The UBC Mathematics Department has a strong group in Algebra and Algebraic Geometry which has several faculty members, postdocs, and graduate students and runs a weekly seminar.

Faculty 
Research 
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Kai Behrend 
Algebraic geometry: moduli problems, algebraic stacks. Foundational questions in DonaldsonThomas theory. Derived geometry and derived symplectic geometry.

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Jim Bryan 
Algebraic geometry related to high energy physics: moduli spaces, computational DonaldsonThomas and GromovWitten theory, K3 surfaces, CalabiYau threefolds, enumerative geometry.

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Sabin Cautis 
Geometric representation theory and algebraic geometry related to questions in categorification, mathematical physics and low dimensional topology, such as the study of knot homologies.

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Kalle Karu 
Combinatorial algebraic geometry: varieties with torus action, intersection cohomology, algebraic cobordism theory, combinatorics of polytopes and polyhedral complexes.

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Dale Peterson 
Lie theory

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Zinovy Reichstein 
Algebraic groups and related topics: invariant theory, Galois cohomology, central simple algebras, Lie theory, representation theory.

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Postdocs 
Research 
Email^{*} 
Uriya First 
Algebraic groups, quadratic and hermitian forms, central simple algebras and their involutions, BruhatTits theory, representation theory of groups acting on buildings.

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Balin Fleming 
Jet schemes, arc schemes, toric varieties.

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Adam Gyenge 
 Algebraic geometry: singularity theory, Hilbert schemes and other moduli spaces, motivic and
topological invariants, geometric aspects of representation theory
 Lowdimensional topology: knot theory, symplectic topology

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Clemens Koppensteiner 
Algebraic geometry inspired by geometric
representation theory: singular support of coherent sheaves and
Dmodules in Geometric Langlands, Hochschild cohomology of categories
of sheaves, perverse coherent sheaves.

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Roberto Pirisi 
The branch of Algebraic Geometry that studies modulistacks and their properties, especially those that are related to arithmetic and cohomology.

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Emeriti 
Research 
Email^{*} 
James Carrell 
Algebraic groups and algebraic geometry.

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William Casselman 
Algebraic geometry, modular function theory, infinite dimensional representations
of Lie groups.

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^{*}Please add @math.ubc.ca to complete Email entries. 

