The group conducts research in a diverse selection of topics in algebraic geometry and number theory. Areas of interest and activity include, but are not limited to: Clifford algebras, Arakelov geometry, additive number theory, combinatorial number theory, automorphic forms, L-functions, singularities, rational points on varieties, and algebraic surfaces.

## Seminars

We organize the Seminar in Algebraic Geometry and Number Theory.

## Members

Teachers and researchers |
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Julia Brandes | Number theory, diophantic equations | |

Dennis Eriksson | Arithmetic and algebraic geometry | |

Laura Fainsilber | Number theory, mathematics education | |

Peter Hegarty | Discrete probability, combinatorial number theory and finite group theory | |

Christian Johansson | Algebraic number theory, Langlands programme | |

Adam Keilthy | Connections between algebraic geometry, physics and number theory | |

Stefan Lemurell | Number theory, Langlands programme | |

Patrick Meisner | Analytic number theory | |

Daniel Persson | Automorphic forms and string theory | |

Martin Raum | Modular forms | |

Per Salberger | Number theory, algebraic geometry | |

Jan Stevens | Algebraic geometry, singularity theory | |

Anders Södergren | Number theory | |

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PhD students |
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Jan Feldmann | Applications of representation theory and harmonic analysis to number theory | |

Kristian Holm | Number theory | |

Tobias Magnusson | Modular forms | |

Douglas Molin | | |

Mykola Pochekai | Bivariant K-theory and microlocal analysis | |

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Emeriti |
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Juliusz Brzezinski | Interactions between number theory, algebra and geometry of orders in algebras over global fields | |

Ulf Persson | Algebraic geometry |