Anna Somoza
PhD student

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands

About me


I am a PhD student at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and Universiteit Leiden, supervised by Joan-Carles Lario and Marco Streng.

My research interests are in algorithmic number theory and arithmetic geometry, and I am currently working on the construction of curves of low genus.

Publications


Talks


  • Reconstruction of cyclic plane quintic curves, Linfoot seminar, Bristol (UK), May 2018
  • From the difference of permutation polynomials to the construction of algebraic curves with Complex Multiplication (Invited talk), Workshop on Finite Fields, Function Fields and Their Applications, Istanbul (Turkey), April 2018
  • Reconstruction of cyclic plane quintic curves (Invited talk), Workshop on Numerical methods for algebraic curves, Rennes (France), February 2018
  • Construction of Picard curves, IV Congreso de Jóvenes Investigadores de la RSME, Valencia (Spain), September 2017
  • Construction of Picard curves, Workshop on curves of low genus, Barcelona (Spain), July 2017
  • Construction of Picard curves with complex multiplication, Meeting of the Catalan, Spanish, Swedish Math Societies, Umeå (Sweden), June 2017
  • Construction of Picard curves, Algebra and Number Theory Seminar, Universiteit Leiden (Netherlands), June 2017
  • Construction of Picard curves with complex multiplication, DIAMANT Symposium Spring 2017, Breukelen (Netherlands), June 2017
  • On permutation polynomials, with Vandita Patel, Women in Numbers Europe - 2, Lorentz Center, Leiden (Netherlands), September 2016
  • Arithmetic on CM Picard curves, Seminari de Teoria de Nombres de Barcelona, Universitat de Barcelona (Spain), January 2016