Fields of research are deﬁned by the people who participate. This collection introduces Nonlinear Algebra, an emerging ﬁeld that straddles pure and applied mathematics, by introducing some of its participants. The collection is a snapshot in time, compiled masterfully by Özde Bayer during summer months of 2017 and 2018.
The setting is the Nonlinear Algebra group at the Max-Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences(MPI MiS) in Leipzig, Germany. Our research group started in February 2017, and it has rapidly become an exciting center of activity for a diverse group of mathematicians.
The portraits feature members and visitors of the group in the period between May 2017 and August 2018. Seventy-six "Nonlinear Algebra People" are presented. A brief text introduces each person, their scholarly interests, and their connection to MPI MiS. The date refers to the day when the picture and text ﬁrst appeared online.
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I hope you will enjoy this collection.
See you soon at MPI Leipzig!