Phone: +44 191 334 3096
Email: herbert.gangl (Please add "@durham.ac.uk".)
My work is concentrated around polylogarithms and variants thereof, in connection with algebraic K-theory, algebraic number theory and arithmetic algebraic geometry. The questions that I am interested in lead to a variety of rather disparate topics, comprising for instance the homology of the general linear group, configuration and moduli spaces, combinatorial Hopf algebras, multiple zeta values or (quasi-)modular forms and in recent years particle physics. A good chunk of my research has a computer-experimental flavour, using mostly the GP/PARI scripting language to try to detect patterns in piles of data, to find hitherto unknown objects or to formulate conjectures.
Groups in Galway (Workshop), May 2014
Université de Fribourg (Colloquium)
Workshop on "Multiple Zeta Values, Modular Forms and Elliptic Motives II", December 2014, ICMAT Madrid.
Workshop on "Cohomological Realizations of Motives", December 2014, Banff International Research Station.