Dinesh S. Thakur

Professor

PhD - Harvard University

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Interests

Though I like to learn about all kinds of mathematics and science (mostly physics, genetics), my main research interests are in number theory and arithmetic geometry, and my main work has been in developing various aspects of function field arithmetic. The personal home page should give some idea about my research work.

Teaching

Elliptic curves and modular forms (530) (UR)
Function Field Arithmetic (569) (UR)
Honors Calculus I-IV (171, 172, 173, 174) (UR)
Function Field Arithmetic (519) (UR)
Algebraic Number Theory (514AB, 531 at UR)
Algebraic Geometry (536AB, 538 at UR)
Abstract Algebra (415/515AB, 236 at UR)
Algebraic Coding Theory (Math/ECE 539)
Algebra (511AB)
Complex analysis and Riemann surfaces (520AB)
Game Theory (479/579)
Linear Algebra (413/513)
Transition to higher mathematics (200W at UR)
Ordinary Differential Equations (254)
Calculus I and II (123, 124H, 125, 129, 129 H, and at Michigan, Harvard)
Complex Variables (424/524, 467 at UR)
Complex Variables with Applications (421/521)
Theory of Numbers (446/546 and at Michigan)
Advanced Calculus (Minnesota)
Linear and nonlinear multivariable analysis (Minnesota)
Fundamental Structures of Algebra (Minnesota)
Algebraic Number Theory (University of Bombay)
Multivariable calculus and linear algebra (Harvard)

PhD Students


Masters students