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65
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23,119
234
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269
National Ranking
154

2013 - Fellow of the American Mathematical Society

2010 - Steele Prize for Mathematical Exposition

2006 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1973 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

- Algebra
- Pure mathematics
- Algebraic geometry

His primary scientific interests are in Algebra, Pure mathematics, Combinatorics, Mathematical analysis and Algebraic geometry. His study brings together the fields of Schubert calculus and Algebra. His study in Pure mathematics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Class and Ideal.

David Eisenbud interconnects Multiplicity and Polynomial ring in the investigation of issues within Combinatorics. His Mathematical analysis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Weierstrass point, Linear series, Degree and Modular equation. David Eisenbud works mostly in the field of Algebraic geometry, limiting it down to topics relating to Elimination theory and, in certain cases, Homogeneous coordinate ring and Scheme, as a part of the same area of interest.

- Commutative Algebra: with a View Toward Algebraic Geometry (4020 citations)
- Homological algebra on a complete intersection, with an application to group representations (668 citations)
- Algebra Structures for Finite Free Resolutions, and Some Structure Theorems for Ideals of Codimension 3 (470 citations)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pure mathematics, Algebra, Discrete mathematics, Combinatorics and Polynomial ring. Projective space, Algebraic geometry, Codimension, Commutative algebra and Cohomology are subfields of Pure mathematics in which his conducts study. His research on Algebra focuses in particular on Dimension of an algebraic variety.

As a part of the same scientific study, David Eisenbud usually deals with the Dimension of an algebraic variety, concentrating on Function field of an algebraic variety and frequently concerns with Algebraic surface and Algebraic cycle. His work is dedicated to discovering how Discrete mathematics, Ideal are connected with Resolution and other disciplines. He has researched Combinatorics in several fields, including Maximal ideal and Local ring.

- Pure mathematics (54.79%)
- Algebra (22.87%)
- Discrete mathematics (21.81%)

- Pure mathematics (54.79%)
- Class (5.85%)
- Degenerate energy levels (4.79%)

His main research concerns Pure mathematics, Class, Degenerate energy levels, Simple and Algebra. In his articles, David Eisenbud combines various disciplines, including Pure mathematics and Duality. His Class research focuses on Projective test and how it connects with Bundle.

His Algebra study combines topics in areas such as Chern class and Singularity theory. His Singularity theory course of study focuses on Hilbert's syzygy theorem and Commutative ring, Hypersurface and Category theory. His study focuses on the intersection of Complete intersection and fields such as Conjecture with connections in the field of Degree.

- 3264 and All That (192 citations)
- Minimal Free Resolutions over Complete Intersections (19 citations)
- Categorified duality in Boij–Söderberg theory and invariants of free complexes (11 citations)

- Algebra
- Pure mathematics
- Geometry

David Eisenbud mainly investigates Pure mathematics, Class, Degenerate energy levels, Algebra and Duality. His research integrates issues of Bundle, Simple and Projective test in his study of Class. His study in Algebra concentrates on Category theory, Homological algebra, Commutative algebra, Commutative ring and Hypersurface.

David Eisenbud integrates several fields in his works, including Duality, Residual, Mathematical proof and Socle.

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Commutative Algebra: with a View Toward Algebraic Geometry

David Eisenbud.

**(1995)**

8378 Citations

Algebra Structures for Finite Free Resolutions, and Some Structure Theorems for Ideals of Codimension 3

David A. Buchsbaum;David Eisenbud.

American Journal of Mathematics **(1977)**

789 Citations

Homological algebra on a complete intersection, with an application to group representations

David Eisenbud.

Transactions of the American Mathematical Society **(1980)**

772 Citations

Three-Dimensional Link Theory and Invariants of Plane Curve Singularities.

David Eisenbud;Walter D. Neumann.

**(1986)**

619 Citations

Linear Free Resolutions and Minimal Multiplicity

David Eisenbud;Shiro Goto.

Journal of Algebra **(1984)**

557 Citations

Binomial Ideals

David Eisenbud;Bernd Sturmfels.

**(1994)**

508 Citations

Computational methods in commutative algebra and algebraic geometry

Wolmer V. Vasconcelos;Daniel R. Grayson;Michael Stillman;David Eisenbud.

**(1997)**

502 Citations

What Makes a Complex Exact

David A Buchsbaum;David Eisenbud.

Journal of Algebra **(1973)**

395 Citations

Classical Algebraic Geometry

Olivier Debarre;David Eisenbud;Gavril Farkas;Ravi Vakil.

Oberwolfach Reports **(2004)**

352 Citations

The geometry of schemes

David Eisenbud;Joe Harris.

**(1992)**

350 Citations

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