Applied Algebra

We make breakthrough theoretical algebra into engineering solutions


We apply sophisticated algebraic and computational tools to represent data in noise-resilient ways

Computer Algebra

We develop fast, practical algorithms for computers to operate with bleeding-edge theoretical constructions.

Write Projects

We have many projects suitable for anything from Fagproject to PhD level. The project will be tailored for you on a scale between theoretical math and practical implementations.

Great Research

We publish in the best journals and conferences of our fields. See the group's list of publications.

Recent News

Visit from PhD student David Lucas

The Algebra group was visited 30th October till 10th November by PhD student David Lucas from University of Grenoble-Alpes in France. David Lucas is looking at non-cryptographic solutions for security issues with cloud computing, and during the visit worked with Johan Rosenkilde on certificates for linear algebraic computations: a cloud service computes e.g. the determinant […]

Nov 13, 2017

A new family of maximal curves

In a new preprint Peter Beelen and guest Ph.D. Maria Montanucci describe a new family of maximal curves. Maximal curves are algebraic curves defined over a finite field, having as many rational points as allowed by the famous Hasse-Weil bound. Such curves are of great interest by themselves, but are also the most obvious curves […]

Nov 13, 2017
Transactions of Information Theory

Paper on excellent AG codes in the Transactions of Information Theory

The paper “Two-Point Codes for the Generalized GK curve” is accepted for publication in the prestigious IEEE Transactions of Information Theory. The paper investigates a recently discovered family of maximal curves and details how techniques developed by Peter Beelen can be used to find record-breaking error-correcting codes with these curves. The paper was very much […]

Oct 3, 2017