Liana SegaProfessor and Math Graduate Advisor
Office: Manheim 307B
Dr. Liana Sega (pronounced `Shega’) came to UMKC in 2005, after completing postdoctoral positions at the Mathematical Sciences Research Insitute (MSRI) in Berkeley (2002-2003) and Michigan State University (2003-2005). More recently, she was a research member at MSRI in Spring 2013. She is currently the Calculus Coordinator and the Graduate Mathematics MS advisor in the department.
B.S., Mathematics, University of Bucharest, Romania (1997)
Ph.D., Mathematics, Purdue University (2002)
Dr. Sega’s research is in Commutative Algebra and Homological Algebra. She studies infinite free resolutions of modules over local or graded commutative rings, and associated structures and invariants.
Simons Foundation Collaborations grant (PI), 2015-2020
DMS-1101131, National Science Foundation (PI), 2011-2014
Simons Foundation Collaborations grant (PI), 2011-2012
- Jorgensen, L. Sega, Nonvanishing cohomology and classes of Gorenstein rings,
Advances in Mathematics 188 (2004), 470–490.
- Henriques, L. Sega, Free resolutions over short Gorenstein local rings,
Mathematische Zeitschrift 267 (2011), 645–663.
- Sega, On the linearity defect of the residue field,
- Journal of Algebra 384 (2013), 276–290.
- Rossi, L. Sega, Poincare series of modules over compressed Gorenstein local rings
Advances in Mathematics 259 (2014), 421–447.
MATH 210, MATH 220, MATH 300, MATH 301, MATH 402, MATH 410, MATH 407, MATH 5509, MATH 5510, MATH 5519.