Claudiu Raicu

Department of Mathematics
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-3840

Office: 1093 Evans

I received my Ph.D. in May 2011 from the math department at UC Berkeley. My advisor was David Eisenbud. My thesis was titled Secant Varieties of Segre-Veronese Varieties. I am interested in algebraic geometry, commutative algebra and their computational aspects. Here is my CV.



Here is my custom version (with documentation) of the Macaulay2 SchurRings package. Note that this is not (yet) incorporated in Macaulay2.

I also wrote a package implementing the push forward functor for finite ring maps.

Posters and Slides

Other writings

Notes compiled together with Enric Nart during the ``Computing Integral Closure'' Workshop at MSRI, July 2010.

Mathematics Research Communities report on Boij-Söderberg Theory in the nonstandard graded case, with B. Barwick, J. Biermann, D. Cook II, W. F. Moore and D. Stamate, Snowbird, June 2010.


Spring 2011 : Math 16B

Fall 2010 : Math 54

Spring 2010 : Math 1B

Fall 2009 : Math 1B