148 search results for “algebra” in the Public website

HEPGAME
HEPGAME is a research project that combines the world’s fastest computer algebra system for High Energy Physics equations, FORM, with insights from artificial intelligence. The name combines High Energy Physics and Games.

Links between cohomology and arithmetic
Promotor: S.J. Edixhoven

Positive representations of algebras of continuous functions
PhD Defence

ALGANT
Fundamental research in the ALgebra, Geometry And Number Theory

New weblecture available of statician Bradley Efron
Bradley Efron is a statistician from Stanford University best known for proposing the bootstrap resampling technique, which has had a major impact in the field of statistics and virtually every area of statistical application. The bootstrap was one of the first computerintensive statistical techniques,…

Error bounds for discrete tomography
Promotores: K.J. Batenburg, B. Koren

Counting problems for number rings
Promotor: H.W. Lenstra

Travelling patterns on Discrete Media
This thesis describes how complex and realworld relevant analytical solutions can be found starting from a simple Nagumo problem posed on one or twodimensional lattices.

'Maths is often way ahead of practical applications'
A secret code that we currently use to send emails securely is based on the maths of a century ago. The geometrical surfaces that Dino Festi studied during his PhD research will perhaps be used in future codes or new physics. PhD defence 5 July.

Ronald Cramer inaugurated as KNAW Member
On 30 September 2013 Ronald Cramer, head of the Cryptology group of Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) and a professor of cryptology at the Mathematical Institute of Leiden University, was inaugurated as a member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).

Groups and fields in arithmetic
Promotor: Prof.dr. H.W. Lenstra

Contact
Do you have any questions about the master’s specialisation Mathematics and Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory? Please contact us.

Career prospects
The Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory specialisation is the excellent preparation for a career in research. It is a suitable stepping stone for pursuing a PhD degree. The degree also gives you access to job opportunities outside academia.

About the programme
The master’s programme offers two researchoriented specialisations where you can focus on Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory or Applied Mathematics. You can also combine Mathematics with education, management or science communication.

Mathematical Institute
Mathematics forms the basis of many innovations in technology, the service industry and science, such as data analysis and coding, artificial intelligence, weather or climate change modelling or understanding molecular processes. The researchers from the Mathematical Institute (MI) are constantly developing…
 Kloosterman lecture: Algebras of continuous functions and set theory

Why Leiden University?
The Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory specialisation gives you profound knowledge of pure mathematics. The focus is on both fundamental mathematics and on applications in other sciences, society and industry. During your master’s you will be part of one of the multidisciplinary research teams at the…

Algorithms for finite rings
Promotores: H.W. Lenstra, K. Belabas (University of Bordeaux)

Inverse Jacobian and related topics for certain superelliptic curves
To an algebraic curve C over the complex numbers one can associate a nonnegative integer g, the genus, as a measure of its complexity.

Symmetric Diophantine approximation over function fields
Promotor: Prof.dr. P. Stevenhagen, CoPromotor: Dr. J.H. Evertse

Duality for Interacting Particle Systems
Duality, stochastic processes
 Study Programmes

Arithmetic of affine del Pezzo surfaces
In this thesis integral points on affine del Pezzo surfaces are studied.

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On Products of Linear Error Correcting Codes
In this thesis we study products of linear error correcting codes.

Discrete tomography for integervalued functions
Promotor: S.J. Edixhoven, Copromotor: K.J. Batenburg

Education
The Mathematical Institute offers a bachelor programme in Mathematics and master programmes in Mathematics and in Statistical Science. The institute also teaches many mathematics and statistics courses in other academic programmes of the university. About 50 PhD students work on a thesis in a small…

Why Leiden University?
The Mathematics and SCS master specialisation gives you the opportunity to combine Mathematics research with different aspects of science communication.

Why Leiden University?
The twoyear research programme Applied Mathematics offers courses at an advanced level. There is a large degree of freedom in choosing one’s own topics. Some of the courses are given at national level, in the Dutch Mastermath programme. The programme concludes with the preparation of a master’s the…

Why Leiden University?
The Mathematics master’s programme will guarantee a thorough theoretical basis and will make sure you are ready to work in a multidisciplinary environment. Your mathematical degree will give you the right tools to operate successfully on the international market.

Geometry and arithmetic of del Pezzo surfaces of degree 1
This thesis contains results on the arithmetic and geometry of del Pezzo surfaces of degree 1.In Chapter 1 we give the necessary background, assuming the reader is familiar with algebraic geometry.

isomorphisms, order antimorphisms and their interplay with Jordan algebra structures
PhD Defence

Career preparation
Leiden University offers you several services related to career orientation and job application skills.

About the programme
The twoyear Foundations of Computing programme (120 EC) includes mandatory core courses and electives, as well as a Master's Thesis Research Project.

Pascal chair
The Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS) of Leiden University proudly establishes the Blaise Pascal chair. The chair applies for one year and is meant to strengthen the cooperation of the Leiden computer science research with foreign institutes.

Universal adelic groups for imaginary quadratic number fields and elliptic curves
Promotor: Prof.dr. P. Stevenhagen & Prof.dr. K. Belabas (Univ. de Bordeaux)

Radicals in arithmetic
Promotor: Prof.dr. P. Stevenhagen, Copromotor: Prof. dr. B. de Smit

Analysis and Stochastics
The research of the Applied Mathematics cluster is concerned with such diverse topics as dynamical systems, representation theory, differential equations and pattern recognition.

Filterbased reconstruction methods for tomography
Promotor: K.J. Batenburg

Mathematical Institute
The Mathematical Institute is responsible for the research and education in mathematics and statistics at Leiden University.

Admission requirements
To be eligible for Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory at Leiden University, you must meet the following admission requirements.

Why Leiden University
The Mathematics and Education master specialisation gives you the opportunity to combine Mathematics research with an excellent education in becoming a Mathematics teacher.

Why Leiden University?
Combine training in Mathematics research with different aspects of business studies. Learn to build bridges between science and business.

Research
The research of the Mathematical Institute is driven by the curiosity of its members and has many internal and external connections. It can be characterised as fundamental but with an open attitude towards applications.

Samineh Bagheri
Samineh Bagheri is our Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science’s nominee for the C.J. Kok Jury Award 2020.

About the programme
The twoyear Advanced Computing and Systems programme (120 EC) includes mandatory core courses and electives, as well as a Master's Thesis Research Project.

Prepare for your studies
You’ve been accepted! Leiden University looks forward to welcoming you as a new student. Your next step is to prepare for your studies. Below you can find some tips to help you get a head start as you embark on your studies at Leiden University.

Applied Mathematics (MSc)
The master's specialisation Applied Mathematics at Leiden University focuses on both computational and fundamental aspects of analysis and probability. It’s also an ideal basis for a PhD degree. Applied Mathematics is an excellent choice if you have the aspiration to pursue a PhD degree
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The mixed AxLindemann theorem and its applications to the ZilberPink conjecture
Promotores: Prof.dr. S.J. Edixhoven, Prof.dr. E. Ullmo (University ParisSud)