• Jorge Neves

  • Research Area

    Algebraic Geometry

  • Institution

    University of Coimbra

  • PhD

    Institution: University of Warwick
    Year: 2003

  • Main research publications

    • Codes over a weighted torus (with Eduardo Dias) , Finite Fields Appl. 33 (2015)
    • Vanishing ideals over graphs and even cycles (with M. Vaz Pinto and R. H. Villarreal) , Comm. Algebra 43 (2015)
    • Vanishing ideals over complete multipartite graphs (with Maria Vaz Pinto) , Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 218 (2014)
    • New examples of Calabi-Yau threefolds and genus zero surfaces (with Gilberto Bini, Filippo Favale, Roberto Pignatelli) , Communications in Contemporary Mathematics (2014)
    • Unprojection and deformations of tertiary Burniat surfaces (with Roberto Pignatelli) , Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa - Classe di Scienze (2014)
  • Adittional information

    My current research focuses on a recent subject area, the field of Combinatorial Commutative Algebra. In my work I use techniques from Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra to compute combinatorial invariants of graphs -- computer aided computations, often come into play.

    Older research topics are included in the field of Surfaces of General Type, and the field of Linear Codes.


Research and Events


  • Representations of fundamental groups of surfaces
    Peter Gothen (CMUP)
    15:30, Room 2.5, UC Math. Dept.
    November 23, 2018
  • On the existence of solutions for inextensible string equations
    Ayk Telciyan (student)
    12:30, Room 2.5, UC Math. Dept.
    November 23, 2018
  • Boolean representable simplicial complexes
    Maria Inês Couto (student)
    12:00, Room 2.5, UC Math. Dept.
    November 23, 2018
  • Campanato spaces and applications in partial differential equations
    David Jesus (student)
    11:30, Room 2.5, UC Math. Dept.
    November 23, 2018
  • A mathematical model for a plant circadian oscillator
    Adérito Araújo (CMUC)
    14:00, Room 2.5, UC Math. Dept.
    November 28, 2018
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