Irina Ilioaea earned her PhD in Mathematics from Georgia State University in 2020 under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Florian Enescu. During her doctorate program, she pursued research in theoretical commutative algebra and computational algebra with applications to electrical engineering and computer science. She received the “Mathematics Achievement Award” in 2019 and the “Fred Massey Endowed Award” in 2018 from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Georgia State University for her research publications and teaching activity. Irina obtained her master’s degree in Algebra and her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from University of Bucharest in Romania.
My main research interests are in Commutative Algebra, Combinatorial Commutative Algebra and Computational Algebra. Currently, my research lies in tight closure theory and Frobenius complexity theory.
Interpolants in Finite Fields (with Utkarsh Gupta, Vikas Rao, Arpitha Srinath, Priyank Kalla and Florian Enescu), 26th IFIP/IEEE, International Conference on Very Large Scale Integration, VLSI-SOC, October, 2018 Craig Interpolants in Finite Fields using Algebraic Geometry: Theory and Applications (with Utkarsh Gupta, Priyank Kalla, Florian Enescu, Vikas Rao and Arpitha Srinath), International Workshop on Logic and Synthesis, June 2018 Finding Unsatisfiable Cores of a Set of Polynomials using the Grobner Basis Algorithm (with Xiaojun Sun, Priyank Kalla and Florian Enescu ), The 22nd International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming, France, 2016
Math 121L (Problem Solving Lab), Math 150 (Precalculus), Math 201 (Discrete Mathematics) and Math 407/607 (College Geometry)
Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:00am to 1:00pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:45pm to 3:45pm in Bronson Hall, Room 420 or via Zoom