Polynomial Rings and Affine Algebraic Geometry: Praag 2018, Tokyo, Japan, February 12-16 (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics #319) (Paperback)

Polynomial Rings and Affine Algebraic Geometry: Praag 2018, Tokyo, Japan, February 12-16 (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics #319) By Shigeru Kuroda (Editor), Nobuharu Onoda (Editor), Gene Freudenburg (Editor) Cover Image

Polynomial Rings and Affine Algebraic Geometry: Praag 2018, Tokyo, Japan, February 12-16 (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics #319) (Paperback)

By Shigeru Kuroda (Editor), Nobuharu Onoda (Editor), Gene Freudenburg (Editor)

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This proceedings volume gathers selected, peer-reviewed works presented at the Polynomial Rings and Affine Algebraic Geometry Conference, which was held at Tokyo Metropolitan University on February 12-16, 2018. Readers will find some of the latest research conducted by an international group of experts on affine and projective algebraic geometry. The topics covered include group actions and linearization, automorphism groups and their structure as infinite-dimensional varieties, invariant theory, the Cancellation Problem, the Embedding Problem, Mathieu spaces and the Jacobian Conjecture, the Dolgachev-Weisfeiler Conjecture, classification of curves and surfaces, real forms of complex varieties, and questions of rationality, unirationality, and birationality. These papers will be of interest to all researchers and graduate students working in the fields of affine and projective algebraic geometry, as well as on certain aspects of commutative algebra, Lie theory, symplectic geometry andStein manifolds.
Shigeru Kuroda is a Professor at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan. Holding a PhD (2003) from Tohoku University, Japan, his main research focuses are on affine algebraic geometry and polynomial ring theory.Nobuharu Onoda is a Professor at University of Fukui, Japan. He holds a PhD (1983) from Osaka University, Japan. His main research interests are in commutative algebra related to affine algebraic geometry.Gene Freudenburg is a Professor at Western Michigan University, USA. He completed his PhD (1992) at Washington University, Saint Louis, USA. His chief research interests are in commutative algebra and affine algebraic geometry. He authored the Springer book "Algebraic Theory of Locally Nilpotent Derivations" (978-3-662-55348-0), now in its second edition.
Product Details ISBN: 9783030421380
ISBN-10: 3030421384
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: March 28th, 2021
Pages: 315
Language: English
Series: Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics