Luke Oeding

RTG Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. Texas A&M University, 2009.

Research
Primary Research Area: 
Algebra
Research Interests: 
Applications of Algebraic Geometry and Representation Theory to Signal Processing, Algebraic Statistics, Computer Vision, and Computational Complexity.
Contact Information
887 Evans Hall
oeding [at] math [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
510 643 8125
Year Appointed: 
2011
Left UC Berkeley: 
2013
Publications
Selected Publications: 

Hyperdeterminants of polynomials, Advances in Mathematics 231 (2012).

Toward a salmon conjecture (with Dan Bates), Experimental Mathematics, (2011).

Secant varieties of P^2xP^n embedded by O(1,2) (with Dustin Cartwright and Daniel Erman), J. London Math. Soc. (2012).

Set-theoretic defining equations of the tangential variety of the Segre variety, Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, (2011).

Set-theoretic defining equations of the variety of principal minors of symmetric matrices, Algebra and Number Theory, (2011).