ABC-KLM algebraic geometry, Boundary Conformal Field Theory and NonCommutative Geometry. A research network in the UK pursuing the deep connections between mathematics and physics - primarily algebraic geometry, operator algebras and quantum groups in pure mathematics and conformal field theory, string theory and statistical mechanics in mathematical and theoretical physics. http://www.cf.ac.uk/maths/opalg/abc01.html
Extractions: Meetings Information about the Network Mailing List Meetings Future meetings: Previous meetings: Information about the Network The objective of this network is to bring together groups in the UK having a common goal in pursuing the deep connections between mathematics and physicsprimarily algebraic geometry, operator algebras and quantum groups in pure mathematics and conformal field theory, string theory and statistical mechanics in mathematical and theoretical physics. The network is initially built around Alessio Corti (Cambridge), Gustav Delius (York), David Evans - coordinator (Cardiff), Nigel Hitchin (Oxford), Shahn Majid (Queen Mary, London), Andreas Recknagel (King's London) and Miles Reid (Warwick). Funding by EPSRC grant GR/R36596/01 will enable individual visits as well as informal one or two day meetings and network workshops. This builds on our previous more ad hoc arrangements which include the workshop in Warwick in September 1999, the
Popular Texts Textbook in Problems on Elementary Topology by Viro, Ivanov, Kharlamov and Netsvetaev draft version in postscript. The page also includes several papers on real algebraic geometry. http://www.math.uu.se/~oleg/educ-texts.html
Extractions: by O.Ya.Viro, O.A.Ivanov, V.M.Kharlamov and N.Y.Netsvetaev. This is a textbook on Elementary Topology. Still, it is not finished. Hopefully, it will not be yet another textbook. Here is Foreword where we describe the collection of pedagogical ideas and tricks, which can give the first impression about the project. To find out more, take a look on the Table of Contents I would appreciate any criticism, or suggestions either on the general principles or any specific part of the text. The last version of the whole book (a PostScript file) can be taken here Russian version, which is even less complete, can be found here. This is a survey of results on projective configurations of subspaces in general position written by Julia Viro and Oleg Viro in the form of a popular introduction to the subject, with much of the material accessible to advanced high school students. However, in the part of the survey concerning configurations of lines in general position in three-dimensional space we give a complete exposition.
Singular:Home Computer Algebra System for polynomial computations with special emphasis on commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, and singularity theory. http://www.singular.uni-kl.de/
Extractions: A Computer Algebra System for Polynomial Computations Welcome to S INGULAR May 2004: Release of SINGULAR version 2.0.5 , a minor upgrade from version 2.0.4 (Groebnerwalk, Janet basis, bug fixes and compatibitlity changes for gcc 3.2/3.3) is available for most Unix platforms (including Mac PPC Darwin) and Windows August 2002 : Textbook "A S INGULAR Introduction to Commutative Algebra" ... Springer Verlag . The book includes a CD containing a distribution of S INGULAR version 2-0-3 (for Unix/Windows/Mac platforms). S INGULAR is free software under GNU Public Licence . For registered S INGULAR users we offer the following free services Register as S INGULAR user Use any of the following links to find out more about S INGULAR
AGAT-2 algebraic geometry, Commutative Algebra and Topology. Mamaia, Constantza, Romania; 2226 September 2002. http://pompeiu.imar.ro/~eurrommat/AGAT2.html
H. A. Verrill's Homepage Universitaet Essen. Arithmetic algebraic geometry. Fundamental domain drawer and Magma code. http://hverrill.net/
Nicholas M. Katz's Home Page Professor of Number Theory algebraic geometry, Princeton University. Space filling curves over finite fields. http://www.math.princeton.edu/~nmk
Extractions: Check out monodromy.com Bibliography of Nicholas M. Katz pdf file (70 KB) C.V. of Nicholas M. Katz pdf file (6 KB) Photo from 60'th Birthday Conference jpg file (807 KB) Photo from 60'th Birthday Conference (high resolution version) TIF file (123 MB) On a question of Lillian Pierce dvi file (44 KB) pdf file (982 KB) Hooley parameters for families of exponential sums over finite fields pdf file Notes on G_2, determinants, and equidistribution (typo's corrected Dec. 9, 2003) pdf file online version (joint with Esnault) Cohomological divisibility and point count divisibility (corrected version of nov. 10, 2003) dvi file (41 KB) pdf file (187 KB) Corrected version of Chapter 5 of "Twisted L-Functions and Monodromy" pdf file (Annals of Math Study, to appear) Moments, Monodromy, and Perversity: a Diophantine Perspective Corrections to "Space filling curves over finite fields" dvi file (12 KB) pdf file (88 KB) (joint with Pandharipande) Inequalities related to Lefschetz pencils and integrals of Chern classes pdf file (80 KB) Estimates for "nonsingular" multiplicative character sums dvi file (60 KB) pdf file (206 KB) A semicontinuity result for monodromy under degeneration dvi file (36 KB) pdf file (163 KB) Sato-Tate Equidistribution of Kurlberg-Rudnick Sums pdf file (94 KB) AWS2000 Lectures: L -functions and monodromy: four lectures on Weil II pdf file (184 KB) Larsen's Alternative, Moments, and the Monodromy of Lefschetz Pencils
Extractions: Presentation This trimester is to take place at the Centre Émile Borel and will present state of the art in effective and computational aspects of algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry. Discussions sessions and seminars series will take place during this trimester, as well as short courses on the computer algebra systems MAGMA et PARI/GP. Those interested in participating in the program can register on-line at the following address Participation of predocs and postdocs is strongly encouraged. They will have open access to all the Institute facilities. Those seeking financial support and/or an office should send a letter of application to the secretary , together with a curriculum vitae (and a letter of recommendation for students only). Short courses Le critère de Nyman pour l'hypothèse de Riemann Frits BEUKERS: The equation x p + y q = d z r Manjul BHARGAVA: Higher composition laws Jean-Marc DESHOUILLERS: Explicit methods in additive number theory Effective complex multiplication in small genus and applications to primality proving Eduardo FRIEDMANN: Barnes's multiple Gamma function
The London Topology And Geometry Seminar Held on Fridays in term with interests in topology, algebraic, differential and symplectic geometry, dynamical systems and mathematical physics. http://www.ma.ic.ac.uk/~rpwt/seminar.html
Amnon Besser: Homepage Ben Gurion University. Number theory, algebraic cycles, algebraic Ktheory and arithmetic geometry. Research, publications, course information, and links. http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~bessera/
Extractions: Ph.D. : Tel Aviv University 1993 Research Research Interests: Number theory, Arithmetic geometry, p-adic integration, p-adic cohomology, Shimura varieties, Automorphic forms, Algebraic cycles, Algebraic K-theory. List of publications from mathscinet (requires mathscinet authorization) Research profile Research Group: Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry Publications On the measure of large trigonometric sums , Astererisque 258 (1999) 35-76 CM cycles over Shimura Curves , Journal of Algebraic geometry 4 (1995) 659-691 Elliptic fibrations of K3 surfaces and QM kummer surfaces , Math. Zeitschrift 228 (1998), No. 2, 283-308 On the Kolyvagin cup product , Transactions of the Amer. Math. Soc. 349 (1997), No. 11, 4635-4657 , Doc. Math. 2 (1997), No. 02, 31-46 (electronic)
Extractions: Mathematics Home Research Undergrad Postgrad ... Mathematical Education In many respects, the latter half of the 20th Century has been a golden age of Geometry and Topology, with spectacular advances in the study of manifolds (particularly in dimension 4), Global Analysis including Index Theory, complex manifolds and Algebraic Geometry, including its applications in Number Theory. Increasingly, strong connections with integrable system theory and global aspects of differential equations as well as the remarkable two-way flow of ideas between Geometry and Theoretical Physics are dominating developments. Algebraic Topology has developed important machinery such as cohomology theories including ordinary cohomology, K -theory, cobordism and elliptic cohomology. These are often of use in geometric situations, as well as within Algebraic Topology itself which tends to study much less `rigid' geometric situations than Geometers do. There have also been significant interactions with many areas of Algebra, and indeed much of Algebraic Topology can be viewed as `applied algebra' as well as being a major source of innovative algebraic ideas. Departmental research activity in Geometry and Topology occurs in the following areas.
Private Page Berge University Bordeaux. algebraic number theory and geometry of numbers. Publications, recent work, and links. http://www.math.u-bordeaux.fr/~berge/
Extractions: bibli I am a Mathematics professor at the University Bordeaux 1. My general field of research is number theory. After working for several years on algebraic number theory (Galois module structures, regulators and discriminants), I am presently interested in geometry of numbers. Christine Bachoc Richard Borcherds Renaud Coulangeon Noam Elkies ... P. H. Tiep Perfect Lattices having a prescribed perfect section with the same norm. Classification of positive forms having prescribed automorphisms, Contemporary Mathematics, Volume 249 (1999), 199204. Symplectic lattices, Contemporary Mathematics, Volume 272 (2000), 922. J. Th. Nombres Bordeaux, Volume 12, (2000), 281291. Symmetric Groups and Lattices (avec J. Martinet)
Home Page Of Chris Towse Scripps College, Claremont. Arithmetic geometry and Riemann surfaces (Weierstrass points), algebraic number theory (generalized continued fractions), combinatorics (chain partitions). http://www.scrippscol.edu/~home/ctowse/www/ctowse.html
Extractions: Interested in the Putnam Competition? Here is the official site at Santa Clara University . Many colleges and universities put up sites each year, but they seem to change and disappear regularly. Try searching on Google to find the latest sites. Each Fall semester: If you're a Scripps student interested in the Putnam, we'll having practice sessions on Thursday evenings 6PM 8PM . Feel free to give me a call or email for more information. Also, Harvey Mudd has practice sessions (which you can take as a half-credit course) each fall.
Prof. C.B. Thomas University of Cambridge. Application of algebraic topology to differential geometry. http://www.dpmms.cam.ac.uk/site2002/People/thomas_cb.html
Extractions: Research Interests: It has long been known that the existence of certain geometric structures on smooth manifolds imposes topological constraints. A deeper question is to ask whether these suffice, and if not, what additional conditions are needed. Examples include Riemannian metrics (with positive scalar, Ricci or sectional curvatures), contact and symplectic forms. In attempting to solve these problems interesting arithmetic questions arise - for example on the role of cubic forms in the construction of symplectic 6-manifolds. Other interests: group cohomology, geometrisation of 3-manifolds, application of topology to number theory.
Stanford CS Theory Research includes sequential and parallel algorithms, computational problems in databases, computational geometry, design and analysis of programs and programming languages, and combinatorial, logical, and algebraic mathematics. http://theory.stanford.edu/
Extractions: As theoretical computer scientists, we seek greater understanding of fundamental computational techniques and their inherent limitations. Research includes the development of new sequential and parallel algorithms, computational problems in databases, computational geometry, design and analysis of programs and programming languages, and supporting studies in combinatorial, logical, and algebraic mathematics. Who's who in CS-Theory at Stanford ( faculty staff visitors students ... Administrative life of the Theory student quals, thesis info, etc. Speaker list for CS theory lunches The Algorithms Seminar (AFLB)
Frank Vallentin TU M¼nchen. geometry of numbers; computational algebraic number theory. http://www.matha.mathematik.uni-dortmund.de/~fv/
Extractions: Center for Mathematical Sciences Germany room: S 4234 phone: e-mail: vallenti@mathematik.tu-muenchen.de Research Interests: Foundations of Theoretical Computer Science Publications/Preprints/Thesis: On the decomposition of lattices , joint work with Boris Hemkemeier, Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity , Diploma Thesis, Department of Computer Science , University of Dortmund, 1999. ( hypertext bibliography ps pdf poster session "Informatiktage 1999" , Diploma Thesis, Department of Mathematics, University of Dortmund, 2000 ( ps pdf Incremental construction algorithms for lattices generated by many lattice points , joint work with Boris Hemkemeier, 2000 ( ps pdf Code: Some useful links:
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