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Alan Koch

Alan Koch

Professor of Mathematics

Phone: 404.471.6223
Office Location: Buttrick 329

Academic Degrees

  • B.A., University of Vermont
  • M.A., State University of New York at Albany
  • Ph.D., State University of New York at Albany

Teaching and Scholarly Interests

Professor Koch's interests include abstract algebra, linear algebra, finite groups, finite fields, number theory, cryptography and algebraic Fibonacci sequences.

Professional Activities

Recent Publications:

  • Primitively generated Hopf orders in characteristic p, Comm. Alg. 45 (2017), 2673-2689.
  • Scaffolds and integral Galois module structure on purely inseparable extensions, New York J. Math 21 (2015), 73—91.
  • Hopf Galois structures on primitive purely inseparable field extensions, New York J. Math 20 (2014), 779—797.
  • Condition dependent effects on sex allocation and reproductive effort in sequential hermaphrodites, PLoS ONE 9(10): e109626 (2014) (with Lock Rogers)​.​

Web Links

Department of Mathematics Website
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