Emily E. Witt
I am a Dunham Jackson Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota.
My work is in commutative algebra. Some of methods use representation theory, and some motivations of my research come from algebraic geometry. I am especially interested in local cohomology modules, Lyubeznik numbers, and characteristic p methods.
In 2011, I graduated from the University of Michigan; my advisor was Mel Hochster. Before that, I was and undergraduate at the University of Chicago. I also spent an enjoyable semester in the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics program.
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