Takehiko Yasuda
I am a mathematician working for Department of Mathematics, Osaka University as an associate professor. My research area has been the algebraic geometry, the geometry studying shapes or spaces given by polynomial equations; namely, algebraic varieties in technical terms. In particular, singularities of such shapes have been my primary interests. In last years, I mainly worked on problems where the number theory and the singularity theory interplay. Now my interest inclines toward the Diophantine geometry.
Keywords
 singularities of algebraic varieties
 jets and arcs
 motivic and padic integration
 the McKay correspondence

rational points
 higher SempleNash blowups and Fblowups
 wild quotient singularities
 counting field extensions
Contact
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I signed on The Cost of Knowledge of Aug. 5, 2015. I would like to refrain from cooperating with Elsevier by publishing, refereeing or doing editorial work, except ones I had already agreed to do.
What's new
 Euler Getter can be now played on various surfaces. 2016/05/09
 added the Programming page. posted "Visualization of Frobenius maps". 2016/04/14
 updated the list of papers. 2016/04/14
 edited the top page. 2015/08/05
 put a new note "Open problems in the wild McKay correspondence" on the "Notes" page. 2015/06/09