Matthew Ando

Professor of Mathematics and Associate Dean for Life and Physical Sciences, College of LAS

Algebraic Geometry in simplest terms is the study of polynomial equations and the geometry of their solutions. It is an old subject with a rich classical history, while the modern theory is built on a more technical but rich and beautiful foundation. The future looks very bright indeed with promising new directions for research being undertaken, many of which connect algebraic geometry to other areas of mathematics as well as to physics.

The document Graduate Studies in Algebraic Geometry outlines the general areas of Algebraic Geometry studied here and describes the advanced undergraduate and graduate courses that are under development or offered regularly.

- Steven Bradlow, Differential geometry, gauge theory, holomorphic vector bundles, moduli spaces.
- Christopher Dodd, Algebraic and Arithmetic Geometry, D-modules, Geometric Representation Theory.
- Iwan Duursma, Number theory, Arithmetic geometry, Coding Theory and Cryptography.
- William J. Haboush, Algebraic groups and homogeneous spaces.
- Jeremiah Heller, Motivic homotopy theory, algebraic cycles and K-theory.
- Sheldon Katz, Algebraic geometry, string theory.

- Aron Heleodoro, Algebraic Geometry, Geometric Representation Theory and K-theory.
- Mao Li, Higgs bundles, D modules and geometric Langlands conjecture.

- Matthew Ando, Algebraic Topology.
- John D'Angelo, Several complex variables and complex geometry.
- Maarten Bergvelt, Representation theory of infinite dimensional Lie algebras, algebraic geometry, super geometry.
- Sankar Dutta, Commutative algebra.
- Rinat Kedem, Mathematical physics, representation theory of infinite dimensional Lie algebras, quantum groups, and vertex algebras, integrable models statistical mechanics and quantum field theory.
- Rob Leigh (Department of Physics), String theory, non-commutative geometry.
- James Pascaleff, Symplectic topology and mirror symmetry.
- Bruce Reznick, Combinatorial methods in algebra, analysis, number theory, combinatorics, geometry.
- Alexander Yong, Combinatorial aspects of algebra and geometry; algebraic combinatorics

- Nachiketa Adhikari
- Sungwoo Nam
- Ciaran O’Neill
- Lutian Zhao

- Shivi Bansal (2008)
- Jinwon Choi (2012)
- Michael DiPasquale (2015)
- Eliana Duarte (2017)
- Abdulla Eid (2013)
- Nathan Fieldsteel (2017)
- Yong Fu (2010)
- Euijin Hong (2019)
- Mee Seong Im (2014)
- Mi Young Jang
- Chunyi Li (2014)
- Itziar Ochoa
- Matej Penciak (2019)
- Mehmet Sahin (2009)
- Alexandra Seceleanu (2011)
- Jianyun Shan (2014)
- Shiyu Shen (2019)
- Artan Sheshmani (2011)
- Yun Shi (2019)
- Hongfei Tian (2017)
- Jinhyung To (2012)
- Joshua Wen (2020)

Matthew Ando

Professor of Mathematics and Associate Dean for Life and Physical Sciences, College of LAS

Maarten J. Bergvelt

Professor Emeritus

Steven Bradlow

Professor

John P. D'Angelo

Professor Emeritus

Christopher Dodd

Assistant Professor

Sankar P. Dutta

Professor

Iwan M. Duursma

Professor

William Haboush

Professor

Aron Heleodoro

J.L. Doob Research Assistant Professor

Jeremiah Heller

Associate Professor

Sheldon Katz

Professor and Arthur Coble Scholar

Rinat Kedem

Professor and Lois M. Lackner Faculty Scholar

Mao Li

J.L Doob Research Assistant Professor

James Pascaleff

Associate Professor

Bruce Reznick

Professor

Hal Schenck

Professor

Jin Hyung To

Lecturer, NetMath

Alexander Yong

Professor