This page is mainly on activities of algebraic curves. It includes past conferences on the subject, lecture notes, or future conferences. We focus on the geometry of algebraic curves, arithmetic geometry, and applications to other areas. Anybody who is interested on our activities, please contact any of us.

A database of genus 2 curvesTo enter the database click on the picture Contents- Genus 2 curves of minimal absolute height < 5 or moduli height < 11 including the following for each curve:
- automorphism group over the complex numbers
- automorphism group over Q
- all twists of curves for a fixed minimal absolute height
- Statistics
- Genus 3 hyperelliptic curves. For each curve the following is displayed:
- absolute invariants t_1, ..., t_6
- automorphism group over the complex numbers
- automorphism group over Q
- all twists of curves for a fixed minimal absolute height
- Statistics
- Ternary quartics (TBA)
- Superelliptic curves of higher genus
- all superelliptic curves of genus g<11
- all their automorphism groups over C
Genus 3 hyperelliptic curvesWe have created a database for genus 3 hyperelliptic curves, which will be soon available to the public. Outreach and social media | Upcoming conferences- From hyperelliptic to superelliptic curves
Ann Arbor, Michigan October 20-21, 2018 Organizers: T. Shaska, N. Tarasca, Y. Zarhin
Rochester, MI Oakland University,May 18-20, 2018 - Arithmetic of Algebraic Curves
Columbus, Ohio March 27-28, 2018 Organizers: A. Elezi, M. Polak, T. Shaska - Algebraic Curves and their applications
Orlando, Florida September 23-24, 2017 Organizer: L. Beshaj - Minimal integral models of algebraic curves
AMS Special Session #33; 2017 JMM Atlanta, GA, Jan. 4-7, 2017 Organizer: T. Shaska - Varieties, their fibrations and automorphisms in mathematical physics and arithmetic geometry,
AMS Sectional Meeting, November 2016, Raleigh, NC. Organizers: J. Dillies, E. Lakuriqi, T. Shaska
- Higher Genus Curves and Fibrations of Higher Genus Curves in Mathematical Physics and Arithmetic Geometry,
AMS Special Session 2016 Joint Mathematics Meetings January 4-6, 2016, Seattle, WA. Organizers: A. Malmandier, T. Shaska
- Arithmetic of hyperelliptic curves,
AMS Special Session, East Lansing, March 13-15, 2015. Organizer: T. Shaska
| Upcoming books and proceedings volumesContemporary Math. (AMS) Eds: L. Beshaj, T. Shaska Deadline for submission: October 2017 Algebraic curves and their fibrations in mathematical physics and arithmetic geometryEds A. Malmendier, T. Shaska, Contemporary Math. Advances on superelliptic curves and their applications.Eds. L. Beshaj, T. Shaska, E. Zhupa,NATO Science for Peace and Security Series D: Information and Communication Security, 41. IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2015. xii+375 pp. Eds. T. Shaska, E. Hasimaj. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series D: Information and Communication Security, 24. IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2009. viii+285 pp. Advances in coding theory and cryptography Eds. T. Shaska, W. C. Huffman, D. Joyner and V. Ustimenko. Series on Coding Theory and Cryptology, 3. World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Hackensack, NJ, 2007. xii+256 pp. Computational aspects of algebraic curves Edited by T. Shaska. Lecture Notes Series on Computing, 13. World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Hackensack, NJ, 2005. xii+272 pp. |