Emily E. Witt
I am a Dunham Jackson Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota.
My work is in commutative algebra, including its interactions with representation theory and 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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