Home Page of Piotr Pragacz

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Professor emeritus

Institute of Mathematics,  Polish Academy of Sciences
(in Polish: Instytut Matematyczny Polskiej Akademii Nauk) ( =  IM PAN)

postal address: ul. Śniadeckich 8, 00-656 Warszawa, Poland

tel.:
+48 22 5228 236
      fax: +48 22 6293997

e-mail: P.Pragacz@impan.pl







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     My editorial work in Fundamenta Mathematicae is now
    FINISHED,  so please submit your papers to other editors.



     
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IMPANGA
    
is an algebraic geometry seminar, created at IM PAN in 2000.
      Since 2020, I am Honorary Chairman of Impanga.

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       Accademia Peloritana dei Pericolanti in Messina, created in 1729,
       is one of the most remarkable Academies of the world.  Its
       Corresponding Member was, e.g., S.-S. Chern - my mathematical
       hero, and many others.
Since 2016, I am Corresponding Member of
   Accademia Peloritana dei Pericolanti


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   Conference IMPANGA 20   
    poster
 
   

    

     Forthcoming workshop at Ohio State University, May 4-7 2021
   
  https://sites.google.com/view/osu-degeneracy-loci-2021/home                                             
                                                                                                                  
      


       Here you can find my

       
     
   CV
    short CV

    list of publications

articles to download

talks

list of lectures

trips

notes

I am interested in formulas (mainly algebraic)
that give us interesting insights to geometry.

For the moment, I am interested in comparison of the Łojasiewicz
exponent and the order of tangency (see [74,75] on my list of publications).

My professional activity, since 2000, is related to IMPANGA
 - please click 
on the logo:


IMPANGA (Algebraic
                  Geometry at IM PAN)


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            


I am FINISHING  now my editorial work in:


Fundamenta Mathematicae


Serdica Mathematical Journal

IM PAN-Birkhauser's series "Monografie Matematyczne"


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Here you can download the articles from:

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Here you can find an errata to:

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Some of my recent activities:

In 2020:

March 05: Discussion with Tadeusz Mostowski at MIM UW on the Lojasiewicz exponent.

June 29: Report on Piotr Krasoń's professorship sent to Elżbieta Waśko.

July 28: Invitation from Gergely Berczi to Cambridge.

September 29: I got "Pointwise universal Gysin formulas and applications towards
Griffiths conjecture" by Simone Diverio and Filippo Fagioli.

September 30: Meeting with Director Łukasz Stettner et al. about algebraic geometry
at IM PAN.

October 1: Professor emeritus at IM PAN.


November 22: I got the e-book on Schubert calculus at Guangzhou 2017.

December 27: Invitation from Dave Anderson to the conference on degeneracy loci
at Ohio State University.


In 2021:
January 4: Resubmition of the paper on the Łojasiewicz exponent with Christophe Eyral
and Tadeusz Mostowski.

January 4: Changzheng Li sent me kindly the volume: "Schubert  Calculus
and Its Applications in Combinatorics and Representation Theory",  Springer 2020.

January 9: I got a paper from
Gioia Failla, to be checked before April 30.

April 12: A lecture at the Algebraic Geometry Seminar of the Jagiellonian University.

May 4-7: An online conference at OSU with a lecture.

July 11-17: IMPANGA 20

September 23-25:  Humboldt in Warsaw.


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At the end of the mathematical part of this homepage you can find "Humor in mathematics"
"Humor w matematyce" Konspekt Nr 1/2007 (28), 106-116 (in Polish)
(In the reference [Z], the last part of the webpage changed to: \quotes.html )


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The remaining part of my homepage is more private,
and is related mainly to art and nature:


No Art, No Life

 

~100 things which impressed me most (in Polish)

"Zaszafie" (in Polish)

Warsaw Philharmonic

Japanese Garden

Mini-gallery by Maria Ksyk (in Polish)

Maria Ksyk: painting and graphic art (in Polish)


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Lao Tsy "Droga":

Prawdziwą służbą Mędrca
Jest pracować w milczeniu,
Bo nie racje, lecz spełnienia
Są nauką tego, który
Wszystkim jednakowo służy.

Każdemu użycza, nie odrzucając nikogo,
Ożywia tysiące rzeczy, nie próbując ich posiadać,
A co pozostawia przechodząc,
Niczym go nie wiąże.

Chociaż wiele ma zasług,
nie przyjmuje wyróżnień.
Dlatego zawsze jest wyróżniony.

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Ester Ledecka   (Pyeongchang 2018)
This young Lady showed us how to compete
in sport, but the same applies to mathematics.
 
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Recordings


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Here is a couple of pictures:

With Alain Lascoux - my teacher (Nankai University, October 1999)


Kyoto (March 2011)

In Taizo-in

With Shigefumi Mori

With my daughter in Murin-an

With Shigeru Mukai

also:

On "Philosophers Path" (December 2008)

After my talk at RIMS with (from left) Matsuki, Mori and Mukai (April 2016)
 



With Friedrich Hirzebruch and Adam Parusiński (May 1998)

With Lagrange in Torino (October 2004) - picture by Letterio Gatto

With Ramanujan in Kumbakonam (March 2009)

In the house of Ramanujan in Kumbakonam (March 2009)

With Mariko and Mutsuo Oka (rainy June 2014)
        with Mariko      and also
 
A Tea house (October 2014)

With Shigeru Mukai (June 2016)

After my talk in Edinburgh with Michael Atiyah (November 2016)

Accademia Peloritana Messina (May 2017)      after a lecture   



About the front page: the picture there shows some detail of my garden. I share the opinion
of Hermann Fuerst von Pueckler-Muskau (1785-1871), who once said:
''Wer mich ganz kennenlernen will, muss meinen Garten kennen, denn  mein Garten ist mein  Herz."        

                                                                                                              
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