Geometry KU Leuven
Research in the Geometry Section is focussed on differential geometry, in particular on Riemannian and pseudo-Riemannian geometry and on Poisson geometry and symplectic geometry: curves and surfaces; curvature theory; submanifold theory; homogeneous spaces; deformation theory; (singular) foliations and Lie groupoids; physical applications.
Algebra, geometry and ISLAb University of Antwerp
Fundamental Mathematics University of Antwerp
Algebra KU Leuven
NUMBER THEORY AND ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY
1) Study of the number of solutions of polynomial equations in several variables over finite fields and residue class rings, with emphasis on the relation to geometric and topological invariants of the equations, Igusa's local zeta function, p-adic exponential sums.
2) Connections between (1) and the theory of singularities, resolution of singularities, Log Minimal Model Program, topological ...
Department of Mathematics: Analysis, Logic and Discrete Mathematics Ghent University
Department of Mathematics KU Leuven
For more information about the research topics of the different research teams belonging to this department see: - Division for geometry - Division for algebra and topology - Division for analysis - Center for plasma astrophysics - Division for applied mathematics - Division for pure and applied differential geometry
Topological Algebra, Functional Analysis and Category Theory Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The research team investigates mathematical structures that are important in several basic areas of mathematics like geometry, representation theory, functional analysis, differential calculus or theory of approximation. The motivation also comes from outside mathematics, from computer science or physics where some of the mathematical structures that are studied are called upon as models. By application of methods from category theory the ...
Algebra Hasselt University
The Research Group conducts theoretical and descriptive research in the fields of formal and computational linguistics, a.o. with a view to its application in language and speech technology. The central aim is to acquire insight into the complexity of linguistic knowledge by studying the formal properties of the structures and rules that constitute the architecture of language and grammar.
The formal modelling of this knowledge ...