### Professional Page for Daniel Katz

**Professional Interests**

I am a mathematics professor at the University of Kansas. I received
my PhD from the University of Texas at Austin in 1982 and have been
at KU since 1984.
My research interests lie primarily in the field of commutative algebra,
with tangential interests in homological algebra, algebraic geometry and
computational algebra. Among the topics I am interested in
are the asymptotic theory of ideals, multiplicity theory, Rees algebras
of ideals and modules and homological problems in
mixed characteristic. In particular, the study of multiplicities for ideals not primary for the maximal ideal in a local
ring and the study of symbolic powers of prime ideals have occupied much of my time over the last few years.

**Here are some links related to my professional activities :**

Vita

Publications

PhD Students

MathSciNet

Simons Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute

Commutative Algebra Archive

Commalg.org

American Mathematical Society

KU Mathematics Department