Amassa Fauntleroy

Born: April 5, 1945

Birthplace: Baltimore Maryland

AB.mathematics (1965) Johns Hopkins University; MA mathematics (1967) Northwestern University

Ph.D. from Northwestern University in 1970.

thesis:Commutator Subgoups of Solvable Linear Algebraic Groups; Advisor: Maxwell RosenlichtArea of Research Interests: Algebraic Geometry

Professor of Mathematics, North Carolina State University

URL: http://www4.ncsu.edu/~amassa/

email: amassa@math.ncsu.eduProfessor Fauntleroy received an AB in mathematics form The Johns Hopkins University in 1965, an MA in mathematics from Northwestern University in 1967 and a Ph.D. in mathematics, Northwestern University in 1970. He has been on the faculties of DePaul University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Full Professor at the City College of the City University of New York (1985). He has been a professor at North Carolina State University-Raleigh since 1986.

RESEARCH NOTESDr. Amassa Fauntleroy has published

18papers.SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Rational points of commutator subgroups of solvable algebraic groups,Transactions Amer. Math. Soc.194(1974), 249--275. 20G15 (14L15)Automorphism groups of unipotent groups of Chevalley type,Pacific J. Math.66(1976), 373--390. 20G15Algebraic and algebrogeometric interpretations of Weitzenböck's problem,J. Algebra62(1980), 21--38. 14L30 (15A72)Stable base loci of representations of algebraic groups,Michigan Math. J.30(1983), 131--142. 14D25 (14L30)Geometric invariant theory for general algebraic groups,Compositio Math.55(1985), 63--87. 14D25 (14L30)On the moduli of curves on rational ruled surfaces,Amer. J. Math.109(1987), 417--452. 14H10 (14D22 14D25 14J26)Smoothing coherent torsion-free sheaves, Rings, extensions, and cohomology, Lecture Notes in Pure and Appl. Math.,159(1994), 87--91. 14F05

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