Paul Breiding

Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences
Inselstra├če 22 04103 Leipzig


About me

I am head of an Emmy-Noether Research Group at MPI MiS.
I am a fellow of the Junge Akademie Mainz.

My research is in nonlinear algebra.
(Don't know what this is? Take a look at our expository article.)

Participating in IPAM program

The IPAM long term program Tensor Methods and Emerging Applications to the Physical and Data Sciences has started. I am a core participant.

Workshop on Software and Applications of Numerical Nonlinear Algebra

Taylor Brysiewicz, Simon Telen, Sascha Timme and I are organizing a

    workshop on software and applications of numerical nonlinear algebra.

If you want to learn how to solve systems of polynomial equations efficiently, you should register.


The current version of our software HomotopyContinuation.jl is v.2.4.2

Pencil based algorithms are not stable

Carlos Beltran co-produced this video about one of our papers.

An Algebraic Geometry Perspective on Topological Data Analysis

I wrote a short survey for the January/February 2020 issue of SIAM News.

A brief history of mathematics

I recommend the podcast "A brief history of mathematics" by Prof. Marcus du Sautoy for BBC Radio.