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Abel Visiting Scholar 2019 Recipients

Umamaheswaran Arunachalama

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Umamaheswaran Arunachalam (b.1982) has a research contract at the Harish-Chandra Research Institute (HRI) in Allahabad, India. His research proposal was about the structure of quantum cluster algebras and generalized weyl algebras with tate homology of modules. He was hosted by Professor Bernhard Keller of the UFR de Mathématiques, Université Paris Diderot, France during the period 01.09.2019-30.09.2019. For the report go here.

This activity was supported by a grant from the Niels Henrik Abel Board (Norway).

Mina Bigdeli

Mina Bigdeli (b. 1985) is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM) in Teheran, Iran. The main goal of her research proposal is to translate Reisner's criterion for Cohen-Macaulayness from Stanley-Reisner complexes to facet complexe; a subject in the interplay between combinatorial geometry and algebraic topology. She will be hosted by Professor Sara Faridi of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Dalhousie University at Halifax, Canada.

Due to Covid 19 the research visit has been postponed.

This activity will be supported by a grant from the Niels Henrik Abel Board (Norway).

Khadijeh Nedaiasl

Khadijeh Nedaiasl (b.1985) is Assistant Professor at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences at Zanjan, Iran. The main goal of her research proposal is to study the numerical solutions of volume integral equations by discrete dipole approximation. She will be hosted by Professor Martin Costabel of IRMAR, Institut Mathématique Université de Rennes 1, France.

Due to Covid 19 the research visit has been postponed.

This activity will be supported by a grant from the Niels Henrik Abel Board (Norway).

 

Nguyen Thac Dung

Nguyen Thac Dung (b. 1980) is Associate Professor at Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam National University. The main goal of his research proposal is to use Hodge-Laplacian to investigate elliptic and parabolic problems in curved manifolds and in smooth metric measure spaces. He will be hosted by Professor Guofang Wei of the Department of Mathematics, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA.

Due to Covid 19 the research visit has been postponed.

This activity will be supported by a grant from the Niels Henrik Abel Board (Norway).