specifically descent calculations for elliptic curves. Papers, slides, notes.
    Department of Pure Mathematics
    and Mathematical Statistics DPMMS People Dr T.A. Fisher
    Dr T.A. Fisher
    Title: University Lecturer
    College: Trinity College
    Room: E1.09
    Tel: +44 1223 764275
    Personal Home Page
    Research Interests: My research interests are in arithmetical algebraic geometry, specifically descent calculations for elliptic curves. This means that I am interested in making practical the computation of Selmer groups for elliptic curves over number fields, and in using geometric methods to investigate the Tate-Shafarevich group.
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    89. Institute For Mathematics And Its Applications
    PRELIMINARY PROGRAM. IMA Special Thematic Year on. Applications of algebraic geometry. Fall Quarter (September December, 2006). Algorithms in algebraic geometry.
    Contact Information
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    IMA Special Thematic Year on
    Applications of Algebraic Geometry
    September 2006 - June 2007 Organizing Committee: Name/E-mail Address Present Institution Dimitris Bertsimas
    Sloan School of Management
    MIT Pablo A. Parrilo
    Automatic Control Laboratory
    Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Michael Stillman
    Department of Mathematics
    Cornell University Bernd Sturmfels
    Department of Mathematics
    University of California, Berkeley

    90. Ellenberg, Jordan
    Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, Princeton University. Subjects arithmetic algebraic geometry, number theory.
    Jordan S. Ellenberg
    Assistant Professor of Mathematics 808 Fine Hall
    Department of Mathematics
    Washington Road
    Princeton, NJ 08544 e-mail: I've been teaching at Princeton since the fall of 1998. My field is arithmetic algebraic geometry: my specific interests include rational points on varieties, Galois representations attached to varieties and their fundamental groups, non-abelian Iwasawa theory, counting arithmetic objects, automorphic forms, Hilbert-Blumenthal abelian varieties, Q -curves, curves of low genus, Serre's conjecture, the ABC conjecture, and Diophantine problems related to all of the above. In Fall 2003, I am teaching Math 214, "Numbers, Equations, and Proofs." This course, being given for the third time this term, uses classical number theory as a vehicle for teaching the concepts and techniques of higher mathematics. Papers and Preprints My CV ( .dvi version or .pdf version Personal Page Teaching Barry Mazur's Mathematical Genealogy ...
    Send me e-mail
    Jordan Ellenberg * * revised 28 Aug 2001

    91. Mulmuley, Ketan
    Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Complexity theory, algebraic geometry, Computational Geometry, Parallel algorithms, Semantics of Programming Languages

    92. Algebraic Geometry And Arithmetic Curves
    algebraic geometry and Arithmetic Curves. Oxford Graduate Texts in Mathematics, 6 (2002), Oxford University Press, 576 pages, 63 figures.
    Algebraic Geometry and Arithmetic Curves
    Oxford Graduate Texts in Mathematics

    Oxford University Press

    576 pages, 63 figures.
    ISBN 0-19-850284-2
    This book provides a general introduction to the theory of schemes, followed by applications to arithmetic surfaces and to the theory of reduction of algebraic curves.
    The book is essentially self-contained, including the necessary material on commutative algebra. The prerequisites are therefore few, and the book should suit a graduate student. It contains many examples and nearly six hundred exercises.
    Prof. Dr. Werner Kleinert (Berlin) wrote in Zentralblatt Math.
    As to the first [part], purely algebro-geometric part of the book, it seems fair to say that this is, after A. Grothendieck's voluminous treatise "Éléments de géométrie algébrique. IIV" (EGA IIV), the most comprehensive and detailed elaboration of the theory of algebraic schemes available in (text-)book form, whereas the second, merely arithmetic part provides the very first systematic and coherent introduction to the advanced theory of arithmetic curves and surfaces at all. Moreover, the entire text is arranged in such exhaustive a way that the book is essentially self-contained, keeping the prerequisites at a minimum, and perfectly suitable for seasoned graduate students. Another feature of this highly valuable book on algebraic and arithmetic geometry is provided by the vast amount of illustrating, theoretically important examples as well as by the approximately six hundred included exercises.

    93. What IS A Jordan Algebra?
    Includes generalizations, and algebraic geometry. Notes and links by Tony Smith.
    Tony Smith's Home Page
    What IS a Jordan-like Algebra?
    Jordan Algebras Generalizations , and Algebraic Geometry Exceptional Jordan and Lie Structures Jordan, Hilbert, D4, and Cl(8) Jordan Algebras and Severi Varieties ... Here is some early history of my D4-D5-E6-E7-E8 VoDou Physics Model To construct a Jordan Algebra: Start with n x n matrices A and B, with entries that are elements of one of the division algebras over the reals: the real numbers; the complex numbers; the quaternions; or the octonions. Consider the matrix product AB. Note that the product AB can be decomposed into antisymmetric and symmetric parts: AB = (1/2)(AB - BA) + (1/2)(AB + BA) R ecall that the Lie algebra product is John Baez , in his Week 162 , has an excellent introduction to Jordan Algebras. John Baez says:
    • The algebra of n x n self-adjoint real matrices with the product x o y = (xy + yx)/2. The algebra of n x n self-adjoint complex matrices with the product x o y = (xy + yx)/2. The algebra of n x n self-adjoint quaternionic matrices with the product x o y = (xy + yx)/2. Clifford algebra The algebra of 3 x 3 self-adjoint octonionic matrices with the product x o y = (xy + yx)/2. This is called the "exceptional Jordan algebra".

    94. OUP: Algebraic Geometry And Arithmetic Curves: Liu
    algebraic geometry and Arithmetic Curves. Readership Graduate students in algebraic geometry and number theory. Contents/contributors.
    VIEW BASKET Quick Links About OUP Career Opportunities Contacts Need help? Search the Catalogue Site Index American National Biography Booksellers' Information Service Children's Fiction and Poetry Children's Reference Dictionaries Dictionary of National Biography Digital Reference English Language Teaching Higher Education Textbooks Humanities International Education Unit Journals Law Medicine Music Oxford English Dictionary Reference Rights and Permissions Science School Books Social Sciences World's Classics UK and Europe Book Catalogue Help with online ordering How to order Postage Returns policy ... Table of contents
    Algebraic Geometry and Arithmetic Curves
    Qing Liu Reine Erne
    Publication date: 9 May 2002
    Oxford University Press 592 pages, numerous figures, 234mm x 156mm
    Series: Oxford Graduate Texts in Mathematics (0-19-961947-6)
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    • Contains nearly 600 exercises to help students assimilate the information and test themselves
    • Explains both theory and applications clearly
    • Makes important current research accessible to graduate students

    • 'Will be useful to graduate students as an introduction to arithmetic algebraic geometry, and to more advanced readers and experts in the field.' -

    95. Second Announcement - NATO Advanced Research Workshop At Eilat
    NATO Advanced Research Workshop. Eilat, Israel. 25 February 1 March 2001.
    NATO Advanced Research Workshop
    Application of Algebraic Geometry
    to Coding Theory, Physics, and Computation
    Eilat Princess Hotel
    February 25 - March 1, 2001
    Second Announcement
    (you may download this announcement as LaTeX DVI or PostScript file) The goal of the workshop is to present some of the best recent work in algebraic geometry with emphasis on possible relations with and applications to mathematical physics, coding theory, industrial and computational aspects. Proceedings will be published with the contribution of NATO. Sponsors: NATO Scientific Affairs Division Emmy Noether Research Institute of Mathematics in Bar-Ilan University. Scientific Committee: Ciro Ciliberto (University of Roma "Tor Vergata"), F. Hirzebruch (MPI, Bonn), R. Miranda (Colorado State University), M. Teicher (Bar-Ilan University). Organizing Committee: (just click over here to send us a message)
    Ciro Ciliberto, A. Calabri and F. Tovena (Univ. of Roma "Tor Vergata"); B. Kunyavskii and M. Teicher (Bar-Ilan Univ.). Key Speakers: Registered participants: Z. Amina (Ramallah), M. Amram (Ramat-Gan), M. Andreatta (Trento), E. Arbarello (Rome), T. Bandman (Ramat-Gan), C. Bartocci (Genova), Y. Ben-Yitschak (Ramat-Gan), L. Chiantini (Siena), A. Conte (Turin), M. Cornalba (Pavia), G. Danila (Warwick), D. Garber (Ramat-Gan), B. Gordon (Arlington), V. Iskovskih (Moscow), V. Kanev (Sofia), S. Kaplan (Ramat-Gan), A. Kleks (Ramat-Gan), A. Koudriavtsev (Moscow), A. Kouvidakis (Crete), E. Izadi (Athens), A. Langer (Warwick), M. Marchisio (Turin), H.A. Mohammed (Abu-Dis), M. Mella (Ferrara), M. Mendes-Lopez (Lisbon), U. Onn (Haifa), F. Orecchia (Naples), G. Ottaviani (Florence), C. Pedrini (Genova), F. Pioli (Trieste), M. Salvetti (Pisa), T. Shmiel (Ramat-Gan), E. Shustin (Tel Aviv), B. Szendroi (Warwick), P. Tannenbaum (Fresno), M. Uludag (Istanbul), A. Verra (Rome), S. Zur (Ramat-Gan).

    96. Wiley::Principles Of Algebraic Geometry
    By Keyword, Wiley Mathematics Statistics Geometry Topology Principles of algebraic geometry.
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    97. A London Mathematical Society Meeting And Workshop
    London Mathematical Society Meeting and Workshop. University of Liverpool, UK; 58 June 2002.
    London Mathematical Society Meeting and Workshop
    KNOT THEORY, ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY AND RELATED TOPICS University of Liverpool, Wednesday 5 June 2002 (LMS Meeting) Thursday 6 - Saturday 8 June 2002 (LMS Workshop) Organising Committee: Hugh Morton, Peter Newstead, Peter Giblin
    Note that both talks on Wednesday are intended for a general mathematical audience 3.00 LMS Business 3.15 Professor Lou Kauffman (University of Illinois at Chicago): Classifying and applying rational tangles and knots Abstract 4.15 Tea What are the simplest algebraic varieties? Abstract 6.30 for 7 Dinner at Staff House in the University of Liverpool. (The cost for those not being supported by the LMS will be about £18 excluding drinks.)
    If you wish to attend the Wednesday meeting ONLY...
    then please send an email to stating whether you wish to attend the dinner in the evening (cost about 18 pounds excluding drinks). See below for travel subsidies for LMS members attending the meeting.
    Changes will be posted from time to time Two 3-lecture courses suitable for postgraduate students: Dr Stavros Garoufalidis (Warwick): The geometry of the Jones ploynomial.

    98. University Of British Columbia Algebraic Geometry Seminar
    Kai Behrend Differential Graded algebraic geometry . This is joint work with Jim Bryan. Amnon Yekutieli On Deformation Quantization in algebraic geometry .
    Algebraic Geometry Seminar
    Winter Term 2 2003-2004
    Wednesdays 3:00-4:30 pm in Math 103
    Thursdays 3:30-4:30 pm in Math 103
    Schedule of talks:
    Wed, 3:00pm Jim Bryan
    (UBC) On the Gromov-Witten/Donaldson-Thomas correspondence January 21
    Wed, 3:00pm Kai Behrend
    (UBC) Differential Graded Algebraic Geometry January 22
    Th, 3:30pm Anca Mustata
    (UBC) On the Gromow-Witten/Hurwitz correspondence - after A.Okounkov and R.Pandharipande January 28
    Wed, 3:00pm Grégory Berhuy
    (UBC) Cohomological Invariants and R-triviality of adjoint classical algebraic groups January 29 Th, 3:30pm Andrei Mustata (UBC) On the Gromow-Witten/Hurwitz correspondence II - Operator formalism February 4 Wed, 3:00pm Maciej Mizerski (UBC) G-Equivariant Stable Curves and Maps February 5 Th, 3:30pm Jacob Shapiro (UBC) On the equivariant Gromow-Witten theory of P^1 - I February 11 Wed, 3:00pm Dagan Karp (UBC) The closed topological vertex via the Cremona transform February 25 Wed, 3:00pm Amnon Yekutieli (Ben Gurion University, ISRAEL) On Deformation Quantization in Algebraic Geometry February 26 Th, 3:30pm

    99. Ronald Van Luijk
    University of California Berkeley. algebraic geometry, algebraic number theory, arithmetic geometry and related topics. Catalogue of algebraic surfaces.
    Graduate Students Mathematics UC Berkeley University of California
    Ronald van Luijk
    853 Evans Hall Office Hours:
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    Department of Mathematics 3840
    970 Evans Hall
    University of California
    Berkeley, CA 94720-3840
    I am a 4th year PhD student, interested in Algebraic Geometry, Algebraic Number Theory, Arithmetic Geometry and related topics. My advisor is Hendrik Lenstra . I graduated at the University of Utrecht in 2000 under the supervision of Frits Beukers and Ben Moonen . My thesis was about Perfect Cuboids
    Catalogue of Surfaces
    I intend to start a catalogue of algebraic surfaces , that are of interest to number theorists because of their rational points. The catalogue will include references, so that if "new" surfaces pop up, they can be compared with other surfaces, that have already been analysed. As for now, the catalogue doesn't contain many surfaces yet. Please e-mail me about any surfaces you've encountered and/or worked on, that might be of interest.

    E. Arbarello (Pisa), P. Candelas(Oxford), R. Dijkgraaf (Amsterdam), B. Dubrovin (SISSA), Yu.I. Manin (Bonn), M.S. Narasimhan (ICTP), C. Vafa (Boston) Scientific Committee: U. Bruzzo, B. Dubrovin,G. Falqui, C. Reina (SISSA ), F. Magri (Milano Bicocca) Organizing Committee: U. Bruzzo, G. Falqui , F.Pioli (SISSA)
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    The Mathematical Physics Group of the International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste, with the collaboration of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, organizes a workshop on the applications of algebraic geometry to physics (WAGP2000). This is part of a series of workshops and schools aiming at fostering the interaction between mathematicians working in pure algebraic geometry and researchers who are interested in applications of algebraic geometry to physics. This year's event will take place on October 16 to 19, 2000. The arrival day will be October 15, and the departure day October 20. The main theme of the Workshop will be Algebraic Geometry and Integrable Systems.

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