A fundamental strategy in commutative algebra to study the asymptotic behavior of objects related to a given ring. In many cases, the information obtained from the limit behavior can be translated back to properties of the ring. In this talk I will present some of these asymptotic invariants and how studying them leads to interesting consequences in related fields such as combinatorics, and algebraic and convex geometry.
Professional Development Seminar
Monday, Nov. 7
Assistant Professor Jonathan Montaño
School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
This talk is part of the Professional Development seminar offered for graduate students in mathematics programs, including all the SoMSS graduate degree programs. We will discuss professional opportunities after the doctorate.
Arizona State University