Michael Stillman Email:
<mike@math.cornell.edu>
Mailing address: Malott Hall, Mathematics Dept Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853, USA |

- Spring 2014: I am teaching Math 7670, Sheaves and cohomology in algebraic geometry. We are using piazza for handouts and discussions.
- A list of the courses that I have taught at Cornell.

- The Stephen and Margery Russell Distinguished Teaching Award, received in April, 2013.
- Top ten at Cornell
- Department of Mathematics Senior Faculty Teaching Award, awarded in 2002.

My research interests include computational algebraic geometry and commutative algebra. My applied interests include applications to string theory, statistics and biology.

- Curriculum vitae(includes list of publications)
- PDF copies of my papers and preprints
- Macaulay 2, which I have written with Dan Grayson, is a computer program designed to support computations in algebraic geometry and computer algebra
- Try Macaulay2 online without needing to install it
- Macaulay, an earlier computer algebra system for computations in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra, written with Dave Bayer

Some upcoming conferences and events of interest:

- Alyson Reeves, Ph.D. 1992,
*The combinatorial structure of Hilbert schemes*. - Hal Schenck,
Ph.D. 1997,
*Homological methods in the theory of splines*. - Leah Gold Stella,
Ph.D. 2002,
*Homological results in commutative algebra*. - Chris Francisco,
Ph.D. 2004,
*Hilbert functions and graded free resolutions*. - Jeff Mermin,
Ph.D. 2006,
*Lexicographic ideals*. - Steve Sinnot,
Ph.D. 2006,
*Results in Computational Algebra of Bayesian Networks*. - Achilleas Sinefakopoulos,
Ph.D. 2007,
*On some classes of Borel fixed ideals and their cellular resolutions*. - Mauricio Velasco,
Ph.D. 2007,
*Monomial resolutions and the Cox rings of Del Pezzo surfaces*. - Gwyn Whieldon,
Ph.D. 2011,
*Betti Numbers of Stanley-Reisner Ideals*. Assistant Professor, Hood College. - Kristine Jones,
Ph.D. 2013,
*Generic Initial Ideals of Locally Cohen Macaulay Space Curves*. Microsoft.

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