South Road

Durham, DH1 3LE

United Kingdom

*Office: * CM220

*Phone: * +44 191 334 3092

*Email: *
herbert.gangl (Please add "@durham.ac.uk".)

Report on 3D models for hyperbolic tessellation (Josh Inoue) and an app game to train your 3D visualization, alas only for iOS <7 Polyshadow (Josh Yaxley)

My work is concentrated around ** polylogarithms ** and variants thereof, in connection with algebraic K-theory, algebraic number theory and arithmetic algebraic geometry. The questions that I am interested in lead to a variety of rather disparate topics, comprising for instance the homology of the general linear group, configuration and moduli spaces, combinatorial Hopf algebras, multiple zeta values or (quasi-)modular forms and in recent years particle physics. A good chunk of my research has a computer-experimental flavour, using mostly the GP/PARI scripting language to try to detect patterns in piles of data, to find hitherto unknown objects or to formulate conjectures.

Jan - Jun 2020, Isaac Newton Institute (Cambridge), Special Semester on ``K-theory, algebraic cycles and motivic homotopy theory''

20 Nov 2019, University Open Day on Postgraduate opportunities (Information meeting 14:15, CM 107)

9 Nov 2019, 10:30am Saturday Morning Science Talk, "Jewellery from hyperbolic tessellations" (Wolfendale Lecture Theatre, CLC)

Sept 2019: Programme ``Illustrating Mathematics'' at ICERM, Brown University, Providence, RI

Aug 2019: Research stay at MPIM, Bonn

Workshop on "Interactions between Hyperbolic Geometry and Number Theory", Luxembourg, 4-5 Jul 2019.

21-25 Jan 2019 "Arithmetic and Algebraic Geometry", in honour of Tomohide Terasoma's 60th birthday,

May --Dec 2018: Research stay at MPIM, Bonn

Jan -- Apr 2018: Co-organiser of a Special programme on "Periods in Number Theory, Algebraic Geometry and Physics".