Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Group
Faculty Members 

Areas of Research 
Katrina Barron  Algebra/Mathematical Physics  
Jeffrey Diller  Complex Analysis  
Matthew Dyer  Algebra  
Sam Evens  Algebra  
Michael Gekhtman  Integrable Systems, Poisson Geometry, Cluster Algebras, Inverse Problems  
Andrei Jorza  Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry  
Arthur Lim  Algebra and Representation Theory  
Sonja MapesSzekelyhidi  Combinatorial Commutative Algebra  
Juan Migliore  Algebraic Geometry/Commutative Algebra  
Annette Pilkington  Algebra  
Claudia Polini  Algebraic Geometry/Commutative Algebra  
Andrew Putman  Geometry, Topology, Group Theory, and Representation Theory  
Claudiu Raicu  Algebraic Geometry/Commutative Algebra  
Roxana Smarandache  Algebra/Applied Algebra/Coding Theory  
Dennis Snow  Complex Analysis  
Visitors and Post Doctoral Faculty Members 

Dylan Rupel  
Behrouz Taji  Complex Geometry and Algebraic Geometry  
Emeriti Members 

Mario Borelli  Algebraic Geometry  
Alex Hahn  Clifford Algebras, Azumaya Algebras, Quadratic and Hermitian forms and their Witt groups, and Linear and Hermitian KTheory  
Alan Howard  Differential Geometry and Complex Manifolds  
Tim O'Meara  Algebraic Number Theory, Integral Linear Groups and Quadratic Forms  
Barth Pollak  Arithmetic Theory of Quadratic Forms, Classical Groups and Algebraic Number Theory  
Warren Wong  Theory of Groups and their Representations, with particular emphasis on Linear and Algebraic Groups 
Seminars related to Algebra
All seminars listed are in HayesHealy Hall.
 Algebraic Geometry/Commutative Algebra Seminar
 Cluster Algebra Seminar
 Coxeter Groups Seminar
To see the schedule of talks in these or any other seminar or colloquium at Notre Dame, go to the Mathematics Colloquia and Seminars page on the Math Department Home Page
Preprint Archives in Algebraic Geometry, Commutative Algebra, Number Theory, Poisson Geometry, Representation Theory and related fields
 Here is a link to the UC Davis front end for the Mathematics EPrint Archives, maintained at Cornell University. It has a lot of useful information and links. Its archives include
Places of Interest on the Web
Here is a website devoted to Commutative Algebra