Markus J. Pflaum

Professor of Mathematics

address: Department of Mathematics, University of Colorado UCB 395, Boulder CO 80309-0395, USA
office: MATH 255
phone: ++1 (303) 492 7717
fax: ++1 (303) 492 7707
email: markus.pflaum@colorado.edu
office hours: Mon. 11:00am - 11:50am, Tue. 2:00pm - 3:00pm, and by appointment

Mathematical Interests and Research

Topology, in particular of stratified spaces,
Geometric Analysis, Noncommutative Geometry, and Poisson Geometry, in particular in the singular setting,
Mathematical Physics, in particular Quantization Theory, and Chemical Topology

Publications

Teaching Spring 2019

    Linear Algebra (for Non-Math Majors), MATH 2130

Teaching Augmester 2019

    Graph Theory, Knots, and applications in Physics, Chemistry and Engineering, MATH 4810/5810

Seminars Spring 2019

    Topology Seminar, jointly organized with Agnès Beaudry and Robin Deeley
    Mathematical Physics Seminar, jointly organized with Emanuel Knill (NIST)

Organized Conferences

    Videos of talks at the conference Chromatic Homotopy Theory: Journey to the Frontier, May 16 to May 20, 2018 at CU Boulder

Liber Mathematicae

Liber Mathematicae is a web-based documentation and collaboration project for Mathematics.

The CRing Project

The CRing Project has been founded by Akhil Matthew and is a collaborative, open source textbook on commutative algebra and related topics. It is still work in progress and will be merged into Liber Mathematicae. If you want to contribute or have comments, please send a message to libermath@gmail.com.