Sameera Vemulapalli is an incoming ﬁrst year PhD student at Princeton University, broadly studying algebraic number theory and algebraic geometry. She is staying at MPI MiS for the summer as a visiting PhD student.
She is interested in a variety of topics, including computational algebraic number theory, Diophantine geometry, tropical geometry, and random algorithms. She would like to expand this list during her stay at MPI MiS and learn more about real algebraic geometry and toric intersection theory.
In 2018, Sameera received her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
July 27, 2018