Seminars archive
Upcoming Seminars   No upcoming seminars currently scheduled.  Past Seminars   Defense: Master's Defense Primality Testing and Integer Factorization Using Elliptic Curves Andrew Wilson, Emory University   Defense: Masters An Algorithm for Numerically Computing Preimages of the $j$invariant Ethan Alwaise, Emory University   Defense: Honors Generalized Cross Validation for IllPosed Inverse Problems Hanyong Wu, Emory University   Seminar: Combinatorics Rank of matrices with few distinct entries Boris Bukh, Carnegie Mellon University   Seminar: Algebra Equivariant analogs of the arithmetic of del Pezzo surfaces Alexander Duncan, University of South Carolina   Defense: Master's RankFavorable Bounds for Rational Points on Superelliptic Curves Noam Kantor, Emory University   Defense: Dissertation ZeroCycles on Torsors under Linear Algebraic Groups Reed Sarney, Emory University   Seminar Theory for New Machine Learning Problems and Applications Yingyu Liang, Princeton University   Defense: Honors Thesis The ArtinSchreier Theorem in Galois Theory Yining Cheng, Emory University Venue: Mathematics and Science Center, Room W303 Show abstract We first list and state some basic definitions and theorems of the Galois theory of finite extensions, as well as state and prove the Kummer theory and the ArtinSchreier extensions as prerequisites. The main part of this thesis is the proof of the ArtinSchreier Theorem, which states that an algebraic closed field having finite extension with its subfield F has degree at most two and F must have characteristic 0. After the proof, we will discuss the applications for the ArtinSchreier Theorem.   Defense: Dissertation Scalable Computational pathology: From Interactive to Deep Learning Michael Nalisnik, Emory University 
