Taylor Brysiewicz

Email: tbrysiew@nd.edu

I'm interested in algebraic geometry, combinatorics, and computation. I am particularly excited about projects which use numerical algebraic geometry to prove theorems.

Short bio:
I received my PhD in mathematics from Texas A&M University under the guidance of Frank Sottile. Afterwards, I went to the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig, Germany; my mentor there was Michael Joswig. I am now a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Notre Dame, working with Jonathan Hauenstein.

  • Computational Algebraic Geometry

    • Symbolic

    • Numerical

  • Combinatorics

    • Hyperplane arrangements

    • Polytopes

  • Algebraic Frame Theory

  • Algebraic Groups

  • Real Algebraic Geometry

Recent:

  • Co-Organizer of AMS Central Sectional Meeting (22') Special Session "Computational and Applied Algebraic Geometry"

  • Co-Organizer of JMM '22 Special Session "Structured polynomial systems in mathematics and its applications"

  • Co-Organizer of SIAM AG '21 Minisymposia "Confirmable Workflows and Large Computations in Algebraic Geometry"

  • Co-Organizer of
    Workshop on Software and Applications of Numerical Nonlinear Algebra May 31-June 02, 2021




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