The topic of the course is commutative algebra, that is the study of commutative rings and modules over them. This is one of the foundations of modern algebraic geometry and therefore, indirectly, also for algebraic number theory. We will take the connection with algebraic geometry into account right from the start, so that the course provides a natural path into this exciting field, which is one of the most active ones in today’s mathematics.
Lectures: Mon, 10-12; Wed, 14-16; Place: S-U-3.01; First lecture: April, 9.
Exercise group: Mon, 12-14, Place: O-3.46, First meeting: April, 16.
Notes on the course: pdf (in German, updated on July 16)
- Atiyah, MacDonald, Introduction to Commutative Algebra
- Matsumura, Commutative Algebra
- Matsumura, Commutative Ring Theory
- Eisenbud, Commutative Algebra with a view towards algebraic geometry
- Bourbaki, Algèbre commutative (or in English: Commutative Algebra)
- K. Conrad, Tensor products (detailed notes on the notion of tensor product, including a discussion on the relation to the notion of tensor which is used in physics)
For further motivation for the curious:
- Görtz, Wedhorn, Algebraic Geometry I. Schemes, with examples and exercises, Vieweg-Teubner, 2010
- U. Görtz, Classics revisited: EGA, Survey paper on Grothendieck’s algebraic geometry, submitted to Jahresbericht der DMV.
Contact: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Görtz, email@example.com
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