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Title: Jack E. McLaughlin Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics
The author's research papers on this site as well as the exposition in the lecture notes from advanced graduate courses were all
prepared while the author was partially supported by grants from the National Science Foundation. The current grant is
DMS-1401384 and the previous grant was DMS-0901145.
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Some recent manuscripts:
Small subalgebras of polynomial rings and
Stillman's conjecture (with T. Ananyan).
Homological conjectures and lim Cohen-Macaulay sequences
, to appear in the Proceedings of the
Conference on Homological and Computational Methods in Commutative Algebra (honoring
Winfried Bruns), Cortona Italy, 2016.
Content of local cohomology,
parameter ideals, and robust algebras (with W. Zhang), to appear in Trans. of the AMS.
Continuous closure, natural closure, and axes closure,
(with N. Epstein), to appear in Trans. of the A.M.S.
On the support of local cohomology via Frobenius (with L. Núñez-Betancourt), Math. Res. Letters. Vol. 24 (2017), pp. 401-420.
Cohen-Macaulay varieties, geometric complexes and combinatorics, in The Mathematical Legacy of Richard P. Stanley, AMS, Providence, R.I., 2016,
Math 614, Fall 2017
Math 615, Winter 2017 Math 615, Winter 2016 Math 614, Fall 2015
Math 615, Winter 2015
Math 615, Winter 2014
Math 614, Fall 2013
Math 614, Fall 2012
Math 615, Winter 2012
Math 615, Winter 2011
Math 614, Fall 2010
Math 615, Winter 2010
Math 614, Fall 2008
Math 711, Fall 2007
Math 615, Winter 2007
Math 711, Fall 2006
Math 711, Fall 2005 - Commutative Algebra Seminar, Winter 2006
Math 711, Fall 2004
Math 615, Winter 2004
Math 614, Fall 2003
Tight Closure Lectures (Math 715 F2002, Seminar
VIGRE Algebra QR Review Material:
Jan. '04 sol'ns
May '04 sol'ns
Sept. '04 sol'ns
Jan. '05 sol'ns
Going bats? No, just the Fermat surface x3 + y3 = z3.