Phạm Hùng Quý

Contact Information

Department of Mathematics FPT University,

8 Ton That Thuyet, Hanoi, Vietnam

E-mail: quyph@fpt.edu.vn, phamhungquy@gmail.com

Education

  • B.S., Hanoi National University of Education, 2005
  • M.A., Hanoi National University of Education, 2007

Thesis: Local cohomology theory

Advisor: Prof. Duong Quoc Viet

  • PhD, Hanoi Institute of Mathematics, 2010-present.

Title: On the splitting of local cohomology and its applications

Advisor: Prof. Nguyen Tu Cuong

Positions

  • 2007-present, Lecturer, Department of Mathematics FPT University

Visiting Positions

  • Meiji University, 11/2011.

Research Interests

Commutative Algebra – Local Cohomology Modules

Publications and Preprints

  1. P.H. Quy, On the finiteness of associated primes of local cohomology modules, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 138 (2010), 1965–1968.
  2. N.T. Cuong, P.H. Quy, A splitting theorem for local cohomology and its applications, J. Algebra 331 (2011) 512–522.
  3. P.H. Quy, A remark on the finiteness dimension,  Comm. Algebra, to appear.
  4. P.H. Quy, Asymptotic behaviour of good systems of parameters of sequentially generalized Cohen-Macaulay modules, submitted.
  5. N.T. Cuong, P.H. Quy, On the limit closure of a sequence of elements in local rings, preprint.
  6. P.H. Quy, F. Rohrer, Bad behaviour of injective modules, submitted.

Conferences

  • Dahito, Hue, 8/2009

“On the splitting of local cohomology and its applications

  • The 5th Japan-Vietnam joint seminar on Commutative Algebra, Hanoi, January 5-9, 2010.

“On the splitting of local cohomology and its applications

  • Dahito, Thai Nguyen, 11/2011

On some invariants of system of parameters of local rings

  • The 33rd symposium on Commutative Algebra, Nagoya, Japan, 07–10/11/2011.

Some results on the finiteness of local cohomology modules

  • The 7th Japan-Vietnam joint seminar on Commutative Algebra, Hanoi, 12–16/12/2011.

On the index of irreducibility of powers of an ideal

Other professional activities

Member of the Vietnam Mathematical Society

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