Algebraic Geometry

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.

Graduate Courses

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.

Graduate Students in Algebraic Geometry

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

Recent Algebraic Geometry Alumni

  • 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)

Faculty working in Algebraic Geometry