Croatian

Seminar on Number Theory and Algebra

University of Zagreb


When:   Wednesday 10:15 - 11:45
Where:  Department of Mathematics, room 104

Leaders of the seminar:

Andrej Dujella, Professor, Department of Mathematics, Zagreb
Ivica Gusic, Professor, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Zagreb


Members of the seminar:

Andrej Dujella, Professor, Zagreb
Ivica Gusic, Professor, Zagreb
Zvonko Cerin, Professor, Zagreb
Alan Filipin, Professor, Zagreb
Bernadin Ibrahimpasic, Professor, Bihac
Boris Sirola, Professor, Zagreb
Zrinka Franusic, Associate Professor, Zagreb
Borka Jadrijevic, Associate Professor, Split
Matija Kazalicki, Associate Professor, Zagreb
Filip Najman, Associate Professor, Zagreb
Mirela Jukic Bokun, Assistant Professor, Osijek
Ana Jurasic, Assistant Professor, Rijeka
Tomislav Pejkovic, Assistant Professor, Zagreb
Ivan Soldo, Assistant Professor, Osijek
Petra Tadic, Assistant Professor, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula
Nikola Adzaga, postdoc, Zagreb
Marija Bliznac Trebjesanin, postdoc, Split
Sanda Bujacic Babic, postdoc, Rijeka
Vinko Petricevic, postdoc, Zagreb
Ljubica Bacic Djurackovic, PhD, Vukovar
Miljen Mikic, PhD, Zagreb
Goran Drazic, PhD student, Zagreb
Iva Kasum, PhD student, Zagreb
Ivan Krijan, PhD student, Zagreb
Luka Lasic, PhD student, Zagreb
Kristina Miletic, PhD student, Mostar
Lucija Ruzman, PhD student, Split
Tomislav Guzvic, PhD student, Zagreb
Antonela Trbovic, PhD student, Zagreb


Next seminars:

Pavel Zorin-Kranich (University of Bonn):
Mean value estimates for multiparameter Weyl sums via decoupling
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 11:00 in 104

Robert Osburn (University College Dublin):
The colored Jones polynomial for double twist knots
Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 19:00 in 104

Ana Kontrec: Bloch-Okounkov theorem and applications in representation theory
Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 10:15 in 104

Alan Filipin: Extensions of certain Diophantine pairs II
Wednesday, November 21, 2018 at 10:15 in 104

Borna Vukorepa: Torsion groups of elliptic curves
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 10:15 in 104


Previous seminars:


Recommended readings

Graduate courses:


Recent Ph.D. Dissertations and Master Theses

Information on related undergraduate courses:

Elliptic curves and their applications in cryptography (Student seminar) (2002/2003)

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