Algebra, Algebraic Geometry, and Number Theory at Duke
Several of the faculty at Duke use algebraic methods to study:
 the geometry and arithmetic of algebraic varieties;
 algebraic Ktheory;
 particle physics;
 number theory;
 automorphic representations.
The algebraists participate in the
algebraic geometry seminar.
Details of individual interests, as well as recent preprints
may be obtained by consulting the following homepages:
Faculty:
Current Students:
Recent Graduates (and first job):
 (2005) Craig Grabowski (Bank of America)
 (2000) Laura Taalman
(James Madison University)
 (1999) RichardPaul Horja
(University of Michigan and Max Planck Institute)
 (1998) Yiannis Vlassopoulos (University of Athens)
 (1997) Chris Odden (Amherst College, MA)
 (1996) Kevin Knudson
(NSF postdoc at Northwestern University)
 (1995) Sharad Chaudhary (Prudential, New York)
 (1995) Alexander Kabanov
(Michigan State University + MaxPlanck, Bonn)
