Researchers in Algebra.
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University of Essen. Commutative Algebra.
University of Illinois. Downloadable texts in Abstract Algebra, Algebraic Number Theory, Commutative Algebra (PDF).
Genoa University. Computational Commutative Algebra. Publications, CoCoA resources.
University of Cambridge. Pro-p-groups. Publications, EWM resources.
Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas. Commutative algebra, finite abelian groups, combinatorics and number theory: especially factorization of elements in integral domains and monoids.
University of Bristol. Non-commutative ring theory,properties of Noetherian rings. Publications, thesis.
City University. Representation theory of finite groups, homological algebra. Teaching resources.
Colleagues in General Algebra and Related Fields
A list compiled by Emil W. Kiss, Ágnes Szendrei and Keith Kearnes.
List of email and web addresses at the Center for Commutative Algebra.
Crans, Alissa S.
Loyola Marymount University. Higher-dimensional algebra: Lie theory with elements of category theory, knot theory and Lie algebra cohomology. Publications, thesis.
Research themes: diagonal invariants of the symmetric group, applications of classical invariant theory.
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC, USA. Algebraic groups and algebraic number theory. Linear groups and their combinatorial properties, particularly bounded generation of S-arithmetic groups. List of papers, CV, teaching information.
Folk in Group Pub Forum
Members of a group theory mailing list.
University of Cambridge. Representation theory, reductive groups, algebraic geometry. Papers.
Shinshu University. Representation Theory of Finite Groups; Algebraic Combinatorics; Computational Algebra.
University of Warwick. Group theory.
University of Utah. Commutative Algebra: singularities in positive characteristic, local cohomology, Boij-Söderberg theory
University of Southampton. Group theory, and its applications to geometry, topology, combinatorics and Galois theory. Recent preprints.
US Naval Academy, Annapolis. Groups, representation theory, Lie algebras, Harmonic analysis, the Langlands philosophy, error-correcting codes, GAP, and MAGMA. Papers, books, software, teaching notes, mathematical resources.
Kearnes, Keith A.
University of Colorado. Algebra, Logic, Combinatorics. Resources in general algebra, universal algebra and lattice theory.
Lady, E. Lee
University of Hawaii. Notes on algebra and teaching materials.
Indiana University. Algebraic number theory; algebraic geometry; group theory (finite, finitely generated, compact, or algebraic); homological algebra; algebraic combinatorics; applied algebra. Teaching notes, Putnam competition information.
Neumann, Peter M.
The Queen's College, University of Oxford. Varieties of groups; finite permutation groups; infinite permutation groups; design of group-theoretic algorithms; soluble groups; quantitative topics in group theory; matrices over finite fields; miscellaneous questions in combinatorics, geometry and general group theory; history of group theory. Chairman of the UK Mathematics Trust.
Niblo, Graham A.
University of Southampton. Geometric group theory.
University of Southampton. Algebraic semigroups, semigroup amalgams, automata/category theory, computer aided learning. Publications, teaching material, semigroup resources.
Representation Theorist Home Pages
Home pages of researchers.
University of Bristol. Modular representation theory of finite groups and related areas of algebraic topology; Homological algebra; Representation theory of finite-dimensional algebras. Publications, resources.
Ring Theorist Lists
Compiled by A.D. Bell.
University of Bristol. Representation theory of finite dimensional algebras; Vector bundles on curves and surfaces; Invariant theory and the study of rings with polynomial identities. Teaching resources.
Compiled by Jim Renshaw.
Associate professor at Baylor University. Research is in the field of Lie theory and representation theory. Includes list of publications and courses taught.
University of Southampton. Fuchsian groups and non-Euclidean crystallographic (NEC) groups and their applications to Riemann surfaces and dessins d'enfants.
Linear and discrete mathematics. Georgia Institute of Technology. Lists class notes and schedules.
Rutgers. Algebraic K-theory, homological algebra. On-line texts and notes in algebra, history; journal information.
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