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From Monday, 27 February 2017 to Friday, 10 March 2017

United States


Matthias Köppe (1976) is a German mathematician who has worked in the United States since 2008, where he holds a professorship at the University of California, Davis.  His research is in mathematical optimization and computational discrete mathematics. He has authored or co-authored 55 refereed articles, a textbook, and various mathematical software.  Since 2015, he has authored or co-authored over 50 contributions (“merged tickets”) into SageMath with a focus on optimization and polyhedral geometry.


I’m interested in building an interface to Polymake. I also plan to work on an implementation of polyhedra with real algebraic data, using Normaliz (specifically its new QNormaliz variant). The real algebraic numbers would either come from Sage (and would be wrapped using the numeric type from Pynac) or from a new real number fields library in C. I also would like to design and implement a library that helps with writing Python interfaces to C/C++ libraries That are parametrized for different sets of number types (plain Python, numPy, Sage).

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