Alfred Gérard Noël

birthdate: ; place: Les Cayes in Haïti

Baccalauréat II (1976), Collège Roger Anglade, Port-au-Prince, Haiti; B.E.T. Electrical Engineering (1980), Centre Pilote de Formation Technique, Port-au-Prince, Haiti; M.Sc. (1986) Applied Mathematics, Northeastern University;

Ph.D. (1997) Northeastern Uiversity

thesis: advisor: Donald Kingarea of degree:

: Assistant Professor of Mathematics , University of Massachusetts Boston

personal or universal URL:

http://www.math.umb.edu/~anoel/

email: anoel@math.mit.eduArea: Algebra: Representation Theory and Lie Theory

Alfred Noël was a student of Donald King at Northeastern University. He earned his Ph.D. on 1997. Dr. Noël has been a faculty member of the University of Massachusetts at Boston since 1998. During the year 2000-2001 Noel will be located at the Massachusettes Institute of Technology:

Department of Mathematics

2-273 ( Building 2 room 273 )

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Ave Cambridge MA 02139

Research

A. G. Noël, Classification of Admissible Nilpotent Orbits in Simple Exceptional Real Lie Algebras of Inner Type American Mathematical Society Journal of Representation Theory, Vol 5 (455-493) 2001.A. G. Noël, Classification of Admissible Nilpotent Orbits in Simple Exceptional Lie Algebras of Type E6(6) and E6(-26) American Mathematical Society Journal of Representation Theory, Vol 5 (494-502) 2001.Alfred G. Noël,Earl Barnes,Sonya A. F. Stephens, Editors.Council for African American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences: Volume III. American Mathematical Society Contemporary Mathematics, Volume275. (2001)Donald R. KingandAlgred G. Noël,Component Groups of Centralizers of Nilpotents in Symmetric Space. To appear in the Journal of Algebra (1999)A. G. NoëlNilpotent Orbits and Theta-stable Parabolic Subalgebras, American Mathematical Society Journal of Representation Theory2(1998), 1-32.A. G. NoëlClassification of Nilpotent Orbits in Symmetric Spaces, African American in Math. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society DIMACS34(1997), 123-127

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