Suresh Venapally

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Suresh Venapally
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Suresh Venapally
Born 1966
Vangoor
Residence India
Citizenship Indian
Alma mater Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), University of Hyderabad
Awards Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award 2009

Suresh Venapally is an Indian mathematician known for his research work in algebra. He is a professor at Emory University.

Background[edit]

Suresh was born in Vangoor, AP, India and studied in ZPHS at Vangoor up to 9th standard. He did his M.Sc at University of Hyderabad. He joined Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in 1989 and got his PhD in under the guidance of Raman Parimala (1994). He later joined the faculty at University of Hyderabad.

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Selected publications[edit]

  • Zero-cycles on quadric fibrations: finiteness theorems and the cycle map, R Parimala & V Suresh, Invent. Math. 122 (1995), 83–117
  • Isotropy of quadratic forms over function fields in one variable over p-adic fields, R Parimala & V Suresh, Publ. de I.H.E.S. 88 (1998) 129–150
  • Bounding the symbol length in the Galois cohomology of function field of p-adic curves, to appear in Comm. Math. Helv
  • The u-invariant of the function fields on p-adic curves, R Parimala & V Suresh to appear in Annals of Mathematics[4]

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