Mathematics
Professor
Vancouver, British Columbia
sujatha@math.tifr.res.in
Office:
(912) 222-7822 ext. 83

RESEARCH INVOLVES

Using non-commutative Iwasawa theory to answer questions of arithmetic geometry.

RESEARCH RELEVANCE

This research is expected to offer a better understanding of some of the fundamental ongoing questions in geometry, and a richer understanding of how c...

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Using non-commutative Iwasawa theory to answer questions of arithmetic geometry.

RESEARCH RELEVANCE

This research is expected to offer a better understanding of some of the fundamental ongoing questions in geometry, and a richer understanding of how c...

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RESEARCH INVOLVES

Using non-commutative Iwasawa theory to answer questions of arithmetic geometry.

RESEARCH RELEVANCE

This research is expected to offer a better understanding of some of the fundamental ongoing questions in geometry, and a richer understanding of how certain parts of the mathematical world are constructed.

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Using non-commutative Iwasawa theory to answer questions of arithmetic geometry.

RESEARCH RELEVANCE

This research is expected to offer a better understanding of some of the fundamental ongoing questions in geometry, and a richer understanding of how certain parts of the mathematical world are constructed.

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