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  1. Plane Algebraic Curves (Student Mathematical Library, V. 15) by Gerd Fischer, 2001-08
  2. Complex Algebraic Curves (London Mathematical Society Student Texts) by Frances Kirwan, 1992-05-01
  3. Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry (IAS/Park City Mathematic) (Ias/Park City Mathematic)
  4. Methods of Algebraic Geometry: Volume 2 (Cambridge Mathematical Library) by W. V. D. Hodge, D. Pedoe, 1994-06-24
  5. Methods of Algebraic Geometry: Volume 3 (Cambridge Mathematical Library) by W. V. D. Hodge, D. Pedoe, 1994-06-24
  6. Foundations of Algebraic Geometry (Colloquium Publications (Amer Mathematical Soc)) by Andre Weil, 1978-12
  7. Rigid Analytic Geometry and Its Applications (Progress in Mathematics) by Jean Fresnel, Marius van der Put, 2003-11-06
  8. Algebraic Surfaces (Classics in Mathematics) by O. Zariski, 2004-02-27
  9. Algebraic Geometry 3: Further Study of Schemes (Translations of Mathematical Monographs) by Kenji Ueno, 2003-07
  10. Algebraic Number Theory and Fermat's Last Theorem by Ian Stewart, David Tall, 2001-12-01
  11. Fractal Geometry and Number Theory by Michel L. Lapidus, Machielvan Frankenhuysen, 1999-12-10
  12. Algebraic Geometry and Complex Analysis
  13. Algebraic Geometry: An Introduction to Birational Geometry of Algebraic Varieties (Universitext) by Shigeru Iitaka, 1982-01
  14. Several Complex Variables with Connections to Algebraic Geometry and Lie Groups (Graduate Studies in Mathematics, V. 46) by Joseph L. Taylor, 2002-05-14

101. WAGP2002
WAGP2002. 2002 WORKSHOP ON algebraic geometry AND PHYSICS. WAGP2002 is the sixth event of a series of workshops and schools on algebraic geometry and physics.
  • International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA), Trieste
  • Research Projects "Geometry of Integrable Systems" and "Geometry on Algebraic Varieties" (both funded by the Ministry for Education, University and Research)
  • University of Genova
  • TMR Network ERB FMRX CT-97-0107 "K-theory and algebraic groups"

The Workshop will take place in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Genova. Clic here for information on how to reach the city from the airport, how to reach

t he Department of Mathematics, and the hotels The Workshop Programme is available as:
Advisory Committee
E. Arbarello (Pisa) R. Dijkgraaf (Amsterdam) R. Donagi (Philadelphia) B. Dubrovin(SISSA) Yu.I. Manin (Bonn) M.S. Narasimhan (SISSA) C. Viallet (Paris) Scientific Committee C. Bartocci (Genova) C.M.Becchi(Genova) U. Bruzzo(SISSA) A. Kuku (ICTP) G. Landi (Trieste) C. Pedrini (Genova) C. Reina (SISSA)

102. 2004 Workshop In Algebraic Geometry
2004 NCTS Workshop in algebraic geometry. 22 June 9 July, 2004. Scientific Program. Time 22 June - 9 July, 2004 (3 weeks). The
2004 NCTS Workshop in Algebraic Geometry 22 June - 9 July, 2004
Scientific Program
  • Time : 22 June - 9 July, 2004 (3 weeks). The current plan is to have school in the first and third weeks and the conference
    in the second week.
  • Location : NCTS , located in National Tsing-Hua University Hsinchu Taiwan . Hsinchu is about one hour by bus from Taipei,
    the capital of Taiwan. For a map, visit the Tourism Bureau or Weather Bureau
  • Confirmed Speakers for :
    Summer School : the first week (22-26 June) and the 3rd week (5-9 July). Short courses offered by
First Week : Lawrence Ein (University of Illinois) Rahul Pandharipande (Princeton University) Ziv Ran (University of California, Riverside) Third Week : Alessio Corti (Cambridge University)
  • Conference: 20-25 talks in the second week (28 June - 2 July). Confirmed speakers include

103. Algebraic Geometry Conference
Return to MU Mathematics Home Page. MIDWEST algebraic geometry CONFERENCE OCTOBER 810, 1999. Birational algebraic geometry. Commutative Algebra.
OCTOBER 8-10, 1999
Department of Mathematics, University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211, USA
The Third Midwest Algebraic Geometry Conference will be held October 8-10, 1999 at the University of Missouri, Columbia, The purpose of the conference is to present some recent progress in Algebraic Geometry, with a focus on:
  • Resolution of Singularities. Birational Algebraic Geometry. Commutative Algebra. Algebraic Cycles and Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry.

  • Plenary Speakers:
    S. Abhyankar , Purdue University
    V. Alexeev , University of Georgia
    V. Lakshmibai , Northeastern University
    M. Hochster , University of Michigan
    Y. Kawamata , University of Tokyo
    R. Lazarsfeld , University of Michigan M. Levine , Northeastern University Organizing Committee: Dale Cutkosky (MU), Dan Edidin (MU), and Qi Zhang (MU). Sponsored by the the MU Department of Mathematics. Further information can be obtained by E-Mail: or or by regular mail to Qi Zhang, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211, USA (FAX: 573-882-1869). An online application is available at

    104. Kevin Coombes' Home Page
    University of Texas. Arithmetic algebraic geometry, algebraic Ktheory.
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    Kevin Coombes
    Hi. Welcome to my home page. Don't forget to wipe your feet on the mat before coming in. The following navigation bar can be used to move around this set of pages. You can find it at the bottom of most pages. [Work] [Bioinformatics] [Mathematics] [Life] ... [DOWN] Have fun exploring. Just be careful; you might accidentally learn something if you don't watch your step. This page was last updated on 12 October 2002. It is entirely possible that the information contained herein no longer has any connection with reality (assuming it ever did). Feel free to send constructive comments or inane criticisms to: Kevin Coombes
    Departments of Biostatistics and Biomathematics
    University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
    Houston, TX 77030

    105. Title Details - Cambridge University Press
    Home Catalogue Galois Representations in Arithmetic algebraic geometry. Related Areas Galois Representations in Arithmetic algebraic geometry.

    106. Kollár, János
    Professor, Department of Mathematics, Princeton University. algebraic geometry.
    ADDRESS Department of Mathematics
    Princeton University
    Fine Hall, Washington Road Princeton, NJ 08544-1000 email: Office: 605 Fine Hall
    Math Department Phone: (609) 258 - 4200
    Math Department Fax: (609) 258 - 1367
    Algebraic Geometry Seminar
    Unless otherwise indicated, the files below are postscript files.
    Seminar on Moduli of Surfaces - Summer 1994
    Santa Cruz 1995
    • INVENTIONES: Please send submissions to the Editor who is closest to the topic of the article. (Inside back cover contains the current list.) ERGEBNISSE DER MATHEMATIK, SPRINGER: Projects should be discussed with the Managing Editor or with the editor closest to the subject of the book.

    107. Wieslawa Niziol
    University of Utah. Arithmetic algebraic geometry.
    Wieslawa Niziol
    MAILING ADDRESS: Department of Mathematics,
    College of Science,
    University of Utah,
    Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0090, USA.
    JWB 212
    Research Interests
    Arithmetic algebraic geometry Curriculum Vitae
    Some Preprints:
    Crystalline Conjecture via K-theory
    Semi-stable Conjecture for vertical log-smooth families Cohomology of crystalline smooth sheaves Toric singularities: log-blow-ups and global resolutions

    108. Algebraic Geometry And Geometric Modeling
    algebraic geometry and Geometric Modeling. A special emphasis will be given on applications of algebraic methods in Computer Aided Geometric Design.
    Algebraic Geometry and Geometric Modeling
    27-28-29 September 2004, Nice, France.
    Organizers: M. Elkadi A. Galligo B. Mourrain R. Piene ... F.O. Schreyer The aim of this workshop is to present new results, algorithms, developments or applications of effective algebraic geometry in Geometric Modeling. On the one hand, Algebraic Geometry has developed an impressive theory targeting the understanding of geometric objects defined algebraically. On the other hand, Geometric Modeling is using every day, in practical and difficult problems, virtual shapes based on algebraic models. Could these two domains benefit from each other ? Recent and interesting developments in this direction are about to convince us to answer yes. The workshop will try to reinforce the natural bridge which exists between these two areas, expecting as a result, a better analysis of the key problems and of the related approaches. A non-exhaustive list of topics includes
    • Geometry of curves and surfaces, Rational/implicit representation, Resultant constructions and implicitisation

    109. Yui, Noriko
    Queen's University, Kingston. Arithmetic algebraic geometry.

    110. Korea-Japan Conference On Algebraic Geometry
    KoreaJapan Conference on algebraic geometry. in honor of Professor Igor Dolgachev on his 60th birthday. July 5-9, 2004. Korea Institute
    Korea-Japan Conference on Algebraic Geometry in honor of Professor Igor Dolgachev on his 60th birthday July 5-9, 2004 Korea Institute for Advanced Study, Seoul, KOREA
    Confirmed Speakers and Titles B. van Geeman (U Milano) M. Gizatullin T. Katsura (U Tokyo) "On a stratification of moduli of K3 surfaces" JongHae Keum (KIAS) Young-Hoon Kiem (SNU) "Desingularizations of moduli space of vector bundles over a curve" Bumsig Kim (KIAS) Hoil Kim (Kyungpook U) S. Kondo (Nagoya U) "Moduli of hyperelliptic curves of genus 3 and Borcherds products" Yongnam Lee (Sogang U) E. Looijenga (U Utrecht) S. Mukai (Kyoto)* V. Nikulin (U Liverpool) K. Oguiso (U Tokyo) Jihun Park (Postech) "Q-factorial double solids with simple double points" MH Saito (Kobe U) T. Shioda (Rikkyo U) I. Shimada (Hokkaido U) A. Verra (U Rome) D.-Q. Zhang (NU Singapore) * to be confirmed Organizing Committee JongHae Keum (KIAS) Shigeyuki Kondo (Nagoya U)
    Schedule (TBA) Passport and Visa Visitors can stay from 30 days to 180 days depending on their nationalities. Please visit the homepage of

    111. Prof. A.J. Scholl
    University of Cambridge. Number theory, arithmetic algebraic geometry, modular forms. Preprints, notes.
    Department of Pure Mathematics
    and Mathematical Statistics DPMMS People Prof. A.J. Scholl
    Prof. A.J. Scholl
    Title: Kuwait Professor of Number Theory and Algebra
    Room: E1.05
    Tel: +44 1223 765889
    Personal Home Page
    Research Interests: Number theory, arithmetic algebraic geometry, modular forms
    Information provided by

    112. Applications Of Algebraic Geometry To Coding Theory, Physics And Computation|KLU
    Coding Theory, Physics and Computation. Applications of algebraic geometry to Coding Theory, Physics and Computation. Add to cart.
    Title Authors Affiliation ISBN ISSN advanced search search tips Books Applications of Algebraic Geometry to Coding Theory, Physics and Computation
    Applications of Algebraic Geometry to Coding Theory, Physics and Computation
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    Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, held in Eilat, Israel, from 25th February to 1st March 2001
    edited by
    Ciro Ciliberto
    Dipartimento di Matematica, Università di Roma "Tor Vergata", Italy
    Friedrich Hirzebruch
    Rick Miranda

    Dept. of Mathematics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USA
    Mina Teicher Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel Book Series: NATO SCIENCE SERIES: II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry Volume 36 An up-to-date report on the current status of important research topics in algebraic geometry and its applications, such as computational algebra and geometry, singularity theory algorithms, numerical solutions of polynomial systems, coding theory, communication networks, and computer vision. Contributions on more fundamental aspects of algebraic geometry include expositions related to counting points on varieties over finite fields, Mori theory, linear systems, Abelian varieties, vector bundles on singular curves, degenerations of surfaces, and mirror symmetry of Calabi-Yau manifolds. Contents and Contributors Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht

    113. AU: Algebraic Geometry And Algebraic Groups
    Columbia algebraic geometry SeminarColumbia algebraic geometry Seminar. Spring 2004. The Columbia algebraic geometry Seminar takes place Fridays at 330 pm in 507 Mathematics.
    Faculty of Science Department of Mathematical Sciences SEARCH HELP
    Conference on Algebraic Geometry and Algebraic Groups
    AGAG2004, 7-11 June, 2004, University of Aarhus, Denmark
    Sponsors: NorFa and Danish Natural Science Research Council
    Main speakers
    The following have been invited to speak:
    • Prakash Belkale (confirmed) Michel Brion (confirmed) Harm Derksen (confirmed) Carel Faber (confirmed) Victor Ginzburg (confirmed) Tom Graber (confirmed) William Graham (confirmed) Andrew Kresch (confirmed) Richard Rimanyi (confirmed) Harry Tamvakis (confirmed)
    The main talks will be given in the morning sessions. The afternoon sessions will consist of contributed talks (please contact Anders Buch or Jesper Funch Thomsen if you would like to speak). All lectures will take place at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, where lunch is also available. The programme starts Monday 7 June at 11 am and ends on Friday 11 June. On Friday 11 June, a conference dinner will be held. See Programme A list of participants General visitor information . Some travel information is available either as postscript or as pdf . Or see the University of Aarhus'

    114. L-functions From Algebraic Geometry
    Lorentz Center September 1721, 2001. L-functions from algebraic geometry. To many objects in arithmetic algebraic geometry one can attach an L-function.
    Lorentz Center September 17-21, 2001 L-functions from algebraic geometry
    Organizers: H. W. Lenstra, Jr (Leiden/Berkeley), P. Stevenhagen (Leiden) Invited speakers:
    Gebhard Boeckle (Zurich)
    Jan Denef (Leuven)
    Bas Edixhoven(Rennes)
    Alan Lauder (Oxford)
    Bernadette Perrin-Riou (Paris)
    Chad Schoen (Bonn)
    Rene Schoof (Rome)
    Jasper Scholten (Nijmegen)
    Daqing Wan (Irvine) The schedule of the workshop is now available. Please register on-line if you want to attend. There is no registration fee. About the topic
    In 2000, the Clay Mathematics Institute published a list of seven one-million dollar Millennium Prize Problems. These problems, selected by a panel of leading mathematicians, are widely regarded as the most important open problems in mathematics. One problem on the list is the Riemann Hypothesis, which concerns the location of the zeroes of the so-called Riemann zeta function. A proof of the Riemann Hypothesis would have major implications for many questions in number theory, notably on the distribution of prime numbers. Another Clay problem is the conjecture of Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer. It asserts that one can obtain very precise information about the arithmetic of an elliptic curve-or, in plain terms, about the rational solutions to cubic equations in two variables-by analytic means; namely, by examining a special value of the Hasse-Weil L-function associated to the curve. Both the Riemann zeta function and the Hasse-Weil L-functions are examples of L-functions, and their occurrence on the Clay list illustrates the central role that L-functions play in number theory in general and in arithmetic algebraic geometry in particular. `Arithmetic algebraic geometry' is the modern name for the age-old theory of diophantine equations, with an emphasis on the use of tools from algebraic geometry.

    115. Web.Page.i
    Draft of a part of a book in preparation on positivity in algebraic geometry by Robert Lazarsfeld. DVI and PostScript.
    Robert Lazarsfeld
    Department of Mathematics
    University of Michigan
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109 - 1109 Office: (734) 763-1472
    FAX: (734) 763-0937
    Monograph on Positivity in Algebraic Geometry : I am now making revisions to the manuscript. It is scheduled to come out as two volumes in the Springer Ergebnisse series, with simultaneous publication in a paperback edition. I hope that the book will appear sometime in the second half of 2004. I anticipate making substantial changes in the ordering of the material, especially in Part III. For this reason I have removed the preliminary draft of November 8, 2001 from this web page. If for some reason you absolutely need a copy of the draft, please contact me. My thanks to everyone that wrote in with corrections and suggestions!

    116. Eager Advanced School In Algebraic Geometry
    European Commission . Eager Advanced School in algebraic geometry. Eager. Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Matematica, CIRM (Trento).
    "EAGER is a European Algebraic Geometry Research Training Network
    supported by the HPP programme of the European Commission"
    Eager Advanced School in Algebraic Geometry
    Eager Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Matematica, CIRM (Trento) Dipartimento di Matematica, Politecnico di Milano Levico Terme, Trento, Italy May 15-19, 2002 Cycles on Varieties Announcement "This school is sponsored by the HPP programme of the European Commission
    as a high-lever scientific conference (see grants below)."

    Lecturers: Herb CLEMENS (Salt Lake City) and Claire VOISIN (Paris)
    Program Herb Clemens
    will do a short course centering on very concrete examples in cycle theory. In the first part, the lecturer will give a local characterization of the Hilbert scheme of a K-trivial threefold X at a smooth curve as a gradient scheme, that is, as the zero-scheme of df where f is a function on some finite-dimensional polydisk (whose points are real 2-dimensional submanifolds of X).
    In the second part, the lecturer will discuss bounds (in terms of k, d, and n) for the existence of k-dimensional subvarieties of low geometric genus (eg genus 0) on generic hypersurfaces of degree d in complex projective n-space.
    Lecture topics:
    1. Example of a Hilbert scheme: Lines on the Fermat quintic threefold;

    117. Macaulay 2 Home Page
    A new software system devoted to supporting research in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra.
    Macaulay 2 home page
    Macaulay 2 is a software system devoted to supporting research in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra, whose development has been funded by the National Science Foundation. We hope you will download it, try it out, and give us useful feedback as we continue the development of the program. COPYING The software is available now in source code for porting, and in compiled form for Linux, SunOS, Solaris, Windows, and a few other unix machines.
    • The new book about Macaulay 2 , published by Springer. The online documentation provided with Macaulay 2 in html form, ready for viewing, equipped with a convenient search engine. Search the documentation:
    • Download Macaulay 2 binaries, source, and documentation, from our web page , or from our ftp site If you are compiling the source code for version 0.9 or newer, download source code for the external libraries we use:
      Other downloads:
      • Download Macaulay 2 binaries, in RPM format, for GNU/Linux Intel (RedHat) and Power PC (yellowdog) machines, from Nebraska , thanks to Rex A. Dieter

    118. M C G I L L
    M C G I L L. M A T H E M A T I C S. algebraic geometry is one of the oldest and vastest branches of mathematics. Check it out! Activities in algebraic geometry.
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    M A T I C S M C G I L L M A T H E M A T I C S M C G I L L M A T H E M A T I C S M C G I L L M A T H E M A T I C S M C G I L L M A T H E M A T I C S M C G I L L M A T H E M A T I C S M C G I L L M A T H E M A T I C S M C G I L L M A T H E M A T I C S M C G I L L M A T H E M A T I C S M C G I L L M A T H E M A T I C S Algebraic geometry is one of the oldest and vastest branches of mathematics. Besides being an active field of research for many centuries, it plays a central role in number theory , differential geometry, group theory, mathematical physics and other branches of science. In McGill, algebraic geometry is represented by Peter Russell and Eyal Goren and is very much connected to the interests of other members of the department: Henri Darmon , Jacques Husrtubise and Niky Kamran . We are running a joint seminar with CICMA Activities in Algebraic Geometry. Initially, algebraic geometry was concerned with the study of curves in the plane and really started boosting up with the discovery of projective geometry . In this geometry, the line k k any field) is completed by adding one point at infinity resulting in the projective line P , the plane k is completed by adding a projective line at infinity to yield the projective plane P Thus P k U P k On a more conceptual level, the projective space

    119. The Algebraic Geometry Notebooks
    By Aksel Sogstad. Short introductory sketch of some topics in the algebraic geometry of curves.
    The Algebraic Geometry Notebooks
    For Non-Experts
    By Aksel Sogstad
  • What is algebraic geometry? What can algebraic geometry be used for? Classification of curves in the Weierstrass familiy Bezout's Theorem ... Automatic theorem proving using Singular
  • 120. Algebraic Geometry
    algebraic geometry. This correspondence of irreducible varieties and prime ideals is a central theme of algebraic geometry. Coordinate ring of a variety.
    Main Page See live article Alphabetical index
    Algebraic geometry
    Algebraic geometry is a branch of mathematics which, as the name suggests, combines abstract algebra , especially commutative algebra , with geometry . It can be seen as the study of solution sets of systems of algebraic equations. Table of contents 1 Zeroes of simultaneous polynomials
    2 Affine varieties

    3 Coordinate ring of a variety

    4 Projective theory
    5 Background to the current point of view on the subject
    Zeroes of simultaneous polynomials
    In algebraic geometry, the geometric objects studied are defined as the set of zeroes of a number of polynomials : meaning the set of common zeroes, or equally the set defined by one or several simultaneous polynomial equations. For instance, the two-dimensional sphere in three-dimensional Euclidean space R could be defined as the set of all points ( x y z ) with
    x y z
    A "slanted" circle in R can be defined as the set of all points ( x y z ) which satisfy the two polynomial equations
    x y z x y z
    Affine varieties
    In general, if F is a field and S a set of polynomials over F in n variables, then V(

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