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Thomas Yahl

Texas A&M University

Office: Blocker 629A




I am a Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University working in applied and computational algebraic geometry, advised by Dr. Frank Sottile. My mathematical interests include Galois theory in enumerative geometry, computational algebraic geometry, and real algebraic geometry. Applications of these systems to computer science, physics, and biology are of interest.

A reverse chronological list of my publications. For abstracts and statuses, see the document below.

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