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Rodica Dinu

Rodica Dinu is a first year PhD student at the University of Bucharest. She is working in combinatorial commutative algebra under the supervision of Viviana Ene. In addition to commutative algebra, combinatorics, and matroid theory, her interests include automata theory and complexity theory.

In 2015 Rodica graduated in Mathematics from University of Bucharest and in 2016 she graduated in Computer Science at the same university. In 2017 Rodica completed a two-year master program in "Algebra, Geometry and Cryptography".

She has recently given a presentation at MPI MiS based on the forthcoming paper "On the regularity of join-meet ideals of modular lattices", a joint work with Viviana Ene and Takayuki Hibi. There, they study join-meet ideals associated with modular non- distributive lattices, give a lower bound for the regularity, and show that these ideals are not linearly related.

In June 2018, Rodica visited MPI MiS to work with Amanda Cameron, Mateusz Michalek, and Tim Seynnaeve. They are working on a project in which they try to understand the connection between polymatroids and the K-theory of flag varieties.

June 14, 2018


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