Ming-chang Kang

National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Ming-chang Kang was born in 1948 at a small town in Taiwan. He got the B.A. degree in mathematics from National Taiwan University, Taipei (1971), the M.S. degree (1974) and the Ph.D. degree (1977), both in mathematics, from the University of Chicago. He is now a Professor in Department of Mathematics, National Taiwan University. His current research interests are Noether's problem in Galois theory, rationality problems in algebra and algebraic geometry, invariant theory, affine algebraic geometry, and related problems in commutative algebra, quadratic forms, Brauer groups, and so forth.

Biography Updated on 9 August 2012

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