PSU Mark
Eberly College of Science Mathematics Department
Algebra and Number Theory

Penn State
Algebra and Number Theory

The following links may be of interest.

Upcoming conferences

  1. AMS Mathematics Calendar:     Links to conferences.
  2. Number theory web:     Links to homepages of number theorists, conferences, and more.
  3. Conferences in Arithmetic Geometry:     Maintained by Kiran Kedlaya.
  4. Upcoming conferences in algebraic geometry:     Maintained by Ravi Vakil.
  5. commalg.org:     Commutative algebra conferences.
  6. List of math research institutes:     Maintained by Balázs Szendrői

Preprints and papers

  1. PSU Algebra and number theory group preprints:     PSU preprints.
  2. Mathscinet (PSU remote access):     AMS math reviews.
  3. Zentralblatt MATH:     Zentralblatt math reviews.
  4. The arXiv:     Preprint server.
  5. Front for the arXiv:     A frontend for the arXiv preprint server.
  6. Number Theory List:     Number theory preprints (including pre-arXiv)
  7. Algebraic Number Theory Archives:     Pre-arXiv preprints. (Inactive)
  8. K-Theory preprint archives:     New and older preprints.
  9. JSTOR (PSU remote access):    Academic journals online.
  10. springerlink (PSU remote access):    Academic journals online.

Information on mathematicians and departments

  1. Number theory web:     Links to homepages of number theorists, conferences, and more.
  2. commalg.org:     Commutative algebra conferences and links to homepages of commutative algebraists.
  3. Mathematics web sites (PSU):     Locate mathematics sites on the web.
  4. Mathematics Genealogy Project:     Who was his or her advisor?

Educational resources

  1. PSU Library:     Main library page
  2. mathoverflow.net:     Research level math questions and answers
  3. math.stackexchange.com:     Undergraduate/graduate level math questions and answers
  4. wikipedia.org:     Many topics in mathematics are described here.
  5. planetmath.org:     Many topics in mathematics are described here.
  6. Wolfram MathWorld:     Many topics in mathematics are described here.

Math videos

  1. Videos at IAS:     Videos at the Institute for Advanced Study. In particular, see some recent lectures of George Andrews online.
  2. Videos at MSRI:     Videos at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute.
  3. Videos from ICM:     Videos recorded at the International Congresses of Mathematicians.